Async Poker is a tool for estimating efforts of your product backlog in Jira in an asynchronous way for collocated, distributed or remote Agile teams. It increases the accuracy of estimations. It increases the accuracy of estimations.
Planning poker is a technique used to have a healthy discussion during sprint planning, it not only help to identify the problem by discussing deeply about the problem, it also enables team to reach to a comparative complexity which in turn provide a better estimate for the user story or issue in question.
Planning Poker is a team building activity for achieving group consensus. It is used by agile software development teams to estimate how long a certain amount of work will take to complete.
Planning poker, also called Scrum poker, is a consensus-based, gamified technique for estimating, mostly used to estimate effort or relative size of development goals in software development. In planning poker, members of the group make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud.
Invite your colleagues to your planning poker by sharing the room id, let them scan the QR code with their mobile or just send them the link.
Numbers on planning poker represent complexity of a task. You should not consider that a story with 8 as value is the double size in effort or time of a size 4 story for example. You could use as many different representations for these numbers as you want (like t-shirt sizes).
Explore how the popular Planning Poker technique, paired with story points, helps eliminate common estimating problems. Gain insights into predicting project completion using velocity and confidence intervals, including how to plan a fixed-date agile project.
Timing for Sprint Planning We timebox the Sprint Planning to a maximum of eight hours for a one-month Sprint. For shorter Sprints, the event is usually quicker. As a thumb rule, we can multiply the number of weeks in your Sprint by two hours to get your total Sprint planning meeting length.