Sprint goal is the main focus of a scrum team for the following working period. Usually a sprint goal is related to a sprint, or iteration, and signifies the most important item the team should focus working on.
In Team O'clock, a facilitator can set a sprint goal while in any of the supported meeting. Extending the three dots menu located on the top right corner of all meetings, the facilitator can see an option to Set Sprint Goal.
Clicking Set Sprint Goal, the facilitator can write the sprint goal and save. With a Sprint Goal set, all members joining any of the team meetings will see the goal on the top of the meeting page, right under the header bar.
Team O'clock supports scheduled meetings for all the meeting types supported, the daily standup, the retrospective, and the planning poker session. The schedule meeting options are available on the meeting wizard. The wizard is accessible from the ...
Setup meeting before starting
In cases where you want to pre-setup a meeting before inviting participants you can start a meeting in draft mode. Draft mode is available for all meetings. Draft mode is useful for: Populating with tasks a planning poker session for the team to ...
The planning poker meeting
In Team O'clock you can hold a planning poker meeting with your team to estimate tasks you will be working on. You can start a planning poker session either directly in a Team O'clock browser tab, or: In your team's Slack channel In your team's ...
The retrospective meeting
A retrospective can be used either by a team or any other group of people. The structure and form of this event will try to motivate all participants to contribute and engage. Checkout a tutorial video, read through the rest of the page for full ...
The daily standup meeting
Team O'clock standup meeting is designed for remote teams first, offering both an asynchronous way for team members to communicate, as well as a synchronous roundup for members that simultaneously join the standup. Checkout a tutorial video, read ...