JIRA vs Trello vs Asana vs TeamClerk vs … WordPress?

This comparison is different, coming from the point of view of a WordPress specialist.

JIRA vs Trello vs Asana vs TeamClerk vs WordPress: Conclusion

JIRA: Use it when working with a team on larger software projects, and if you’re utilizing things like scrum for managing your work.

Trello: Use it if you’re looking for a tool that you and your team can use for free, and that gives you ultimate freedom to manage your projects however you wish.

Asana: Use it if you expect your project management tool to introduce some structure into your workflow, and if you prefer list-based tools, rather than card-based.

TeamClerk: Use it to track your progress in real-time, and to get a good overview of a handful of projects running in parallel from the same dashboard.

Managing projects with WordPress + plugins: Not really.

Author = Karol K (codeinwp)

https://www.codeinwp.com/blog/jira-vs-trello-vs-asana-vs-teamclerk/

8 steps to a Definition of Done in Jira

DoD = Definition of Done = a clear and concise list of requirements that software must adhere to for the team to call it complete.

8 steps to a Definition of Done in Jira

  1. Create a DoD in Jira
  2. Break it down
  3. Make it Global
  4. Manage it over time
  5. (No 5)
  6. Make the product owner responsible and the team accountable
  7. Enforce it
  8. Create an acceptance criteria list in Jira

Author = Dave Meyer (Atlassian)

https://www.atlassian.com/blog/jira-software/8-steps-to-a-definition-of-done-in-jira