Agemba Help

Welcome to Agemba

Agemba’s tools provide a top-down overview of your agile projects, guiding you through the entire process from high-level draft planning to the refinement of smaller, manageable tasks for tactical execution.

If you have any questions or need for support, please feel free to submit it as feedback to the Agemba support team.

The Storymap Tree (Read More)

Most data entities in Agemba are organised in the Storymap Tree. The tree structure makes it possible to start from the top and add more fine-grained details later in the process.

Different Perspectives

Agemba has different views that present the same data to be used for different user perspectives.

One perspective is the product way to look at data. “Which functionalities do we want to include and what are the user stories for these?” 
For this perspective, the Storymap or Outline views are ideal.

Another perspective is to focus on timelines and activities. “How do we reach our goals and in which order?”
For which the Roadmap or Outline views are ideal.

How to get started?

  1. Get to know the Main Menu (Read More).
  2. Create Circles  (aka projects) and relations between Circles (Read  More).
  3. Create Teams (Read More) and add Users (Read More).
  4. Initiate the high-level planning in Roadmap (Read More).
  5. Break down your project in the Storymap and work with refining user stories (Read More).
  6. Planning of Releases and Sprints in Product Backlog (Read More).

Product Backlog vs. Storymap Tree

In Agemba all data is organised in the Storymap Tree. This gives you the possibility to input user stories at different levels in the Storymap and Outline views.

In Scrum terminology, the Product Backlog is an ordered list of everything that is known to be needed in the product. Product Backlog refinement is the act of adding detail, estimates, and order to items in the Product Backlog.

In Agemba you can refine and add details in different views (Storymap, Outline etc.). In all views you can open a modal window for an entity (epic etc.) by double-clicking on an item. In the entity’s modal window, you can enter the user story and set value and effort estimates. If the entity can have children, you can add these.