Product Backlog View
In the Product Backlog View you can prioritize epics, stories etc. and order these in releases and sprints. Unplanned items can be dragged in from the left pane.
Release and Sprint Main Pane
In the right pane you can view and add releases as shown below:
You can then create sprints within the releases.
You can drag items (epics, stories, issues etc) into a release or sprint. Use drag and drop to reorder items. If you want to remove an item from the release or sprint, right-click on the item and select “Remove from Release”.
Kanban is a lean method to manage and improve work across human systems. This approach aims to manage work by balancing demands with available capacity, and by improving the handling of system-level bottlenecks.
A Kanban lane can be created here and will appear right below the last Release lane. See Kanban lane for more details.
Indirectly Planned Cards
If you drag an epic to a release and the epic has unplanned child stories, these are indirectly planned to the release. But only the epic card (not its child cards) are visible in the release. This is to simplify the view.
The indirectly planned children are only shown in the left pane in the “Detailed Planning” mode described above. They are not shown in the left panes other lists with unplanned items.
If all the children of an epic or theme are planned to releases or sprints, then the parent item is indirectly planned to the last release containing one of its children.
You can see on the card icons, if it is planned to a release or sprint. If you open the modal window for a story or epic, you can see, to which release or sprint it is planned directly or indirectly.
A Preplanned list can be included in the Product Backlog in very much the same way as a Release.