This type of Follow-Up will help you automate a health check, at the middle of each Sprint, so that you can identify whether the Sprint is going well or whether the deliveries are under risk.
- On a scale of 1-5, how confident are you that you will complete your tasks for this Sprint?
- On a scale of 1-5, how confident are you that the rest of the team will complete the tasks?
- Are we managing properly the Sprint and the priorities?
Configuring the Sprint Check-in on DailyBot
You can follow this best practice with your team:
- Login to DailyBot's dashboard
- As an administrator, go to Follow-Ups > Skill Settings > Custom Questions
- Create a new template, choose "Create from blank template"
- Input each question as defined in the previous section
- Name your template with something like "My Sprint check-in"
- Now go to Follow-Ups > Skill Settings > Create Follow-Up
- Choose the Sprint check-in template and assign the team that should complete the check-in
- Configure the frequency so that it matches with the middle of your sprint
- Enjoy of the fully automated Sprint check-in, now you'll see reports and managers don't have worry about asking about this all the time
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What is a Sprint?
A Sprint is one timeboxed iteration of a continuous development cycle. A Sprint is planned by the team, prioritizing and making sure that all the tasks and work that will be completed adds value to the product or business, and potentially it can be released to production during the same Sprint.
A new Sprint starts immediately after the conclusion of the previous Sprint. The duration of a Sprint is defined by the team, usually teams define a duration of up to 2-4 weeks.
The term Sprint was adopted in the meaning of a short race at full speed. The full team is focused on certain tasks and the goal is to finish all the tasks that were planned for that Sprint.