Analyze Project Statuses instantly
TaskBlasts Overview Dashboard will allow you to give project status updates instantly for all your projects in one view.
No need to spend valuable time reviewing tasks and reports to build a picture, TaskBlast does this for you and compacts it into a simple visual tile.
Visual focus is directed to red tiles which are behind schedule so you can quickly get things back on track and ensure that deadline is met.
Manage all projects from one view
Once you identify that a project needs attention, you don't even need to leave this view. Just click on the square icon to open the sidebar to view more info about potential bottlenecks.
Click on any task to open in editor view so you can essentially manage all your projects from this one view without having to open each individual project kanban.
Automate tasks & save valuable time
Taskblast can identify possible bottlenecks in advance and automatically follow-up with the assigned users to request an update on your behalf. This makes TaskBlast proactive instead of reactive which can have a significant impact on your projects because it acts immediately ensuring issues are dealt with quickly.
You can configure it to automate many scenarios such as due tomorrow, overdue, marked as a blocker and much more. (This feature is expected to be ready end of October 2017)
Are you ready to cut your workload in half
Reduce Onboarding Time
We believe the focus should be on the work, not using the software. This meant stripping out all the bells and whistles so that anyone can start using it right away without any training.
Any configuration that needs to be done can be done directly from the Kanban view and all features are intuitive and easy to use. The result is a simple and intuitive solution that requires no onboarding.
Agile focus helps productivity
If your team uses an agile methodology then TaskBlast has the tools to help you implement agile successfully. Backlog, Milestones, Scrum/Sprints/Scrumban, Work in progress limits, Velocity and more.
We are also actively working on two new features to help manage your daily stand-ups and also a sprint review feature. We don't impose anything on you. If you want to use a hybrid version of agile or don't want to use agile at all then TaskBlast can work equally as well.
Do repetitive task quickly and simply
We often find ourselves doing the same things over and over again. If your updating the priorities nobody wants to have to click 10 times to find it or open each individual issue to set it.
That was a frustration we found with other solutions which we solved with TaskBlast and now all the common attributes are available with one click directly from the Kanban view making your experience a better and more efficient one.
See all your task in one view
The Schedule > My Tasks view shows all your tasks in one view and removes all the clutter to let you focus on what you need to do.
To plan your workload simply drag your tasks to lanes such as today, tomorrow, next week etc. As time passes your tasks will automatically move to the relevant lane. For example if you moved some tasks to next week, once Monday comes around those tasks automatically move to the this week lane.
Give your team the tools they deserve
Slack integration is quick and easy to setup. Once you sync you can choose a chat group to sync to a project. This will create a two way sync so that anything you post on Slack is available in TaskBlast and anything you post on TaskBlast is instantly available on Slack.
This is just another way that helps you avoid duplication of data along with helping to keep things centrally stored.
Source Control Feed
With Bitbucket and Github you can link any repository and branch to a project. This will allow you to get a feed of all the recent checkins to that branch.
You can quickly switch between branches once linked and this will save you having to review emails or login to BitBucket/GitHub to see what the latest checkins were. Finally, once you include the TaskBlast task number at the start of a commit it will automatically link the commit to that task and show the commit information in the task.
TaskBlast analyzes each individual developer across the last 5 projects. It then uses that information, looks at the estimates for all tasks in a sprint or a project and it gives you an adjusted total estimates hours.
For example, if a developer took twice as long on average to complete a task over the last 5 projects, it would automatically double his estimates for the current project. This should allow you to accurately estimate your velocity and finish date.