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Axosoft lets users pretty much create custom dashboards any time they want to view only a specific part of the project data and information. You can choose which tabs to keep open and even how tasks are shown and what kind of data is shown for each task. This way you can see for example how much time is left in a sprint, or how much capacity the team has left to finish the project. See More
Axosoft can get pretty expensive pretty quickly for large teams and/or large projects. The cheapest tier allows for a maximum of five users and costs $20/month. However, for larger teams and larger projects it can easily go into the thousands of USD per month. See More
Tasks are divided into categories and each category can have one or more workflows which are followed by tasks belonging to that category until their completion. In other words, workflows are used to set each step tasks need to take in order to be completed. Axosoft lets users have extremely fine-grained control over workflows and by extension, the whole lifecycle of each task. Each step in a workflow can be named and you can choose which fields are updated when a step is complete. This way you can automatically tweak tasks as they progress (you can set tasks to belong to different users once a step is complete, you can even change workflows for a task if a certain step is taken). See More
Focalboard is free, open-source and self-hosted. See More
Free for up to 10 users and Open Source projects, cross-platform application. See More
Kanban boards. See More
It has an open-source version which is totally free and self-hosted available. It could be an alternative to Jira. It's a Scrum tool that implements scrum precisely. There are three main modules which are product, sprint, and test. The wiki library is powerful, so well as Report, you could get your resource details like hours, efforts of your developers, and workflow which is something like in Jira. We really love the three modules in zentao which clearly separate PO, dev, and testers that make them work in their own module but could collaborate at the same time. See More
Our team use the community version. It is sufficient with Git repositories integrated. My overall experience is excellent. I have used a few others in the past, but there is none that can compete with zentao. It is quite flexible and fitted really well with agile development work. Great report tool to help you analyze the project completion and nice burn down chart as well. See More