New backlog filtering in Agilo for Scrum
Lately, here at Agilo Software, we have been brainstorming a lot about Agilo for Scrum and some of its present and future features. In this blog post we would like to talk about one of the outcomes of this activity, which has been implemented and recently deployed in production: the new backlog filtering feature.
The ability of filtering the product backlog is not completely new, but what we have done was refactoring the filtering logic and the UI, so that filters could be applied in a more context-dependent fashion.
Now it's possible to filter independently the product backlog, both in the linear and detailed versions, and the sprint backlog as well.
Furthermore, if you change view leaving the filter enabled, it will be still active when coming back, unless explicitly cancelled.
Make sure you check our screencasts page where we have just included a new video showcasing the new backlog filtering
...and let us know what you think in the comments!
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