Make your standup calls more effective, data-driven, and short - saving time for everyone on the call. If you can save 15 mins of your standup call with a team of 8, that’s the bandwidth of an extra full resource to build your next big thing.
This screen gives you a bird’s eye view of all the activity by your team, allowing you to see any traces of burnout or disproportionate workloads, anticipate risks like disengagement signals, by the amount of activity done, and see patterns based on previous weeks.
Metrics and what they mean
- Active days/active engineer is a good metric to see how many days per week your team is actively engaged in commits or PR-related activities. Engineers without any activity are excluded from this metric and shown separately.
- Avg commits per day is a metric that shows the trend and patterns in workload.
- Engineers with no activity can clearly show if any engineers are working on non-programming activities like design, architecture, or off from work for that duration.
You can use data on this screen to:
- Make your stand up calls more effective by seeing what happened already, rather than asking the team during the call
- Make your retros more data driven by identifying patterns like burnout, idle time waiting for requirements or QA reports
- Monitor your average commits per week to get a sense of trends
- Monitor active engineer days to identify their flow zones and peak days