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Published on February 16th, 2013 | by Sergiu


Take control of your backlog with OnTime

OnTime Scrum is feature-packed, blazingly fast, easy to use, affordable, and built on HTML5 technology. Manage your dev team’s backlog, sprints and bug tracking—and you can manage unlimited projects. You’ll love the management dashboard, planning board, and burndown charts.

You can think of the visual OnTime Dashboard as your reward for tracking and managing your backlogs, releases, estimates, work logs, and other important development data. In real-time and with no additional overhead, the OnTime Dashboard interprets that data and provides you with meaningful information.


With a small one-time setup investment, you can configure an environment that fits your team like a glove: your terminology, your workflow. Also, Input templates that only show the fields you use, custom fields to collect the data you need, and saved views that you can keep private or share with the rest of your team.


Sometimes, it’s when you’re on the go that you need OnTime most. Whether you use an iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile, an iPad, or another tablet you’ve got OnTime at your fingertips.

OnTime is mobile. No application needed just log in to your OnTime account through your mobile browser like you normally would on your desktop. It’s seriously that simple



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19 Responses to Take control of your backlog with OnTime

  1. happyha31 says:

    Build an argument for creating an agile police department rather than a bureaucratic one.

  2. Jose B says:

    I want to get faster/ more agile for football. I’m decently fast, however, i’m not very agile, and i don’t have very quick first couple steps. I want to play reciever and safety this year, so i’ll have to be faster. I’d appreciate any tips, ideas, and/or suggestions on how to improve my speed and agility

  3. gail C says:

    My high-school wants to put together a play and our choice was Picasso at the Lapin Agile. Problem is that we have approximately 2 months to put it together. We also have to edit the script to make it more appropriate. For those who have done the play, do you think it’s possible to do it in 2 months? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

  4. davemc74656 says:

    Is the Spiral Model a form of Agile Software Development? If so please explain and if not please give reasons. I have looked this up on the internet but find the explanations given on a few websites a little hard to understand. Most also specify that the Agile and Spiral or Iterative Model are two different methodologies…is this correct?

  5. Jerosh Nagulachandran says:

    i want to train myself to be more agile, and to have bounce in my step, or be light footed… i already am a little, but i want to know how to increase agility? and how to be light footed all of the time? thanks!

  6. kiltakblog says:

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of Agile Software Development?

    Thank you!

  7. Franklin Bluth says:

    I guess it all comes down to your personal opinion, but that’s fine with me. Right now I have a 2007 Ducati Monster 695 and I really like how light-weight and agile it is, but the mileage is pretty bad. I like the looks of the BMW f800r, but I’m not sure of it as a touring bike.

  8. nmlpc says:

    ???Compare Object-Oriented Programming to Agile Programming and how they enhance the development process.??? (2500-3000 words)

    I am struggling to find any materials that help me to directly compare the two, can anyone suggest any useful sites or articles that would help.

    Also, in this context would you say there is a big difference between Programming, Design and Modelling, these terms seem to be used interchangably but do they really mean different things?

  9. Marlon P says:

    i have an epiphone les paul special and im thinking about trading it for an Agile 2500 Ovation Celebrity so im wondering if the ovation is better

  10. Elijah luv says:

    I am in the C class races, but cannot find a car that is able to be used in the “light and agile” class race.

  11. steve says:

    I am currently managing a few software offshore outsourcing projects, and am the webmaster of I love to employ the agile methodology, it is especially fitting as my customers love to change their minds on the requirements.

    However, when offshoring, you usually receive fixed-price proposals, for the entire project scope. I would like to know how other managers outsource agile software development. For example, what does the payment breakdown look like? Do you pay for each increment, and if so, how do you avoid the project becoming too costly?

  12. Joe M says:

    Leopards are famous for their ability to climb trees, often with heavy prey in their mouths. But mountain lions are known to leap thirty feet in a single lunge. Any opinions as to which is the more agile big cat?

  13. floydian8717 says:

    I have a sprint mogul and cant decide whether i should purchase Agile Mobile or IM+ for my instant messenger service. Although agile mobile is more expensive which of the two should i go with? Thanks in advance!
    thanks adam, is there one for yahoo messenger as well?

  14. Smashing Pumpkins says:

    What is the bottleneck of your Agile project management tool, if any? There’s a lot of advertising buzz around Agile PM software but I would like to know if there are pains and difficulties with them

  15. Matt says:

    I’m 11 years old. I’m pretty fast. I can run 17 mph but I need to be more agile. I know that I have a lot of agility but I want to become more agile. I want to have quicker jukes and quicker cuts for football and get better crossovers for basketball. What are some good exercises I can do to become more agile?

  16. Kristian says:

    a buddy of mine has 2 guitars hes selling as he has to many and doesnt play them

    the 2 i am looking at are an older white epiphoneles paul style standard ( base model of les pauls) signed by the band the calling..they did the song where ever you may hit wonder group

    and a white agile ghost guitar, this one looks flashier and apparently both have good reviews, and hes asking 90 for the agile and 95 for the epiphone…which one would be a better guitar? for playing…reviews etc
    the epiphone signed by the calling doesnt have proof just he had it signed at a show back in 2004

  17. krow147 says:

    Is agile messenger a reliable chat client for mobiles?

  18. Jason M says:

    Could it have leapt onto the back of a Triceratops? Why not? It had large muscular legs? If it couldn’t then what would the size limit be for a carnivorous dinosaur to be able to do this?

  19. Arminator says:

    Does the duration of each sprints is constant for a project in agile development methodology?

    I am working on a project. We have divided the project into 3 sprints. The duration of each sprint is somewhat different. One sprint is 25 days, other one is 22 days and last one is 30 days.

    I am confused whether all the sprints should have same timeframe?

    Thanks for answering :-)

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