Integration and Plugins

SwiftKanban is a true Kanban tool that also supports Scrum processes with an integrated set of Scrum features and metrics – to make an evolutionary change to your processes. SwiftKanban’s Scrum features can give your team full support through your transition from Scrum to Scrumban and/ or Kanban!

The Scrum features in SwiftKanban can be implemented by enabling the plug-ins on request. There are also other plug-ins that can be enabled based on your preference:

Listed below are the Plug-ins made available as of now:

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  • Release Planning:Using this feature, you can plan your releases perfectly and also determine the Release capacity and the release progress with the built-in visual indicators. If you have created your product backlogs for which story points are estimated, just drag and drop the cards in the release, and even rescope the release. Read More...

  • Iteration Planing:It is easy and quick to break down a release into several iterations with the intuitive drag-n-drop interface. The Iteration capacity and progress can be visually tracked as it progresses and also rolled up to the release progress, where again the visual indicators are based on these iterations. Read More..

  • Time Tracking: The Time-tracking plug-in helps you to capture the actuals and remaining effort for the To-Dos being executed by the team members. You can track the progress of the releases in the Burndown/Burn-up charts, which are generated based on the actuals and remaining Effort logged against the To-Dos in the cards. Read More...




Card hierarchy
SwiftKanban provides the Card Hierarchy feature for easier Portfolio/ Enterprise Kanban. You can set up and manage flexible multi-board hierarchies for a variety of portfolio, program, and multi-team scenarios!

After you have got the plug-ins/features enabled and have started using them, do send us your feedback and suggestions at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . You may even post them on the SwiftKanban Community page.