Play Planning Poker in Azure DevOps. Select work from an iteration, query, or your backlog, estimate the effort of those items with your team, and immediately update the work items.
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7/30/2021 - 2.3.0
- Moved extension to new home for future development.
8/28/2019 - 2.2.0
- Allow restricting selecting work items/commiting values to the creator of the session #43
7/3/2019 - 2.1.0
- Public release of Estimate 2
2/1/2019 - 2.0.0
- First beta release of the new Estimate version
11/3/2016 - 1.0.19
- Fixes backend connection problems.
4/5/2016 - 1.0.13
4/2/2016 - 1.0.11
- Bugfixes for projects created from CMMI template
3/27/2016 - 1.0.8
- Performance optimizations
- Non-numeric card selections are now indicated as a warning when being revealed:
- Improved support for Internet Explorer 11 when revealing cards
Estimate work items from your backlog...
Select any number of items on your backlog and start a new session from the context menu.
...or in an iteration
Estimate all work items in an iteration.
Work with your team in real-time
See immediately who has joined the session, who has selected a card, who has picked which estimate.
Update your work items as you go
Each estimation is saved to your work items as soon as you have estimated
Quick steps to get started
Starting a new session
- Start a new session from the backlog context menu or use the Estimate hub and select an iteration
- Share the generated link with your team members, so that they are able to join
- Once all members have joined, everyone picks a card
- After everyone has picked a card, click
Reveal to reveal everyone's estimate
- Select and commit the final estimate
- Move on to the next work item. Estimates are automatically saved to the work items.
After you are done, you can end the session.
Joining an existing session
There are two ways to join an existing session, use a direct link, or pick an existing session from the Estimate hub
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