Welcome to Clubhouse!
Simple, smart, scalable project management tools that you'll really love using! Clubhouse provides a number of views into your team’s work. To navigate around, you can use the sidebar menu.
If you are new to Clubhouse, the first thing you should do is set up your profile and your Workspace (if you are the Workspace administrator or owner). You can do this by clicking on the Settings gear in the upper-right hand corner of any page.
We encourage you to set up Two Factor Authentication (2FA) and to encourage all your teammates to do the same. You can see which users have it disabled by going to Settings > User Directory. The alert symbol indicates that 2FA has not yet been activated.
Here's information on how to login after you've enabled 2FA.
Clubhouse Building Blocks
Projects typically map to teams (such as Frontend, Backend, Mobile, Devops, etc) but can represent any open-ended product or initiative.You can click the large green Create Project button on the Projects page to create a new project. Learn more about Projects here.
An Epic is a collection of Stories that together make up a larger initiative that your organization is working on. Oftentimes an Epic can be a place for multiple Project teams to work together toward a shared goal. Learn how to create an Epic here.
The Epics page provides a zoomed out view of what’s going on across all of your epics. You can change the priority and state of epics by dragging them around. Epics can be archived once you’re done with them.
Stories are the standard unit of work in Clubhouse and represent individual features, bugs, and chores. You can click the large green Create Story button on the Dashboard, Teams, or Stories page to create a new story. More on adding Stories here.
On the Stories page, Stories are displayed in columns. You can change the priority and state of Stories by dragging them around. The background color denotes the type of Story. You can control the scope of what you’re looking at by selecting filters, Projects, Epics, and workflow state columns. These combinations can be saved as Spaces that you can quickly come back to later. More on Spaces here.