The Projects Page

Projects in Clubhouse

Projects typically map to teams (such as Frontend, Backend, Mobile, Devops, etc) but can represent any open-ended product, component, or initiative. 

The Projects Page provides you with an overview of all your projects, the number of Stories they can contain, and the number of points they represent (if you are using estimation points). You can access the Projects Page by selecting Projects in the Clubhouse sidebar menu.
The Projects button in the Clubhouse sidebar

From this page you can locate the Project's ID number, follow the Project yourself, and set its color. You can also delete a Project provided that all stories have been moved out of it.

The Project Card on the Projects Page

To see all the Project's Stories on the Stories board, you can click the magnifying glass icon to be transferred to a Project-specific filtered view on the Stories page. When you drop into the Stories page from the Project , it creates a permalink that you can view in the navigation bar of your browser and share with other teammates. You can also save this view as a Space.

More on Spaces here

The Individual Project Page

Screen_Shot_2018-03-22_at_1.12.58_pm.pngVisiting an individual Project's page, offers a table of all Stories in the Project as well as a breakdown of story types and information on recent updates.

From this page you can also edit the Project, add additional followers, archive the Project, and change the Project description or abbreviation (used on Story cards). You can also use the "Filter Stories" as a search tool to surface specific Stories within the Project. 

The Project also includes a reports tab that features a Reports section to track the Project team's average velocity over the last three months of iterations. (More on defining Iterations here.) 

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