What tool do you use to manage your product backlog?

What Scrum or Agile tool do you use to manage your product backlog? I prefer a physical task board and I find that they offer a level of interaction that cannot be matched by electronic tools.

I know many people use electronic tools so here’s your opportunity to have your say … what product backlog tool do you use?

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4 Responses to What tool do you use to manage your product backlog?

  1. Man Cabatu March 12, 2012 at 2:07 pm #

    The superior man understands what’s right; the inferior man understands after that sell.
    When there is whatever a man are able to do well, I believe that allow him to get it done. Provide him with an opportunity.

  2. Brett August 10, 2011 at 6:58 pm #

    I think that if you asked what tools people used for *sprint* backlog, you would get a rather different answer, though.

    • Kane August 10, 2011 at 7:08 pm #

      Hi Brett, Great point, you’re absolutely right. I didn’t even think of this. Perhaps that should be a followup question in a couple of months time. Thanks for point this out.

  3. Nathan August 10, 2011 at 2:40 pm #

    Hi Kane,

    We have used a few over the years including Acunote, Rally and have now settled on Pivotal Tracker. None of them are perfect, but Pivotal is, for us, a reasonable compromise between functionality and usabillity. But any of these tools are only part of the picture and we have physical taskboards were the collaboration actually happens.


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