Here are a list of screenshots demonstrating the interface to AgileTrack. The tool is meant to handle some of the needs of extreme programming and agile development teams. The view below is quickly toggled through a system tray icon, and when visible, it is always on top. The view is intended to be frameless, as shown below, but can be framed for positioning reasons. The optimal position is in the corner of the screen, near the system tray, and out of the way of main application work areas so that it can be visible while working on tasks when necessary.


Create Story/Task

When an idea comes for a story/task, or a bug is found, if it is not recorded quickly it might be forgotten. In AgileTrack, creating tasks is meant to be as simple as possible.

Screenshot of creating story/task

View Story/Task

An open story or task has a variety of classification options that can be specified when viewing it. Sub-tasks and comments can be added to individual issues from this view.

Screenshot of viewing/editing story/task

Story/Task/Bug List

The task list has various quick filtering options for customizing the list of tasks being viewed. Different tree views are available for navigating the relationships between users, projects, iterations, and tasks. The table summarizes the details, and is the primary interface for selecting stories/tasks to open for viewing and editing.

Screenshot of story/task list


Custom queries can be created and executed from this view. Favorite queries can be saved and made available from the main task list.

Screenshot of story/task search view


Project, product, and component records are available for classifying tasks and stories. Projects can have a priority and status, as well as time estimate and due date. They can be assigned to parent projects in order to create a hierarchical relationship.

Screenshot of project view


Iterations can be managed in AgileTrack through the simple interface. Iterations can be named and be easily assigned a date range through the simple iteration view shown.

Screenshot of iteration view


Releases records can be defined for use with iteration planning. Releases pertain to projects. As iterations are associated with releases, it becomes simple to track which stories have been completed in particular releases.

Screenshot of release view


Information about users in the system is configured from the Users tab. Contact information can be stored, passwords set, and user rights can be configured here.

Screenshot of user view