Scrum Sprint Planning Template

Help your Scrum team to plan, execute, track and report progress with our visual template.

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Choose a template from our pool of ready-to-use templates.

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Customize It

Add your action items, reorder based on priority and create a tailored plan to fit your needs.

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Execute Your Plan

Assign team members to each action item and monitor your plan's progress at every stage.

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Scrum Planning Template

Simplify your Scrum sprints

As a scrum master, it can be difficult, when you have an inbox full of developer queries, alpha & beta testing responses, and feedback from your customers, to remember that the ultimate goal is to ship better software. Fortunately for you, this scrum sprint planning template is precisely what you need to plan, track, and manage your sprints without becoming distracted by the details of each and every feature, bug, or task.

Use one of the many inbuilt automations, and you can do things such as set alerts for you to contact your developers about any roadblocks they may be facing before it becomes a last-minute issue. Integrate the template with your existing tools. For instance, link to Slack and set up your template to alert the team, through a specific Slack channel, when the status of an item is updated.

What are the benefits of using this template?

  • Remain flexible:
    If your team composition should change between sprints or even mid-sprint, it is easy to establish a new velocity with new reference product backlog items and an adjustment of your story points without impacting the existing template content.
  • Retain information:
    The template provides you with the facility to plan and track each sprint while maintaining the details of the previous iteration. This allows you and your team to see how each sprint builds upon the last and give a view of the progress being made over the long-term.
  • Carry forward:
    Easily move an unfinished product backlog item from the last sprint to the next without having to re-enter data, re-allocate team members, or lose valuable background information.