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Planning poker

We are running Sprints. I meet with the Product Owner and CTO to set the priority of tasks in the Backlog. We are running 1 week Sprints. The team has asked to get a view of upcoming priorities prior to planning so they can review requirements. As part of this process we also want to vote on story points ahead of the planning session to help speed things up a bit. 

I thought of setting up a table in Confluence with a link to each issue and a column for each team member to enter their vote. However, I don't see any way to set this up in a template so I don't have to pull in each issue separately.

I can use the filter macro but that just gives a list with no way to really separate each item to get individual votes. Any suggestions?

And, no, we don't have the budget right now for one of the planning poker apps.

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There should be a separate group of people who deal only with hardware and software. Their task is to ensure maximum security of online betting. Since the syndicates make bets in different offices, the IP addresses of the participants mustn't coincide. It is necessary to create the illusion that individuals make transactions, not a group of players. The practical implementation of this project rests on the shoulders of the IT staff. We use wild card city bonuses for betting, but the software is unlikely to be shared with you.

@Ron Sanga, I understand where you are coming from. I have been there when you say:

And, no, we don't have the budget right now for one of the planning poker apps.

Here is an example of how one minute saved on a planning meeting - where a total of 200 development- org members take part regularly -> adds up to + $14000 / year saved

And in this example, the number "one minute saved" is arbitrary. With a proper tool, you can save much more than that - having compared tools on the market. 

My point is that there are two sides to "no budget for tools".

There is a cost to having "no budget" as the team will spend more time. And obviously, the saved time by using a good tool must outweigh the cost.

So if you decide to look into options, be careful in selecting a tool that saves time compared to alternatives.

In this situation, you can use any poker applications that will allow you to create the tournament and will save you an additional amount of money and budget. You can find these poker rooms at online poker sites on online casinos. To make it easier for you, visit this site with a wide range of online casinos and poker sites, so you will be able to choose the proper service to make your own poker tournament with your friends. Have a great day!

EanBerg I'm New Here Dec 12, 2022

I think you can solve this problem with a technical director and a web developer. It would help if you still created a table in confluence with a link to each issue and a column for each team member to enter their vote. This way, you will optimize the process and not waste many resources. I saw this approach from the developers while actively playing poker online.

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Anton _Tech-5_ Marketplace Partner May 05, 2022

Hi @Ron Sanga

Why don't you try our free Poker app? No budget required :)

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