Create guardrails for your team's work in progress
Create and share custom report dashboards
Improve searching for or filtering data
Better reflect the way your organization set up workflows
Presentation View, Custom Quarters, Save Exported Image
Team-to-Workflow, Enhanced Overview Page, Saved views and filters
Enhanced Report filters and remove weekends from reporting
Status Fields, Progress Dashboard, and Custom Views
Connect development work in back to your product strategy
Organize Clubhouse around your teams
Time Spent in Workflow State & Created vs Completed Charts
Plan and present your high-level work visually
Leverage Google Sheets for real-time insights and charts
Get early access to our latest and greatest features
05 April, 2021
Updates to Roadmap are being shipped on a rapid and ongoing basis. Here are the new features we shipped for Roadmap in April:
24 March, 2021
Our new "Teams" feature makes teams a first-class citizen of Clubhouse, just like they are within your organization. Teams have people, they own work and they have a process to complete that work. As such, Teams in Clubhouse contains Users, own Stories and Epics, and can run Iterations. By providing this thread between people, their work, and their process, Teams provides a foundation to organize around within Clubhouse.
Our first release unlocks the following functionality:
This will immediately help you:
Read more over about Teams and the vision at the blog.
16 March, 2021
The addition of Milestones next to Epics in the Roadmap makes it even easier to map short-term efforts to long-term business goals. Clean visualization keeps your team ahead of blockers, plan the best course of execution, and manage expectations with an easily digestible big picture view of everything going on.
Here's everything that's new with the Roadmap:
Clubhouse's newest reporting tool is our Iteration Velocity Chart. This chart enables you to track and understand your team's historical average output across Iterations and Sprints, helping you better estimate team capacity. You can also slice and dice this data by Story Type because you may not want to track your Bug work on the same level as your Feature. But, then again, you might want that, which is why we show all Story types together by default.
The chart shows how much work was completed in each past Iteration as well as the running average across multiple or all Iterations. These insights provide you with better information when making, as well as the ability to see the impact of changes on shipping velocity as your team grows and takes on new initiatives.
The latest update to the Clubhouse API V3 enables users to update a Story's external links and to also find all Stories associated with a given external link. Her's what's new?
We released a set of charts and reporting enhancements as part of Clubhouse Labs that will help you measure performance and make better, data-driven decisions.
What are these charts and enhancements?
You can activate these features in your Clubhouse Labs settings. Clubhouse Labs is available to organizations that are on a Standard Plan or higher. Read all about it here.
Clubhouse Labs provides anyone with a Standard Plan or higher early access to new Clubhouse features before they're broadly released. These features are polished and fully-supported, but are also still in development, which means your feedback can and will help shape what they become (or don't become).
Clubhouse Labs is available right now. What's in the Lab today?
Visualize your work on a timeline to easily communicate upcoming plans and ongoing progress. The Roadmap is automatically filled in with your org's Epics, displaying them by start and end date, and sorting them by priority. Read more at our blog.
Google Sheets Integration:
Connect your Story data to a Google Sheet for custom analysis. Once set up, any updates that happen in your Clubhouse Workspace will dynamically update to a connected Google Sheet.
We've updated the Burndown Chart to provide you with more insightful information at a glance! In addition to the Ideal Stories Remaining and Actual Stories Remaining lines, you'll now see bars for Stories Completed, Stories Added, and Stories Removed. Learn more about Burndown Charts here.
The workflow between GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, and Clubhouse is now stronger than ever. Set up customizable GitHelpers, take advantage of open work auto-detection, utilize Draft PR support, and even more! Learn what's new in the blog post.
Emoji Reactions in your Activity Feed!
When someone reacts to a comment in a Story you follow, it will show up in your Activity Feed.
Try out the new Navigation design (beta). Enable the new design in your Settings.
The Story dialog now shows the completed/total Task count, in the new and old navigation.
The new Story card design in the new Navigation (beta) will have completed and total Tasks represented on the Story card.
Customize your Git Helpers
We've added the ability to customize your default branch format in the Git Helpers dialog. Mix and match different attributes, or use dashes instead of slashes to work better with your CI tool. This new setting applies to all Users and VCS providers in your Workspace.
Learn more about customizing the Git Helper branch format here.
Table Markdown Helper! Now it's faster and easier to create tables in any markdown field in Clubhouse.
Dark Mode for Clubhouse Mobile (iOS and Android) is now available.
Organize and filter your team's work faster by assigning Groups to Iterations
With this new Group functionality, you can assign Iterations directly to Groups, allowing your team to organize and filter work by those specific teams and squads.
Modify Workflow States in the Cycle and Lead Time
Customize Start and End Workflow States in the Cycle and Lead Time Chart to better fit the way your team works. These tailored metrics can help you make more data-driven decisions around performance and identify areas for optimization.
We've done some behind-the-scenes work to update our GitHub integration. You will not notice any immediate difference to your current integration; all features you're accustomed to will stay the same. However, this new integration will allow us to build more features to bring you more joy.
Migration to the new integration is required and is not automatic. The old version will deprecate on May 1st.
Authorize your integration on the GitHub Integration Page.
Add to Story icons now have labels on the Story card dialog.
Tasks are back in their own section on the Story card dialog.
Relationship types dropdown is now listed as tabs to save you a click on the Story card dialog.
Attach files -> URL" is being removed (in favor of External Links) on the Story card dialog.
Update existing Story Relationships.
Access a handy list of 50 of your most Recently Viewed Stories and Epics.
Create a Group in Workspace Settings. Note: Members of your Workspace are allowed to belong to multiple Groups.
Group @mentions send an email and in-app notification to all users who belong to that given Group.
Execute commands with the Action Bar.
Group by Iteration on the Reports page.
Group by day, week, and month on Reports page.
Story name column after Story ID in table views, to see relevant information quickly in narrow displays.
Apply date range selection immediately when navigating to Reports page the first time.
GitHub issues and pull requests are recognized when they are added as external tickets to a Story.
Tooltip highlighting shift-click shortcut in Stories page.
Tooltip highlighting shift-click shortcut to start editing Story description.
Unfurl Story comment in Slack.
Render link to comment in Story badge.
Render link to Epic as styled badge.
Streamlined Story card design
Clubhouse Training Platform to educate Users (available in the in-app Help menu)
Sample Workspace to illustrate how to best leverage Clubhouse for a growing software team (available in the in-app Help Menu)
New section headers in Epic page, Iteration page, Project page, Milestone page, and Label page.
Consistent Story icon throughout Clubhouse, including Epic page sidebar, Search dropdown, Epic card, and Project page sidebar.
Email notification for Iteration change on Story.
Collapsible sections in Stories page sidebar.
Iteration name in Story card.
Move view control to the right on Status page to manage clutter.
Color and spacing on Iterations page consistent with rest of Clubhouse.
View number of unestimated Stories on Reports page.
Duplicating Story includes Iteration field.
Filter by Story name in Iteration page.
Link to Epics in group by sections in Iteration page.
Link to Projects in group by sections in Iteration page.
Move group by control to the right on Epic page to manage clutter.
More intuitive blocking and blocked by icons.
Infinite scrolling and skeleton loading for more performant Iterations page.
Consistent hide archived button checkbox throughout Clubhouse.
Differentiated Iteration Done icon to help blue-green color blind users.
More readable velocity chart on Reports page.
Use Iterations immediately after enabling, without browser refresh.
Choose Story count or points on Reports page velocity chart.
Consistent styling of Epics filters in Stories page sidebar.
Frontend optimizations on Iteration page for more performant real-time updates.
Navigate to Iteration after creating it.
Revised Reports page layout for more efficient use of space.
Headline metrics on Reports page.
Usability tweaks to date inputs during Iteration creation.
Consistent ordering of Iterations in Stories page filter.
Consistent ordering of Iterations in Story dialog dropdown.
Blocked Story notification in your Activity Feed
Now when you follow a blocked story, you'll get notified in the Activity Feed when the blocked Story gets completed.