Burndown Chart is very useful for planning and working on projects.

Burndown Chart is very useful for planning and working on projects.

Burndown Chart tells some questions about the project like “How much you've completed” and “How many hours of work time required to complete the project” at a glance.

The chart will be automatically created for the issues with milestones. When the issues are completed, the chart will be updated automatically so you can see the latest progress all the time.

Display the status of progress with Ideal Line, Estimated Line and Actual Line

Display the status of progress with Ideal Line, Estimated Line and Actual Line

Backlog shows the estimated amount of work left until the next milestone with a line chart. Three lines, Ideal Line, Estimated Line and Actual Line, start from the left top and goes down to the right bottom.

The progress to the next milestone is clear by looking at the difference between Estimated Line and Actual Line.
When Actual Line is above Estimated Line, it means the issue is not progressing as it was planned. When the progress is way behind the plan, Backlog will put a flame icon.

The updated Estimated Hours will be shown in the pin icon.

Praising messages to bring up team's motivation.

Praising messages to bring up team's motivation.

When Actual Line is below Estimated Line, it means the task is going faster than it has been planned.Backlog will show a praising message to the most contributing member.

Backlog will show a praising message to the most contributing member.

Possible to deal and plan issues flexibly as the progress is clearly shown.

Possible to deal and plan issues flexibly as the progress is clearly shown.

Your questions, such as “How far we've done” and “When will we be able to finish”, are obvious in the Burndown Chart.

As you can check the progress at a glance, you can plan projects aggressively, or come up with a counter-measure beforehand.