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Manage all your projects in agile methodologies in the simplest and most practical way

Without unnecessary functionality, but with the power to handle your most demanding Scrum or Kanban projects

Create your project in 3 simple steps

Make project management simple and intuitive for both small work teams and more complex organizations. Control every detail: the health of the company in general, the status of a particular project, the following deliveries to be made, the workload per user, the allocation of hours and much more.

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Optimized for managing agile projects

Finally, a tool that makes it easy to handle iterations for your projects in SCRUM.

You can load as many iterations as the project takes and distribute the load of product backlogs among them. Also, the tree of iterations is multilevel; You can divide the project into phases and stages.

Control the status of a project

Dashboard with valuable information on the most important aspects of the project status: degree of progress, deviations, percentage of tasks by state and work group, productivity, etc.

Follow-up assignments

Check the data you need at all times.

Use the task’s own indicators, alarms, variable labels, the ability to follow a task, enter comments, upload files or see the historical evolution, to always keep control of each project task. Using the different views available (by user, by state or by group) and advanced task filters, you can focus your attention on those tasks where it is really necessary.


You have an inbox where you will find all the tasks that are under your responsibility, no matter what account or project they belong to, so that your daily work is simplified

More than 5000 users have already used MyTaskPanel to manage their projects.
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✓ 5 users
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✓ Unlimited projects
✓ Backlogs and unlimited Tasks
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With everything the FREE Plan includes plus:
✓ 15 users
✓ Unlimited accounts (workspaces)
✓ Unlimited iterations
✓ 10 GB of internal storage
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​✓ SLA available that guarantees a 7x24 service and priority support in case of any eventuality


Frequently Asked Question

An account or workspace, in MyTaskPanel, is an entity which function is to group all the projects under that title or denomination and invite users to work on that team.After signing in MyTaskPanel, the first thing you have to do is to create an account by clicking on the card shown in the image. You must enter a name for that account, a description (optional) and decide if the access to its projects will be public (all members of the organization can access) or private (only the members that you invite will have access).
The next step, after creating an account, is to invite the people that will participate in one or more projects. There is more than one way to do this.
The first one consists in editing the account (if it has a private access). Do the following to achieve this:
  1. Edit the Account which you want to give access to.
  2. In the Members tab, you can see the invited users who have access, the guests who have not yet accepted your invitation and,
  3. by pressign the + sign you can enter, separated by commas, the emails of all those users you wish to invite and the type of access you will grant them.
If you want to invite your company users to join the MyTaskPanel team, but not to a particular account, you can do the following:
  1. Go to the Users module.
  2. Press the button to Invite Users.
  3. A window will appear to enter all the emails, separated by commas, from the people you wish to invite, and the type of access you will grant them.
Once you create an account or workspace and invite the users who will have access to it, you must creat a Project. In order to do this, perform the following steps:
  1. Select the Account on which you want to create the project.
  2. Press on the card to create a New Project.
  3. You must give the project a name, a description (optional) and, most importantly, decide between creating a simple create a simple Kanban board to manage task cards based on the capacity of your team (very useful when it comes to maintenance projects or very limited in scope and complexity ones) or a project with agile methodologies such as SCRUM (containing iterations, functionalities and tasks).
This will depend on the type of project you have chosen:
  • Kanban board
  • Agile project
Kanban board
It consists of a simple but complete list of each and every one of the tasks to be carried out in a specific project, which you can manage using a Kanban board . It is very useful when you are in a stage of maintenance, deployment or something punctual and limited in time.
For further information, go to the “Kanban board” section in this tutorial.
Agile Project
In the case of having the need of managing a project in stages (especially in agile methodologies such as SCRUM, although it could be adapted to other life cycles), this choice is appropriate. You can divide the project into iterations (also called cycles, phases or stages), where each iteration will contain a series of tasks (and subtasks) to perform. There is greater control of the project, although it requires more administration.
For further information, go to the “Agile Projects” section in this tutorial

The simplest way to do this is to use the empty card in the upper left corner of the navigation panel.
You can fill the detail in the main box and press Ctrl+Enter to confirm it. That’s it. Then you will have the opportunity to edit the task and add all the information you consider useful.
Another option is to use the icons at the bottom of the box to indicate, before confirming the new task, one or more of the following data:
  1. The resource to which the task is assigned
  2. The labels you consider appropiate to classify the activity
  3. The expiration date
  4. The priority with which it should be considered
  5. The estimated remaining time to finish the task
Depending on the information you fill in this step, you can obtain cards with different levels of detail. The cards try to optimize the space to show only the most relevant information for the user.
By clicking on a task card, you will have the possibility to edit all its details within a collapsible work window.
To confirm the changes press Save, to cancel, simply close the window or select another task to edit.
The available information is organized in different sections to facilitate its access. In summary, besides the name of the task (only mandatory data) you can indicate the following information for a task:

  • Detailed description of the task to be performed
  • User responsible for the execution of the task (who will receive the notifications associated with it)
  • Une or more labels that can be used to classify the task
  • Dates of expiration, beginning and end of the task (this determines its state: Todo, Doing, Done)
  • Estimated effort to carry out the activity
  • Priority with which it should be considered (this determines the order in which it is displayed in the navigation panel)
  • Estimated remaing time to complete the task and real time used in the completion of the same (this information is used to calculate the deviations in the planning)
  • Reference data such as which is the main task (if it were a subtask) or in which group the task is located (groups are used to classify the stages through which a task passes, very used in Kanban)
  • List of task followers (who will be notified when certain events occur in it)
  • Subtasks that should be done, which is some sort of checklist with activities that can be assigned to different users each one of them
In addition to all the above, you could also use this panel to fill comments related to the task or attach files to it.
Comments can be filled in rich text.
The files to attach to the task are uploaded through this same tab. Keep in mind that there are limitations to the type, size and number of files to upload according to the plan you have contracted.

Once uploaded, the attached files can be viewed, downloaded or deleted by means of this same tab:
There are several ways to record progress and end a task.
One of them is to use the cards that appear in the navigation panel to update the remaining time to complete the activity and, finally, to mark the task using the checkbox that appears to the left of its name.
The task will be marked as completed on the date this action is taken.
Note that the vertical bar on the left of the card changes its color according to the task that is pending planning (no expiration date assigned), planned (if it has a date), expired (if its due date has already expired, differentiating those that expire on the day from those that are already overdue).
Another way of updating the status of a task is through its editing pannel, which is accessed by clicking on the card. There you can edit more information, even leave comments regarding the activity performed. Finally you can use the check that appears in the upper part of the panel to mark the task as completed.
The third alternative consists in using the inbox, in which you can see all your assigned tasks according to ther status: tasks that have already expired, those that expire on the día and the next ones to expire.
It is necessary to clarify that if a task does not have an assigned due date, it will appear as “not planned”.
In this panel you can use the checkbox to mark a task as finished or click the card to edit it.

Each task can have one and only one user assigned, who is considered responsible for the task, although not necessarily its executor.
That is, a card could have a series of subtasks assigned to different users. However, the card (or main task) would be assigned to a supervising user, who would be responsible for coordinating compliance with the subtasks.
On the other hand, anyone can sign up as a follower of a task. This serves to be notified of certain events about the activity in it.
Whether a user is responsible for a task or its follower, this one will receive certain notifications when important events occur in the task. You can unsubscribe to these notifications from your profile.
Tags are very useful for classifying a task. Each task could have none, one or more tags. The criterion for this is entirely in the hands of the project manager.
Each tag is assigned a color code to make its identification simpler. For example, the red color is often used for a tag that represents a high priority event, such as a bug to solve.
The tags can then be used in the filters (from the inbox, from the task panel or from the dashboard) to, for example, see all those tasks classified as “to improve”.
This term is a bit confusing because it is necessarily used for different purposes.
First, the list of activities (or checklist) to be carried out to conclude a task is considered a sub-task:
This list is created and updated from the edit panel of a task and does not contain more information than the one displayed on the screen (a detail of the activity and a user assigned to it).
The other case in which the term is used is when a child task associated or dependent on a main task is created.
The task #33 was created by clicking on the “+” sign that had the task #30, therefore it was created dependent on it. In Scrum, this would represent the relationship between a product backlog and a sprint backlog. In Structured methodology, it would be the functionality to be developed and the activity to be performed to fulfill it.
By editing an associated task (or a child one), you can see what task it depends on and edit this information, either to eliminate any dependency or to associate it with a different main task.
By dragging a main task from one group to the other, the child tasks will also be moved, although on the other hand, it is possible to move a child task independently of its maintask. However, the associated task is an independent entity and has the same characteristics as a main task or a sheet task (one that does not have children).
Attachments must be uploaded from the “Comments” tab in the task’s edition panel. They are therefore associated with the person who made the comment.
Then they can be viewed, downloaded or deleted, from the “Files” tab:
Each file is stored on the server in a secure way, using the Amazon S3.
There are limitations regarding the type of file to upload, the size of the file and the total storage space contracted per account. If you require more space, you can request a plan upgrade.
Whether a user is responsible for a task, its follower or the user assigned to perform a subtask, will be notified each time an important event occurs within that task..
The events that are communicated will depend on the role you occupy and the type of assignment you have. The most frequent cases of notifications are:
  • When you have been assigned a new task or deleted a previous assignment
  • When a task that you have been assigned or a follower of that task, change group (for example, if it passes to testing) or status
  • When someone enters a new comment on a task that is yours or on one that you follow
  • When you are a follower of a task that changes its due, start or end date
If you do not want to receive any of these notifications, you can customize them from your user profile.

When a new agile project with iterations is created, by default a tree with a first iteration is created, which should then be renamed. You can use the second button on the bar to display the mentioned tree.  You can use the mouse to drag iterations and build a tree of as many nested levels as you want.With the right mouse button on a sprint you can display a context menu to add a new sprint, modify the dates or name of the selected one, or delete it.You can also use the “Move pending tasks” option so that, once an iteration is finished, incomplete tasks can be moved to another sprint. It is essential to understand that in this type of projects there is always an active sprint and all the tasks displayed or added will be linked to it. However, by selecting root (the project) you can see all the tasks of all sprints.
The truth is that there are many ways to do it and it depends on the life cycle that they are using which would be the most indicated. Basically, a product backlog (PB) is nothing more than a functionality to implement, with more or less level of detail. While a sprint backlog (SB) is a task to be carried out with a compliance officer.To register the PBs they could use a folder in the sprint tree containing several cards with the functional detail, or simply a parent task with the functional description.To register the SBs, they could use simple task cards within the aforementioned folder or daughter tasks (associated with the PB card previously created).
To keep track of the general state of all the tasks of a project, there is a control panel that provides valuable information on the highlights of the project status. This board also has a section of filters to consult even more precise information.

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