The very first step to using Taiga is to create an account. To do this, just go to the Taiga home page, click SIGN UP and then complete the process on the registration form.
The Projects Dashboard
The Projects Dashboard shows an overview of all the projects in which you are involved: what you are working on, what you are watching and a short list with projects.
The Taiga User Profile
As a Taiga user you have a unique profile which is created automatically when you register and which you can then access and customize: change logo, name, e-mail and others or manage notifications.
The Taiga Panel
After you access one of your projects, you can view the Taiga Panel on the left side of the browser window. From the Panel you can access the Taiga modules that are available to you.
User Stories and Tasks
A User Story represents a specific part of your product, described as seen by the end user. User Stories make it is easy to manage your project by breaking down your product into several parts.
Working with Sprints
Sprints give you a time perspective for your project. When all User Stories that are grouped into a Sprint are done, that Sprint is automatically closed. A project may have several Sprints.
Working with Issues
In Taiga you can submit Issues to report a bug, ask a question, propose an enhancement and any other actions depending on the Issue Types available for the current project.
The Admin module
If you have the appropriate access level, you can go to the ADMIN module where you can manage the settings of the current project, like: number of Sprints, Statuses, Members and many others.
The main goal of Taiga.pm is to provide to its visitors a comprehensive range of topics that ultimately help them better understand how to use the powerful features of the browser-based project management tool called Taiga.
Taiga is free, open source, powerful, intuitive.
Anybody can use it, for any kind of project and we at Taiga.pm want to give you step-by-step directions in order for you to quickly learn how to take advantage or its awesome features.
On Taiga.pm you can read about the Projects Dashboard, the Panel and the Taskboard; you can learn how to work with User Stories, Tasks or Issues, how to manage the Sprints of a project and, if you are the administrator, you can see how easy it is to manage the settings of your project.
With us, it's easy to learn how to use Taiga.
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TAIGA PM NEWS AND UPDATES
New topic! Working with the KANBAN chart
We’ve added a new topic to show you how to work with the KANBAN chart in order to quickly manage your Taiga project. This time, […]Read More
Taiga Tribe quick overview
You can view Taiga Tribe as an extension to Taiga, which you can use to find external help for your project but also as an […]Read More
Moving a Task to the next Sprint
A while back, a Taiga user asked us a question about managing Tasks and we finally got around to sharing the knowledge. The scenario was: […]Read More
You can add User Stories in bulk from the KANBAN
New topic! We want to show you how to add User Stories in bulk from the KANBAN chart and a quick list with what you […]Read More
New topic! Creating User Stories in bulk from the BACKLOG
We have just added a new topic: Creating User Stories in bulk from the BACKLOG. You can now see how you can create several new […]Read More
Another small improvement for our topic pages
We got around to making our topics pages more responsive for an easy read especially on tablets in portrait mode. The Topics menu automatically hides […]Read More
Small navigation update
To make navigating the Topics menu easier, we have added links to the next and to the previous topics on the menu. Have a look! […]Read More
We have updated the content for Working with User Stories and Tasks
We finally managed to update the big Working With User Stories and Tasks topic so that it matches the latest UI tweaks for Taiga 2.0 […]Read More
New Taiga release – Pulsatilla Patens
Taiga 2.0 Pulsatilla Patens is out. Among some very cool visual updates, we now have a pricing plan. Of course, public projects remain free and […]Read More
Adding User Stories – updated content
We have updated the content on the pages that show the steps for creating User Stories from the BACKLOG module and from the KANBAN module. […]Read More