Streamline project management and boost team productivity with a Scrum board tailored to each project's needs.
Let Scrum boards improve your next project’s efficiency and collaboration
The Scrum framework — an Agile project management method — focuses on continuous improvement of a project’s iterations by a small team with set roles.
Scrum teams need a product owner who understands the ideal outcome, a Scrum master who manages workflow, and a team to execute the to-dos. Tracking everything in one place lets everyone know how tasks are progressing.
Add a Scrum board to your Notion teamspace in order to:
Understand who’s responsible for which items
Easily check the status of everyone’s tasks
Monitor their progress toward outcomes
Identify task dependencies to improve collaboration and prevent delays
How to make a Scrum board in Notion
Create a Notion account.
Create a new page and choose the "Board" view. Click the
+ New databaseon the right side to open a new view.
Name your first column "Tasks" and list your next sprint's focus. Add custom properties like deadlines and assignees.
Invite your teammates to collaborate.
Take the stress out of Scrum management with a connected workspace in Notion
From customizable templates to robust categorization options, Notion makes it easy to manage your Scrum boards.
A Scrum board improves task visibility during project sprints by showing each to-do’s status. Statuses are customizable, but common ones include completion, review, and approval.
Scrum and Kanban are two ways to manage projects.
Scrum is best used for projects with rigid guidelines, a confident team, and dedicated sprints for task completion. The term comes from the Scrum formation in rugby that relies on seamless teamwork.
Kanban boards use a more relaxed approach for task deadlines, opting to find ways to improve processes instead of sticking to existing ones.