What are the best tools to use for sprint planning (engineering / design / product management)?

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for more advanced features you can use. Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)
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Anonymous Author
Teams and planner is great, Azure DevOps is also awesome. 
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Anonymous Author
Jira - Its seamless and really fantastic !
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Jira
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Join.me is also a reasonable alternative. Have you tried teamviewer meetings?
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Jira
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One of our portfolio startups uses Azure boards, looked very similar to Jira. I’ve used Atlassian (Confluence + JIRA) for quarterly release and sprint planning. I’ve also used Trello cards for quick & dirty brainstorming.
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We’re using Jira
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I would also vote for Jira
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Azure dev ops
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Product Board (Design and Product) and using the Jira integration to sync tasks between boards.
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Anonymous Author
Clubhouse is pretty good as well. 
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We us Azure DevOps, Teams, and Sparx Enterprise Architect
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JIRA but more recently I use Notion a lot. 
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Anonymous Author
Jira - Scrum
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Jira
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After trying several, we use one that is quite unknown called Vivify because it had the most features we wanted and it is as easy to use as Asana. Jira feels to slow. But their support is not as great as we expected.
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We use Notion for documents, specs, diagrams and from there create Milestones, Epics, and Stories in Clubhouse. Personally like Clubhouse far more than Jira
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The correct tool is the one that leverages your team qualities and mixes with your existing toolset without requiring alot of development/adaptation time. I am personally very fond of Jira or ClickUp because of their extensive features but sometimes the old-school spreadsheets work wonders.
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Azure DevOps
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Jira and Confluence
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Primavera
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We recently switched from Jira to zenhub/github and are quite happy.
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Jira
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JIRA
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Atlassian Jira (and Portfolio)
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I prefer Google spreadsheets when it comes to planning sprints and creating GANTT charts. Straightforward UX, accessible, free, and super flexible so you can tailor the format to fit your needs. Jira, Trello, and Asana are all pretty good for assigning and tracking the individual sprint tasks within your plan.
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Jira
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