Announcing WaffleMetrics: the best way to keep teams on track

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At Waffle, our number one priority is helping engineering teams be more productive. Whatever we can do to support an engineer spending more time writing code and less time tracking their work.

Figuring out when something will ship and keeping your team predictable are some of the hardest parts of engineering. With WaffleMetrics, those things just became a little easier.

Throughput Graph
How much work can your team get done each week? Use our new Throughput Graph (completely rebuilt from the previous version) to see exactly how many issues or pull requests are closed each week, each month, or whatever cadence you choose!

throughput-graph

Our team finds it uniquely beneficial to look at the number of pull requests we close each week. Since we also do continuous delivery on our team, the graph above is actually saying that the Waffle team is deploying on average 60 times a month!

Milestone Burndown Graph

We’ve poured our hearts into our new Milestone Burndown Graph. With this view, you can see if you’re on target or behind on your goal, across all of your repositories.

burndown-graph

Ready to give WaffleMetrics a try? Head over to your Waffle Board and click the graph icon in the left sidebar to start your 14 day free trial. Or, learn more about our expanded offerings on our pricing page and newly redesigned help desk.

-Andrew & Team Waffle

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Andrew Homeyer

Chief Waffle Maker @ Waffle.io. All about solving the right problem for the right customer.