Mingle 12.1 now with forecasting charts, collaboration improvements and Microsoft TFS support
New release includes improved search functionality, collaboration improvements, and TFS source repository support.
San Francisco, CA May 8, 2012
ThoughtWorks Studios (www.thoughtworks-studios.com), a leading provider in Agile software solutions and training, announced the availability of Mingle 12.1 – a new release that includes improved search functionality, collaboration improvements, and TFS source repository support.
• Forecasting charts to manage schedule risks and scope creep
Mingle® now comes with two easy graphical aids to help you accurately respond to change and understand the impacts on delivery. Benefit from a visual understanding of scope vis-à-vis project timelines to forecast your delivery dates and manage feature trade-off in relation to fixed delivery dates.
• Collaboration improvements
Mingle now allows users to see when others on the team are viewing and editing cards or pages at the same time. This feature provides teams with opportunities to have collaborative conversations with each other around stories, defects, dashboards and views.
• Enhanced search
New and updated search functionality provides users with better search results. This new search capability allows users to filter the type of results displayed, highlighting keywords in the search results and supporting advanced search options.
• Microsoft TFS source repository integration
The newest addition to the Mingle supported ecosystem is Team Foundation Server (TFS). Mingle 12.1 now provides integrated support for TFS as a source repository.
About ThoughtWorks Studios
ThoughtWorks Studios provides Agile ALM products and training. A division of the Agile consultancy, ThoughtWorks, Inc., it offers the tools, coaching and experience to help companies realize the full potential of Agile-based development in the enterprise. Its Adaptive ALM suite, Mingle (Agile project management), Twist® (Agile test automation) and Go™ (Agile release management/DevOps), helps organizations manage and automate the application lifecycle through an adaptive approach that supports people and processes. Its Agile workshops deliver training for all facets of Agile ALM practices. Customers include 3M, Barclays, BBC, eBay, Honeywell, McGraw-Hill, Rackspace and Vodafone. For more information, please visit (http://www.thoughtworks-studios.com).