Scrum Task Board — Offline or Online?

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Scrum is often associated with a task board or a physical wall of work. Stickers all around, from floor to ceiling, organized in columns.

Looks great! But how effective is that for Scrum?

If you are on the co-located team, and have a complex project, which Scrum as a framework suits the most, you’ll most likely will have several types of stickies:

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