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Add an Agile Planning Poker Plugin

It would be great to have a plugin for collecting Agile Planning Poker Estimates in Teams. Ideally you could:
- Geed it a backlog query from on-premises TFS
- Select a backlog item
- Collect estimates privately
- Have them shown all at once and then averaged based on your own formula (straight average, averaged to nearest Fibonacci number, etc.)
- Have the result fed back into on-premises TFS.

Even without TFS integration it would still be extremely useful it could handle collection and aggregation of the estimates. It would give us a reason to use Teams over just Skype for Business.

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  • Marc Thomson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree with Alex -- useful if not tied to a particular issue tracking system. This is almost a must-have for our team.

  • Alex Corcoles commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I would like this if it was not tied to a particular issue-tracking system, also it could be simplified.

    Just submit a link and allow members to submit their hidden values, reveal when everyone has provided their value.

  • Ben Raubenolt commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It would be great to have a plugin for collecting Agile Planning Poker Estimates in Teams. Ideally you could:
    - Give it a backlog query from on-premises TFS
    - Select a backlog item
    - Collect estimates privately
    - Have them shown all at once and then averaged based on your own formula (straight average, averaged to nearest Fibonacci number, etc.)
    - Have the result fed back into on-premises TFS.

    Even without TFS integration it would still be extremely useful it could handle collection and aggregation of the estimates. It would give us a reason to use Teams over just Skype for Business.

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