We take our users' needs and wishes very seriously, especially when it comes to updating our product. Our new features strive to contribute to your productivity and add extra joy to your daily operations.
Our release notes provide insight into what we’ve been developing, inspired by your needs and wishes. Thank you for your suggestions, they provide immense value to our continued collaborative growth.
To keep you updated every step of the way, we're sharing our product roadmap. Take a peek inside and send us your feedback!
31 Jul, 2020
We flipped the percentiles on the Throughput Histogram to enable you to forecast the number of tasks you can handle on a day, week or month and the probabilities with each commitment point being met.
31 Jul, 2020
If you are using Azure DevOps Server to manage your process, and your instance is not exposed publicly, you are now able to export your data in a .json file and upload it to Nave.
21 July, 2020
We've enabled the possibility to save and load a set of controls, filters and date range configurations on your dashboards to quickly and easily analyze your workflows. The configurations are available for all users so everyone can reuse saved dashboard views.
16 July, 2020
We've enabled support for blocked date ranges for CSV files to enable you to analyze your blocked work in more detail and accurately measure your flow efficiency.
The Blocked Date Range column should follow your workflow steps and it is dedicated to storing the date range that your items spent blocked in the workflow. This column is mandatory. It should contain the date range your item has been blocked. The date range should look like this [dd/MM/yyyy-dd/MM/yyyy]. You can specify multiple date ranges, separated with vertical bars [dd/MM/yyyy-dd/MM/yyyy | dd/MM/yyyy-dd/MM/yyyy].
You can find more details on how to load your data to Nave here.
13 July, 2020
With this update, you’re be able to add cascading select lists custom fields to your dashboards to analyze your data on a more granular level.
10 July, 2020
The arrival and throughput rates comparison widget will enable you to compare how your arrival and throughput rate trends have changed over time to easily analyze the stability of your system.
10 July, 2020
With the cycle time percentile comparison widget, you’ll be able to evaluate and compare how your cycle time percentile values have been changing over time to analyze your delivery performance.
7 July, 2020
Azure DevOps empowers you to track your work through the addition of custom fields. Now, you can filter your charts by custom field to perform more granular analysis on your data.
When you create a new dashboard or edit an existing dashboard, all custom fields of type "enumeration" will be available on the "Custom fields" dropdown. You can enable/disable custom fields using that dropdown to add them to your filter options.