Your software’s roadmap lives inside your collection of user stories. OnTime makes adding new user stories a snap. It’s just a keyboard shortcut (or click) away. After all, OnTime is all about speed.
Track user stories and defects separately or together. If you decide to track them separately, you will be able to apply unique workflows and field templates to each item type. If you choose to track user stories and defects together, they will be treated the same in your process.
While OnTime Scrum ships with default field templates for user stories and defects, you may add any number of custom fields to ensure you are collecting the information you need.
Bottom line: track everything you want to track about your user stories, keep them in one searchable, sortable, filterable list—and focus on software development.