"Mycellium" by Ina Melnik

Work & knowledge hub to
Scope, plan, and release your software
Collaborate on backlogs, sprints, releases, and development wiki — all in one place.
Replace most of your stack with a single tool.

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Scope & plan
development
Prioritize a backlog of stories and bugs, estimate them, and distribute work within the team. Assign stories to plan the upcoming sprint and decide what will be included in the next release.
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Backlog
Backlog
Sprint Planning
Sprint Planning
Release Planning
Release Planning
Backlog
Sprint Planning
Release Planning
  • 🔥 Nothing is hardcoded! One or several development teams, Scrum or Kanban, user stories or tasks — you decide.
  • 🛺 Automate your sprint workflows. Create new tasks with the start of every sprint, assign a QA when a story is done, increase a task's priority as the due date approaches.

Track and analyze progress
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Track
Track stories and bugs on board, calendar, or timeline view. Define custom states. Filter by sprint, release, or anything you want. Color code the most burning tasks.

Track

Analyze
Build Velocity, Burn Up/Down, Cycle time, and CFD reports to visualize progress and keep plans realistic.

Analyze
  • 😎 Know the remaining work against the release goal at any point in time with automatic formulas

Create a development wiki
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Docs
Docs
Write docs about your processes, technologies, incidents and keep them close to work. Insert work references and quickly access them from the document without losing context.
Whiteboards
Whiteboards
Create diagrams to present architecture design and collaborate on it with the team.
Docs
Whiteboards

Run retrospectives
Take time to reflect on your past sprint. Easily turn notes into action items and track their progress on a separate board.
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Retrospective
Retrospective
  • ✍️ Collaborate on Retrospectives live or asynchronously.

Integrate
with other tools
Sync pull requests, branches, commits from Github or Gitlab. Link requests to user stories and bugs automatically. Or start with Jira integration before fully migrating to Fibery.
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Github logo
Gitlab logo
Jira logo
Integromat logo
Slack logo
  • 🔗 Or just turn to your most humble servant, API

Not just development
Replace scattered tools and map your whole organization in Fibery. Link all the required processes in such a way that's meaningful for you.
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Product Management

Connect features with stories and bugs and build an interactive roadmap.

Product Management

Connect features with stories and bugs and build an interactive roadmap.

Customer feedback

Aggregate feedback from Intercom, Discourse, and Zendesk, link it to features and stories, and make better engineering decisions.

Customer feedback

Aggregate feedback from Intercom, Discourse, and Zendesk, link it to features and stories, and make better engineering decisions.

Test management

Create, execute and monitor tests so that you know whether your product is living up to the expectations.

Test management

Create, execute and monitor tests so that you know whether your product is living up to the expectations.

But how does it work in real life? 🤔
Check out our Software Development case studies. Prioritization, sprint planning, velocity reports, time tracking — it's all there. 👇
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Escape scattered tools
Get a single connected workspace where all teams are welcome.

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User
Research

Plan user researches and generate insights. Transform customers problems into effective solutions, and connect user research to product development.

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User
Research

Plan user researches and generate insights. Transform customers problems into effective solutions, and connect user research to product development.

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Inspired by inventors.

Douglas Engelbart, engineer and inventorDouglas Engelbart, engineer and inventorDouglas Engelbart, engineer and inventor
Bret Victor, interface designerBret Victor, interface designerBret Victor, interface designer
Alan Kay, computer scientistAlan Kay, computer scientistAlan Kay, computer scientist
Wassily Kandinsky, painter and art theoristWassily Kandinsky, painter and art theoristWassily Kandinsky, painter and art theorist
Margaret Hamilton, software engineerMargaret Hamilton, software engineerMargaret Hamilton, software engineer
Rich Hickey, creator of ClojureRich Hickey, creator of ClojureRich Hickey, creator of Clojure
Edwin Catmull, president of PixarEdwin Catmull, president of PixarEdwin Catmull, president of Pixar
Benoit Mandelbrot, mathematicianBenoit Mandelbrot, mathematicianBenoit Mandelbrot, mathematician
Ada Lovelace, mathematicianAda Lovelace, mathematicianAda Lovelace, mathematician
Richard Feynman, theoretical physicistRichard Feynman, theoretical physicistRichard Feynman, theoretical physicist
J. C. R. Licklider, psychologist and computer scientistJ. C. R. Licklider, psychologist and computer scientistJ. C. R. Licklider, psychologist and computer scientist
Boris Delaunay, mathematicianBoris Delaunay, mathematicianBoris Delaunay, mathematician
Georgy Voronoy, mathematicianGeorgy Voronoy, mathematicianGeorgy Voronoy, mathematician