At airfocus, we've been adding a bunch of new stuff to help you get even more focused. We'll just jump right in.
"Two-way-sync" and "Push to integration" for Trello, Jira, and Asana
Connect your high-level prioritization & roadmapping with day-to-day planning by syncing your data seamlessly between airfocus and Trello, Jira, and/or Asana. To enable two-way sync click "Edit" for a given integration on the integration view. With two-way sync, changes that you make in one system will be reflected in the other.
If you want to push an item from airfocus to any of your integrations, just click "Push to integration" on your item detail page.
Trello is a great tool to collect feedback from customers, teammates, and other stakeholders. You can now let them vote for your strategic items (using the free Trello Voting Power-Up in combination with the airfocus Power-Up) and connect those votes with airfocus. Stop letting feedback slip through the cracks, and put decision-making on autopilot.
Watch this 90-second video to learn more about syncing Trello votes with airfocus.
Use mapping to define how Trello lists and labels should be mapped to airfocus lanes and labels. If you change a card or item in one system, the other system will be adjusted accordingly. You can now also attach a label to every Trello card synchronized with airfocus.
Why change items one by one when you can change them all at once? You can now edit multiple items at once, directly from the item view.
Advanced Jira mapping: Similar to Trello mapping (see above), you will be able to define on a much more granular level how to map Jira fields to airfocus fields.
Collaborative scoring: Invite others to a rating game to benefit from team wisdom. We're still undecided about how to call this feature (prioritization poker?), so please call in with ideas or opinions. Learn more in our full roadmap on airfocus and Trello.