Stack vs Trajectory: What are the differences?
Developers describe Stack as "Add tasks and drag them into columns that match your workflow". Important details, to-do lists and discussions are always at hand. Assign responsibility, set due dates, add tags, set priorities and attach files to your tasks. On the other hand, Trajectory is detailed as "Trajectory is an agile planning tool for teams of designers and developers". We wanted a tool that was good for writing user stories, bugs, and to-dos but also as good for managing the discussions happening around them. Trajectory helps you stay focused on what matters. Ideas are where you discuss the goals for your project. Based on that discussion, you create stories for the implementation. Trajectory makes it easy to see all the stories for an Idea and track progress toward your goal.
Stack and Trajectory can be primarily classified as "Agile Project Management" tools.
Some of the features offered by Stack are:
- Customizable Columns
- Unlimited Projects
- Real-time Task Comments
On the other hand, Trajectory provides the following key features:
- Stories can be estimated on an 8 point scale, or turned into todos, bugs, or milestones.
- See your progress for the current iteration based on your expected velocity.
- It’s easy to select, add, and insert stories at any point in your queue.