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Engage your team with efficient sprint planning

Estimate software tasks playing Planning Poker

Deliver software on time with accurate estimates

Reach consensus with a built-in video platform

Estimate individually and come to a conclusion through live discussion.

Track past estimates

Get a feel for your team's accuracy by tracking past estimates and use them as a reference for future sprints.

PlanningWith.Cards integrates with major management tools*


Conveniently estimate from inside Atlassian platforms

*Estimate on your existing backlogs

Easily keep track of your sprint planning and team's progress with our JIRA, Trello, Pivotal Tracker or YouTrack integrations.

Manage all your estimates in one place

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Frequently Asked Questions Close

What is PlanningWith.Cards?

PlanningWith.Cards is a Planning Poker platform with built-in video that enables distributed software development teams to estimate tasks in an easy, fun way.

What happens in a Planning Poker session?

Planning Poker is an agile estimating technique which has become very popular in the last few years. It is mainly used by Agile & Scrum developers so the whole team can estimate the effort needed to build software products.

These are the rules to play Planning Poker:

  1. Each participant gets a deck of estimation cards representing a sequence of numbers. In Planning Poker for Hangouts we have 4 type of cards: the Fibonacci sequence (1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, etc.), Days (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15), T-shirt size (Small - Medium - Large - Xlarge) and a simple Yes/NO card set.
  2. The moderator presents one user story at a time to the team. This is called a Round.
  3. The Scrum Master or Product Owner (or an equivalent role) answers any questions the team might have about the story.
  4. Each participant privately selects a card representing his or her estimate of the “size” for the user story. Usually size represents a value taking into account time, risk, complexity and any other relevant factors.
  5. When everybody is ready with an estimate, all cards are presented simultaneously.
  6. If there is consensus on a particular number then the size is recorded and the team moves to the next story.
  7. In the (very likely) event that the estimates differ, the high and low estimators defend their estimates to the rest of the team.
  8. The group briefly debates the arguments.
  9. A new round of estimation is made (steps 4 and 5 above).
  10. Continue until consensus has been reached and the moderator records the estimate.
  11. Repeat for each story.

How much does it cost?

Our Google hangouts plugin and HipChat add-on are free. But in order to use our Dashboard and import your backlogs from Pivotal Tracker, JIRA, Trello & YouTrack, you need to select one of our pricing plans.

You can check them out here.

Why can't I see the plugin in the Hangouts sidebar?

If you can't see the plugin probably you don't have a Google+ profile active for the account you are using in the Hangouts call.

Please go to Google plus in order to activate your profile and then try again.

If I have a problem with the plugin, how can I contact you?

Please write to and we'll be glad to assist you.