Sprintly Pricing, Features, Reviews & Comparison of Alternatives


Painless Software Project Management for small teams

4.33/5 (3 reviews)

Sprintly overview

What is Sprintly?

Sprintly makes it easy for startups and agencies and small development teams to collaborate on software projects. Sprintly requires no training or configuration and teams can be up and running in seconds. Sprintly makes it easy for managers to see what each member of the team is working on and the status of projects, in real time.

Track your team and view progress in real-time
Sprintly gives you a full view of what the team is working right now across all stages of development. You can easily sort and search for items based on owner, type, stage, date range or by tags. Sprintly allows you to view of who is overloaded and who is under-utilized to make sure work is balanced across the team. Sprintly also lets you view progress on tasks or projects to help you track progress against objectives.

Deep integration with GitHub (and others)
Sprintly features market-leading integration with GitHub. Items can be updated and their status can be changed automatically from within a GitHub Commit message or Pull Request. Sprintly also supports multiple repositories syncing with a single Sprintly project. Sprintly also integrates with many other commonly used tools like BitBucket, Beanstalk, Crashlytics, Rollbar and of course Slack.

Built for Software Projects, without the Bloat
Unlike many general project management tools, Sprintly has built-in support for different items types (user stories, tasks, defects, and tests) and the typical stages of a software project. At the same time Sprintly is simple to get up and running. There is no setup or configuration required and the team can be running on Sprintly in seconds.


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United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, China and 5 other markets, India, Japan, Germany, Brazil, Mexico

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Sprintly reviews


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Ben Dalton

Great Software Development Management

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2016-12-08
Review Source: Capterra

We've been using Sprintly for close to 3 years now. Functionality wise, it sits in between a Trello and a Jira. It provides a great workflow for tracking development of projects and has great Github integration and provides a natural way to communicate on features/tasks/bugs and user stories. Over the years it has been steadily improving and the latest UI changes are a nice step forward. It isn't without it's tradeoffs, but overall it has been the best tool for our team. The Sprintly team has been always willing to assist when needed and has added new features at our request. And lastly, the price is great. So, great value, great tool, great team. Can't wait to see where it goes in the next year :-)

Nice focused UI with little configuration required Good workflows Markdown and email-based communications

Only stories allow you to have nested tasks, would be helpful to have sub-tasks to bugs or normal tasks

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Likelihood to recommend: 8/10

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Laura Nelson

Intuitive agile project management tool

Used weekly for 2+ years
Reviewed 2019-04-22
Review Source: Capterra

We've used Sprintly for the past several years and have been happy overall with its functionality. With some uncertainty around its longevity, we hope that the exporting function can be improved so that data isn't lost at some point in the future.

We use this tool to track software development; all issues are recorded, and then are able to be addressed by adjusting their status on the board, and deploying to a new version when appropriate. This flow is very intuitive to follow and allows for non-developers to stay in the loop and understand what's happening with their product. Multiple projects can be worked on, with each having its own board. The layout of the board is simple and doesn't require initial set-up. Different views are available, so each team member can kind of find what works best for them to follow developments. I like that it's still going! There was a bit of a scare with the ownership of the product, which had us scrambling to find a replacement, but luckily it was acquired by someone else and is still active.

No mobile app - this would be super helpful to be able to reference and respond to things on the fly. Cannot export all tickets with all contents - as in, there is no ability to see all of the responses, attachments, etc that have been added since the original creation of the ticket. There are some size limitations for attachments, which is understandable, but it's not always clear what those limits are. Stories with multiple tasks in them are a bit problematic, and we ended up breaking out all sub-tasks because of this, which makes things a bit harder to track in terms of which issues are related to each other.

Response from Sprint.ly

Thanks for your feedback! We are currently working on a mobile friendly version that is a lot faster on the desktop as well. Were looking forward to getting it into your hands asap!

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Likelihood to recommend: 8/10

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Sprintly pricing

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$19/month - Startup: 6 Members, 12 Observers

$49/month - Team: 14 Members, 5 Collaborators, 28 Observers

$99/month - Pro: 20 Members, 10 Collaborators, 40 Observers

$199/month - Agency: 33 Members, 15 Collaborators, 50 Observers

$399/month - Enterprise: 75 Members, 20 Collaborators, 50 Observers

Sprintly features


Activity Dashboard (148 other apps)
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Automatic Notifications (135 other apps)
Collaboration Tools (179 other apps)
Drag & Drop Interface (136 other apps)
Gantt Charts (134 other apps)
Multiple Projects (119 other apps)
Prioritizing (142 other apps)
Progress Tracking (136 other apps)
Project Management (185 other apps)
Project Planning (138 other apps)
Project Time Tracking (179 other apps)
Project Tracking (138 other apps)
Reporting & Statistics (127 other apps)
Task Management (162 other apps)
Task Planning (118 other apps)
Task Tracking (159 other apps)
Third Party Integration (147 other apps)

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Additional information for Sprintly

Key features of Sprintly

  • View project status across all phases of development
  • Easily create user stories, tasks, defects, tests
  • Deep integration with GitHub
  • Integrates with Slack and other tools
  • Use tags to easily group, search and filter items
  • Track progress against milestones or objectives
  • Open API
  • interact with items via email
  • Real-time notifications
  • Send updates to your chatroom
  • Interact with items via GitHub Commit messag or Pull Request
  • No configuration or training required
  • Mention teammates in comments
  • Track progress
  • Velocity & team load
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Simple Project Management for Software Projects
Spintly's intuitive UI makes it easy for teams to get up and running quickly with Sprintly. Sprintly requires no configuration, setup or training and teams can be up and running in seconds. Sprintly is also easy enough for non-developers to use and pricing packages include seats that can be used by Marketing, Sales, Support and other teams.

Easily View What Everyone is Working on In Real Time
Sprintly makes it easy to see who is working on what across the entire software project lifecycle. Sprintly lets you track progress against objectives and you can easily view which team members have too much work and which are under-utilized.

Deep Integration with GitHub and Others
Sprintly has deep GitHub integration. Items can be updated, commented on or closed from GitHub Commit Messages or Pull Requests, Sprintly also allows multiple GitHub respositories to sync with a single Sprintly project. We also feature integration with Slack, Bitbucket and other tools commonly used by small teams.