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I want to practice Scrum on a personal project and I'm looking for Scrum management software. I've tried Jira + GreenHopper, but it has some limitations - limited nesting of user stories in particular. It's also a bug tracker at its core. I'm looking for something built for Scrum from the ground up so I don't go down too many blind alleys. As a newbie to Scrum and as a learning exercise, what software would you recommend?

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I am a fan of Pivotal Tracker. It is a web application. I'm not sure about nested stories, It has story tasks. Once, you get going with it, it does a great job using your velocity to forecast future iterations / sprints.

https://www.pivotaltracker.com/

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