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What are Agile Project Management Tools?

Agile project management tools are tools that you and your team use to manage and execute an Agile project. The most basic version of an Agile tool could be a whiteboard and sticky notes used to create and maintain a Scrum or Kanban board. There are also digital tools and online Kanban boards that can help teams fully embrace Agile frameworks. 

The major difference between Agile management tools and others is their ability to handle Agile frameworks, such as Scrum and Kanban. 

Both Agile and non-Agile project management tools should give you visibility into your projects and help you track changes, understand progress, collaborate with your team, and communicate key information to stakeholders.

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