I'm fairly new to Scrum and I'm working with a group of colleagues on a project to learn more about it. Long story short our project is simply creating a website for tourists of our country where they can simply create or use courses in a certain city.
What we did is think about user stories (We didn't really do any UX Research so just consider these stories as valid) that are relevant to what we want to make. For example, consider the following story:
As a tourist, I want to create courses according to my requirements.
This is just a example, we have around other 15 stories. And since we are new to this process, we defined tasks of stories that we saw more fitting with the story. For example we need to make a login/signup page but we couldn't make a story for it so we included it in the most relevant story. So there are few stories with extra tasks. And since we followed this approach, we actually estimated the tasks and no the stories (somewhat a hack?). Now the problem we're facing is we need to use a scrum tool to help us visualize our work, we chose TargetProcess which is free. In this tool story points are obviously given to stories, while estimation by hour is given to the tasks, and each task is a part of a story. Now if we need to work on a task, we can't do so unless we move the whole story into the sprint backlog. So if a story has only one task planned into the sprint and the rest are not, that would create a problem in creating our burn down charts. So my question here is what could we do to make this work?