Jira Software is built for every member of your team to plan, track, and release great software.
Export your bugs directly into GitHub - the world's leading software development platform.
Combine the power of crowdtesting with agile DevOps processes by using our integration with Azure DevOps.
Load your bugs into Pivotal Tracker's shared backlog to help cross-functional teams get their projects across the goal line.
Trello lets you work more collaboratively and get more done. Export bugs directly into the boards you use.
sprintly is the only tool on the market that gives you a single, large board showing every card from every project.
DoneDone is the simple bug and issue tracker. Easily connect and export your bugs.
Basecamp is a project management software that helps teams increase accountability, communicate more efficiently, and keep everyone on the same page.
Asana is the work management platform teams use to stay focused on the goals, projects, and daily tasks that grow business.
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Our customers can instantly and effortlessly find bugs before they impact their users, and we want to make it as easy as possible to fix those bugs too. That’s why we built an integration to connect our platform, Ada, with Jira, one of the most commonly-used bug tracking platforms.
This integration means you can export bugs quickly and easily into Jira, where your team can track the status of known bugs.
We want to help our customers instantly and effortlessly find bugs before they impact their users, but finding bugs isn’t the end of the story. We built an integration to connect our platform, Ada, to GitHub, a widely-used bug tracking platform.
This integration allows customers to quickly export bugs into GitHub where they can be tracked until they are fixed. That means your team can focus on fixing issues rather than creating tickets.
We want to help our customers find the critical bugs that will impact their success without causing any friction or bottlenecks in their existing processes. That’s why we built an integration with Azure DevOps.
Azure DevOps is an end-to-end solution to help teams implement DevOps processes during planning, development and delivery. Now, your team can plug our crowd of testers directly into your Azure workflows.
Once our crowd of testers identifies the critical bugs holding you back, you’ll need to prioritise your team’s efforts to resolve them as quickly as possible. Enter Pivotal Tracker’s shared backlog.
With guided iteration planning, your team will find it easier to add new bugs to the tracker, then to break work down into smaller chunks and to adapt as and when you learn new information.
Many app teams favour Trello for its simple, fun interface. Particularly popular among teams working with ‘non-tech’ people, now you can integrate our crowdtesting offering directly into your existing setup in Trello.
That means your whole business can visualise the bugs found by GAT testers, as well as your team’s prioritisation and progress in tackling known issues within your app.
The perfect solution for a team that’s sick of using spreadsheets, Sprintly gives teams real time status updates on known issues, complete with estimated completion times.
Our integration with Sprintly allows your team to add new bugs to their tracker instantly, keeping everyone up to date with the latest issues and information.
DoneDone’s solution helps teams to plan new releases, track known bugs, and to communicate directly with the users affected who reach out via your helpdesk.
This integration makes it unbelievably easy to provide a quality experience to your users and customers by combining professional bug testing with customer support.
What users love about Basecamp is, on top of all the collaborative scheduling, task management and message boards, the built in group chat feature makes bug fixes even easier.
With many teams working remotely, this integration allows your engineering team to see new bugs as they’re discovered and work together to find the solution.
There’s nothing worse than a bug report that sits in your backlog for all eternity with no one person claiming ownership. Asana takes care of that problem with a powerful tool to assign tasks to team members.
This integration allows you to add new bugs to your project as tasks, and from there you can assign them and build in a reviewing process, helping you ensure that the fix really works.