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Getting more done in GitHub with ZenHub #1

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thejmazz opened this Issue May 22, 2016 · 1 comment

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thejmazz commented May 22, 2016

Hola! @thejmazz has created a ZenHub account for the bionode organization. ZenHub is the only project management tool integrated natively in GitHub – created specifically for fast-moving, software-driven teams.


How do I use ZenHub?

To get set up with ZenHub, all you have to do is download the browser extension and log in with your GitHub account. Once you do, you’ll get access to ZenHub’s complete feature-set immediately.

What can ZenHub do?

ZenHub adds a series of enhancements directly inside the GitHub UI:

  • Real-time, customizable task boards for GitHub issues;
  • Multi-Repository burndown charts, estimates, and velocity tracking based on GitHub Milestones;
  • Personal to-do lists and task prioritization;
  • Time-saving shortcuts – like a quick repo switcher, a “Move issue” button, and much more.

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thejmazz commented May 22, 2016

@bmpvieira @mafintosh @yannickwurm @maxogden

this is mostly for myself, and so I can assign estimates to specific tasks and get your feedback, also so we can see if progress is going as estimated, and triage appropriately if required.

similar to waffle.io but integrates right into github, and has estimates on issues which I think is important.

going to create a milestone for week 1 and a set of tasks to go along with it soon

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