Project planning for developers
Create issues, break them into tasks, track relationships, add custom fields, and have conversations. Visualize large projects as spreadsheets or boards, and automate everything with code.
Bored of boards?
Switch to tables.
Built like a spreadsheet, project tables give you a live canvas to filter, sort, and group issues and pull requests. Tailor them to your needs with custom fields and saved views.
Break issues into actionable tasks
Tackle complex issues with task lists and track their status with new progress indicators. Convert tasks into their own issues and navigate your work hierarchy.
Move conversations forward
Express ideas with GitHub Flavored Markdown, mention contributors, react with emoji, clarify with attachments, and see references from commits, PRs, releases, and deploys. Coordinate by assigning contributors and teams, or by adding them to milestones and projects. All in a single timeline.
- Upload and attach videos to comments
- Dive into work faster with issue forms and templates
for how you work
Save views for sprints, backlogs, teams, or releases. Rank, group, sort, and filter issues to suit the occasion. Choose between tables, boards, and timelines (coming soon).
Work at keyboard speed
No mouse? No problem. Every action you can take with the mouse has a keyboard shortcut or command. Filter, sort, group, and assign issues. Your hands never leave the keyboard.
with custom fields
Track metadata like priority, story points, dates, notes, and links. Add custom fields to project tables and edit from the issue sidebar.
Automate with code
Automatically add issues to a project, triage them based on labels, and codify your team’s process. Powered by our GraphQL API and GitHub Actions.
Issues, wherever you look
Issues can be viewed, created, and managed in your browser, your favorite terminal, or on your phone or iPad.
View, update, and create issues without ever leaving your terminal.
Create and manage issues on the go with our native iOS and Android mobile apps.
“ The new planning and tracking functionality keeps my project management close to my code. I no longer find myself needing to reach for spreadsheets or 3P tools which go stale instantly.Dan Godfrey Development Manager