A project isn’t truly complete until the boxes are checked off next to every issue, bug, and client request that comes in. Developers and programmers know this better than anyone, which is why so many technology professionals turn to issue trackers for help along the way. DoneDone is an issue tracker that teams can use to stay organized when managing large coding and design projects.
Get rid of the spreadsheets and sticky notes your team has been using to keep track of issues in the past, and sign up for a group account with DoneDone instead. From the dashboard page, you’ll be able to get real-time project updates and status notifications. You’ll also be able to see which team members are working on which projects, and which issues need to be resolved before a project can move to the next phase. Although DoneDone was developed to give colleagues can easier way to communicate with each other, the platform also serves as an excellent hub for corresponding with clients. Users can share files directly via email, and they can sync their DoneDone accounts with other popular services like Basecamp, Github, and Beanstalk.
DoneDone really shines once a project has gone live. Teams can use the platform as a central repository for all customer correspondence, or as a place to keep track of the feedback coming in from people who’ve used their products or visited their sites. DoneDone integrates with many CRMapplications using an API and webhooks, and allows users to sort issues by keyword or tag.
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An alternative to DoneDone that allows visual bug flagging is http://www.pageproofer.com
You can add PageProofer to any website and then simply click anywhere on the site to leave feedback, mark an issue or flag a bug. It also integrates with Basecamp and Trello.