What is Bugify?
Bugify offers a simple way of managing issues for your projects.
Bugify is a tool in the Issue Tracking category of a tech stack.
Who uses Bugify?
Pros of Bugify
Are you kidding... there is no support from dev at all
No support from developer at all, support site closed
Bugify is dead, no support
Simple and local to the machine. readily available
Too bad is dead, good product
- SCM/VCS integration (git/svn/etc)
- @mention users
- Labels for issues
- Follow other users' issues
- API (Documentation)
- Desktop notifications
- Issue priorities
- Email notifications (can be fine-tuned)
- Powerful search
- Saved search filters
- Issue linking
- Easy software updates
- History tracking of issues (see what happened, when - including diffs)
- Markdown for formatting
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Mobile app for iPhone and Android
- User/Group Permissions
- WebHook support
- Multiple languages
- Drag and drop attachments
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