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TaskTub vs ZenHub: What are the differences?

What is TaskTub? A simple Kanban board for GitHub users to collaborate and build great products. Simple Kanban Tool for GitHub issues to help teams manage the development process. By creating a simple UX we allow developers and non-developers to collaborate. Building on top of GitHub keeps developers happy (they don't need to switch tool) and leverages a large network of existing users. We charge users a monthly fee to manage private repositories - similar to GitHub.

What is ZenHub? Agile Project Management inside GitHub. ZenHub is a lightweight browser extension that adds a powerful set of features directly into GitHub's UI.

TaskTub and ZenHub belong to "Kanban for GitHub Issues" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by TaskTub are:

  • Integrates with GitHub
  • Custom Workflows
  • Perfectly synced

On the other hand, ZenHub provides the following key features:

  • Multi-Repo Task Board Support
  • ToDo (private to-do lists)
  • Slack integration
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      Don't have to leave github
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      No context switching, use github for everything
    • 38
      Fast and effective team support
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      Github integration
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      The board makes easier to prioritize
    • 30
      It's all about that +1
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      Fair pricing model
    • 14
      Burndown charts right in github
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      Intuitive
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      Slack integration

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    What is TaskTub?

    Simple Kanban Tool for GitHub issues to help teams manage the development process. By creating a simple UX we allow developers and non-developers to collaborate. Building on top of GitHub keeps developers happy (they don't need to switch tool) and leverages a large network of existing users. We charge users a monthly fee to manage private repositories - similar to GitHub.

    What is ZenHub?

    ZenHub powers agile development and product roadmapping for some of the world's most innovative teams. It's a better way to manage your GitHub Issues, Multi-repo Boards, Epics, and reports -- all without ever leaving GitHub. Experience data

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