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
ZenHub is a tool in the Kanban for GitHub Issues category of a tech stack.
Who uses ZenHub?
73 companies reportedly use ZenHub in their tech stacks, including Livestorm, wevox, and FASHION CLOUD.
151 developers on StackShare have stated that they use ZenHub.
Pros of ZenHub
Don't have to leave github
No context switching, use github for everything
Fast and effective team support
The board makes easier to prioritize
It's all about that +1
Fair pricing model
Burndown charts right in github
- Product Roadmap, Multi-Repo Task Board Support
- Slack integration
- Reporting Suite, Velocity Chart, Release Reports, Cumulative Flow, Burndown Charts
- Time Estimations
- Kanban-like Task Boards
- Any-type File Uploads
- +1 Button on GitHub issues
ZenHub Alternatives & Comparisons
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