What is ZenHub?
ZenHub is a lightweight browser extension that adds a powerful set of features directly into GitHub's UI.
ZenHub is a tool in the Kanban for GitHub Issues category of a tech stack.
Who uses ZenHub?
62 companies reportedly use ZenHub in their tech stacks, including Web Site - MovieLaLa.com, Livestorm, and Bepro Company.
120 developers on StackShare have stated that they use ZenHub.
Why developers like ZenHub?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use ZenHub
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose ZenHub in their tech stack.
- Multi-Repo Task Board Support
- ToDo (private to-do lists)
- Slack integration
- Burndown Charts
- Time Estimations
- Kanban-like Task Boards
- Any-type File Uploads
- +1 Button on GitHub issues
ZenHub Alternatives & Comparisons
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