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Ronan Dunlop
Productivity

Product Stack Webinar: Product Management’s Role in a Modern Cross-Functional Team

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Join us for a panel discussion on product management’s role in modern cross-functional teams as the Product Stack welcomes Heidi Helfand, Director of Engineering Excellence from Procore Technologies and author of the book Dynamic Reteaming, along with Agile Coach Jennifer Payne from ProductPlan, Product Manager Hadrien Raffalli from Pivotal Tracker, and VP of Products and UX Kevin Steigerwald from Jama Software. Read more...

Nathan Swain
Productivity

Customizing Your Tracker Experience

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Tracker’s interface is designed to provide a customizable experience to suit the needs of various roles and needs. This post will help ensure you’re getting the most out of Tracker, with features such as resizing and rearranging panels, cloning panels, splitting/combining current and backlog, pinned searches, workspaces, and more. Read more...

Joel Montvelisky
Community

How to Integrate Testing into an Agile Workflow with the PractiTest and Pivotal Tracker Integration

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No one can doubt that today, most companies and industries already firmly embrace agile for their planning, development, and operations processes. But one of the last questions that remains unanswered when moving to agile is, “What to do with testing?” To put it simply, organizations do not really know how, with whom, or when to do testing when they switch over to agile, and so the question lingers: What is the agile testing workflow? Read more...

Nathan Swain
Updates

Tiny Icon, Much Passion!

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Tracker recently experimented with our browser tab favicon, with the primary purpose of introducing a new feature to show if you have unread in-app notifications. While doing so, we also altered the look of the icon and Tracker logo. Wow, did we ever receive passionate feedback about that! We definitely took that feedback seriously. Read more...