ZenHub is #5 in Top 18 Issue Trackers
Agile Project Management inside GitHub. ZenHub is more than “integrated”: it runs natively in GitHub’s interface. Stop context switching with third-party tools and unite your team where they already work: GitHub.
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#5 in Top 18 Issue Trackers
The best alternatives to ZenHub are: JIRA, GitHub, Trello, Asana, Zendesk, Gitlab
Latest news about ZenHub
2021. Project management service ZenHub raises $4.7M
ZenHub, the GitHub-centric project management service for development teams, has raised a $4.7 million seed funding round. It also has launched its newest automation feature, which makes it easier for teams to plan the development sprints, something that is core to the Agile development process but often takes a lot of time and energy — something teams are better off spending on the actual development process. ZenHub is also going to build a new feature that will automate some parts of the software estimation process, too, by launching a new tool that will help teams more easily allocate story points to routing action items so that their discussions can focus on the more contentious ones.
2015. ZenHub connects its project management service to GitHub Enterprise
ZenHub, a service that helps engineering teams manage their GitHub projects through Trello-like drag-and-drop task boards, was previously only available for regular GitHub accounts. Starting now, however, enterprise users who use the on-premise GitHub Enterprise service, will also be able to use ZenHub. This new enterprise version of ZenHub is one of the first collaboration and project management service that integrates directly with GitHub Enterprise. GitHub — and Git in general — is seeing rapid adoption in the enterprise. There are now a number of services on the market, including startups like waffle.io (which also works with GitHub Enterprise) and some of Microsoft’s and Atlassian’s tools, that offer project management services for Git. What makes ZenHub stands out is its direct integration with GitHub Enterprise, so that developers don’t have to switch back and forth between even more different tools than they already do.