One of the core rules of Pivotal Tracker is that all stories should be written to be user acceptable. This means all stories should be written with the end-user in mind, and what value will be delivered to them. With bugs, this means describing the problem a user encountered, expected behavior, and what you need to fix to make them happy again.
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10 reasons I like Pivotal Tracker.
- It’s free.
- It’s hosted.
- It’s a joy to use. It’s the iPod of project management software. It’s all drag-and-drop and clickity-clack and it just works.
- It’s multi-user. Your co-founder in North Korea can make changes in Tracker and you will see them instantly. No page reloads.
- It’s for lean startups. The building block in Tracker is a story: an increment of customer value that you deliver with minimal waste.
- It’s about completing your next most important task—not maintaining mile-long to-do lists, Gantt charts, and lists of bugs.
- It’s transparent. Everybody on the team knows what everybody else is working on, their priorities, and their accomplishments.
- It’s in sync with reality. It doesn’t take time to keep your requirements and schedule in sync with reality, even if your business priorities change daily.
- It doesn’t do much. No, it doesn’t do dependencies and critical paths. It just keeps you focused on delivering value to customers.
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I really admire this one a Pivotal Tracker Chrome Extension the Pivotal Lab just want our lives easier and simpler just by having a add-on on our browsers this is great and also for further ideas I’ve found this in Goolge the Pivotal Tracker Third Party Tools , that’s the reason why I can say that this agile software is the best.
Tutorial Video on how Pivotal Labs makes our life easier