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  • Discovering Tracker: Cloning Data and Task Templates

    Discovering Tracker: Cloning Data and Task Templates

    Did you know that you can clone your stories and panels in Tracker to make getting things done faster and easier? Or that you can export/import project data via CSV to essentially clone an entire...

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  • Product Design: 3 Key Tips to Keep in Mind When Designing for Accessibility

    Product Design: 3 Key Tips to Keep in Mind When Designing for Accessibility

    The goal of the last episode was to give you solid understanding of accessibility, and all the things you could think about when designing a product with accessibility in mind. But we understand...

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  • Recovering Deleted Stories

    Recovering Deleted Stories

    Losing a story in Tracker is no fun, whether it’s because of a simple mistake or because Bob and his glitchy delete fingers were running amok in your backlog. In either case, we now have a...

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  • Product Design: Why Accessibility Needs to Be Prioritized in Product Design

    Product Design: Why Accessibility Needs to Be Prioritized in Product Design

    When designing products, we think a lot about usability—how easy to use a product is. But we often overlook another aspect of product design: accessibility. So all this month, we’re going to dive...

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  • Epic Renovations: Changing How Epics Auto-Complete (Plus Searchable Epics)

    Epic Renovations: Changing How Epics Auto-Complete (Plus Searchable Epics)

    Since the dawn of time (Tracker), Tracker has marked epics as done as soon as all scheduled stories are done. This meant that epics that contained stories in the Icebox could be marked as...

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  • Improving Accessibility in Pivotal Tracker

    Improving Accessibility in Pivotal Tracker

    Last year at a conference, I attended an open spaces session on accessibility and it really caught my attention. Since then, I’ve been taking steps to help our team build an understanding and...

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  • Startup Funding: What It’s Going to Take to Get That First Check From an Investor

    Startup Funding: What It’s Going to Take to Get That First Check From an Investor

    After what might seem like endless reality checks, I’ve saved the best episode for last! In this week’s episode, we’re going to talk about what it’s going to take to get a yes from an investor.

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  • Getting Started with Agile: Growing Great Agile Teams

    Getting Started with Agile: Growing Great Agile Teams

    In this installment, we’ll begin diving into the four foundational values of the agile manifesto to better understand the reasoning behind today’s most popular agile methodologies.

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  • Getting Started with Agile: Growing Great Agile Teams

    Getting Started with Agile: Growing Great Agile Teams

    In this installment, we’ll begin diving into the four foundational values of the agile manifesto to better understand the reasoning behind today’s most popular agile methodologies.

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  • Preview Party: Previewing Markdown Before Posting

    Preview Party: Previewing Markdown Before Posting

    Tracker customers have been asking for Markdown previews for a while, and we're excited to make good on that request. The latest update features an easy and convenient way to preview your Markdown...

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  • Startup Funding: Why Investors Keep Saying ‘No’ to Your Big Idea

    Startup Funding: Why Investors Keep Saying ‘No’ to Your Big Idea

    Think you’re onto something *big*, and surprised you’re receiving so many noes from investors? It can really make you second-guess yourself, and shake your confidence...but it shouldn’t! Receiving...

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  • Startup Funding: When It Does and Doesn’t Make Sense to Fundraise for Your Startup

    Startup Funding: When It Does and Doesn’t Make Sense to Fundraise for Your Startup

    This week, we’re going to continue our theme and focus on what compels us to think we need to raise capital, like competition heating up, the belief that the business will stop growing, or that...

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  • Changing Group Behavior with Small Actions: Inclusion Thing of the Week

    Changing Group Behavior with Small Actions: Inclusion Thing of the Week

    Combating bias and promoting inclusion in the workplace is something we can all agree needs to happen. The question, then, is how to make progress on it?

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  • How Product Teams Integrate Pivotal Tracker with Trello to Boost Productivity

    How Product Teams Integrate Pivotal Tracker with Trello to Boost Productivity

    Collaboration and sharing information with teammates is essential to successful product management. You wouldn't rely solely on a designer to prioritize your next sprint, would you? Just like...

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  • Startup Funding: How Fundraising Will Impact You in 2018—Whether You Are a Startup Founder or Employee

    Startup Funding: How Fundraising Will Impact You in 2018—Whether You Are a Startup Founder or Employee

    While I’m all for optimism, I’ve also gotta stay true to them theme of Build: debunking myths and misconceptions when it comes to building tech products, companies, and your career in tech! So...

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  • Can Your Iteration Length Change in the Middle of Your Project?

    Can Your Iteration Length Change in the Middle of Your Project?

    Most agile teams work in iterations, especially those teams that follow a cadenced approach, such as scrum. And why not, since an iteration-based approach provides many advantages to teams. But...

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  • Tracker Officially Joins G Suite SAML Apps Catalog

    Tracker Officially Joins G Suite SAML Apps Catalog

    We’re excited to announce that Pivotal Tracker has been added as a supported application in G Suite SAML SSO [Pre integrated apps...

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  • Grooming Your Backlog: Skills Every Product Manager Should Master

    Grooming Your Backlog: Skills Every Product Manager Should Master

    We hosted our final Product Stack webinar of the year last week, “Getting in Shape for 2018: Product Management Best Practices.” You can watch the full video below, and [join the...

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  • How to Succeed in Your First Remote Working Position

    How to Succeed in Your First Remote Working Position

    I don’t know about you, but I cringe at the thought of having to commute. The traffic, road rage, not to mention having to find parking—it was enough to make me throw in the towel seven years ago!

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  • Keeping Your Team on Track

    Keeping Your Team on Track

    One of the most striking things that nearly all highly effective teams have in common is a small—but reasonable—set of clearly defined goals for each iteration. Rather than obsessing over...

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