Pivotal Tracker Resources

Proven project management for agile teams

  • A Case Study in Iterating Lean: Reviews

    A Case Study in Iterating Lean: Reviews

    We hear it all the time: to build impactful products, follow the build-measure-learn feedback loop. But while that sounds clear in theory, it can feel very fuzzy in practice. Tracker would like to...

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  • The motivation behind the latest GitHub integration updates

    The motivation behind the latest GitHub integration updates

    We’ve made some changes to our GitHub integration and would like to explain our motivations behind this work.

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  • Notice of Updates to the Tracker Subprocessor List

    Notice of Updates to the Tracker Subprocessor List

    This announcement updates you on changes to the Pivotal Tracker subprocessor list, in compliance with the GDPR.

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  • Getting Started With Agile: Responding to Change Over Following a Plan

    Getting Started With Agile: Responding to Change Over Following a Plan

    In this installment, we’ll discuss how you can learn from your product development process so your team can benefit from that learning along the way.

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  • Managing Reviews Made Simpler!

    Managing Reviews Made Simpler!

    With the release of our newest major feature (Reviews), we’ve received a record amount of feedback from users like you! We’re using all of this fantastic feedback to shape how Reviews will evolve...

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  • Pivotal Tracker and Slack: Project Updates Just Got Easier

    Pivotal Tracker and Slack: Project Updates Just Got Easier

    Tracker and Slack both help you communicate and get things done with your team. Tracker is changing how teams build software and Slack is where work communication happens. That’s why we’ve built a...

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  • Using Tracker to Communicate Epic Hypothesis Statements

    Using Tracker to Communicate Epic Hypothesis Statements

    By directing casual users to a list of epics, we have found that they can stay informed about the product team’s progress without getting mired in the details of the Features backlog. And they are...

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  • Spotting the Dark Matter Tasks on Your Team

    Spotting the Dark Matter Tasks on Your Team

    Ever get the feeling that your team is working on more than what’s actually in the backlog? Even with the best laid plans, there are still many tasks that can lie between the cracks, distracting...

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  • Using Reviews to Scale Whose Work is Represented

    Using Reviews to Scale Whose Work is Represented

    Tracker believes that software is a team sport: handoffs kill context and turn us into assembly line robots. We have specifically designed Reviews to be completed in parallel with each other and...

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  • Vanity Metrics: They’re Not Just for Your Product

    Vanity Metrics: They’re Not Just for Your Product

    While vanity metrics are often associated with your product, that’s not their only use. In fact, vanity metrics crop up in all aspects of product development, including in your product development...

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  • 3 Simple Actions to Be a Better Ally and Create an Inclusive Workplace

    3 Simple Actions to Be a Better Ally and Create an Inclusive Workplace

    In today’s episode, we’ll share simple actions you can take to help you get started as an ally!

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  • Discovering Tracker: Customizing Your Unique View

    Discovering Tracker: Customizing Your Unique View

    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,...

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  • How Being an Ally Can Help You Create an Inclusive Workplace

    How Being an Ally Can Help You Create an Inclusive Workplace

    Wondering what it is and how to be a better ally? Well in today’s episode, we’ll cover what allyship is and how it can help you build a more inclusive company.

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  • Setting a Goal for Your Iteration

    Setting a Goal for Your Iteration

    Too often, the set of stories that teams select for their iteration has no overarching theme or focus. In fact, while these stories may be individually valuable, at times their selection can...

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  • 5 Best Practices for Keeping a New Product On Track

    5 Best Practices for Keeping a New Product On Track

    When you start building a new product, you have the best of intentions to revise old processes and move away from bad habits. But it’s easier said than done. So this week, we’re going to share...

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  • Why You Should Build a Brand-New Product Instead of Rebuilding or Redesigning One

    Why You Should Build a Brand-New Product Instead of Rebuilding or Redesigning One

    If you’ve been building a product for a while, you know it’s natural to start accruing tech debt and product debt. And there comes a point when it becomes really hard to add new features without...

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  • Creating Bridges in Tech: RailsBridge Workshops for Underrepresented Minorities

    Creating Bridges in Tech: RailsBridge Workshops for Underrepresented Minorities

    RailsBridge has been around since 2009, when it was born out of a desire to increase women’s presence in the Ruby community of San Francisco. RailsBridge events are one-day workshops that offer...

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  • Creating Bridges in Tech: RailsBridge Workshops for Underrepresented Minorities

    Creating Bridges in Tech: RailsBridge Workshops for Underrepresented Minorities

    RailsBridge has been around since 2009, when it was born out of a desire to increase women’s presence in the Ruby community of San Francisco. RailsBridge events are one-day workshops that offer...

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  • Prioritizing Across the Themes in Your Product

    Prioritizing Across the Themes in Your Product

    While it may seem surprising, simply increasing the size of an already successful team is not guaranteed to increase that team’s success and it may even put that team’s chances of future success...

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  • Prioritizing Across the Themes in Your Product

    Prioritizing Across the Themes in Your Product

    Prioritizing a single set of work for your team can be hard; prioritizing work across multiple sets of work can be nearly impossible.

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