Welcome to our App Bazaar. Here you’ll find integrations, tools and applications shared by members of our user community that extend Tracker’s functionality via the API. If you’ve written something you’d like to share with other Tracker users, please let us know!
Just the Facts delivers your key business metrics (“facts”) to your Inbox every day. Easy, one-time collection of your metrics from your existing cloud services using their simple browser plugin. Monitor your progress through daily emails or their consolidated dashboard.
Use their point and clicker browser plug-in to subscribe to key Pivotal Tracker metrics like Story Points and Velocity. Combine with metrics from services like New Relic and Jenkins for a unified overview of product development.
This Ruby Wrapper for the Pivotal Tracker v5 API is thread-safe and takes advantage of Pivotal Tracker’s API fields parameter to allow eager loading of nested resources by fetching all data in a single request. The gem can exclude unnecessary fields, which reduces response sizes even further. It leverages Virtus to map JSON, and type-casts the values, to Ruby objects. The gem supports read-only access to Pivotal Tracker data.
Dash of Agile is an agile dashboard for your boss. It creates beautiful dashboards that answers all of those questions you’re asked. Every. Single. Day. It syncs Pivotal Tracker data automatically and shows progress, effort, realistic delivery dates for stories and epics, and a whole-heckuv-a-lot more.
Do you ever look at the performance of your team over a series of sprints? Are you following best practices?
Grader helps measure some of the key engineering habits for those using Pivotal Tracker. Using a baseline of over 150 active Pivotal projects, see how you’re doing relative to other engineering teams. Try it for yourself. Or, read the blog first.
Chippy is an iPhone app designed to let Tracker on-the-go users quickly add stories to Tracker without having to monkey with the overhead of other story details. It uses a plaintext description field and story type selection (features, bugs, etc.), then sends the new story straight to the icebox of your Tracker project. Simple and effective.
Planning poker, also called Scrum poker, is a consensus-based technique for estimating, mostly used to estimate effort or relative size of user stories in software development. In planning poker, members of the group make estimates by playing numbered cards in the app, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed, and the estimates are then discussed. By hiding the figures in this way, the group can avoid the cognitive bias of anchoring, where the first number spoken aloud sets a precedent for subsequent estimates.
TimePulse is a complete open-source time tracking, billing and invoicing system. It is flexible and fun to use, yet includes a number of powerful features, like a responsive design, advanced reporting, and support for both invoicing clients and paying contractors. It also integrates nicely with Github and Pivotal Tracker.
Gather user feedback. Easily. Across multiple platforms. For free.
All received feedback is automatically tagged using sentiment analysis and classified as positive or negative. You can also create your own tags to easily group messages. Read their Tracker integration post to learn more.