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Dan Podsedly
Productivity

Velocity Matters

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Last week, we made a slight tweak to how velocity is calculated in Pivotal Tracker, to handle team strength overrides in a simpler, more explainable way. As a result, if your project has an adjusted team strength in a recent iteration, you may be seeing a slightly different velocity. Read more...

Joanne Webb
Productivity

The Viewer Role: Giving Read-Only Access to Your Projects

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There are times when you might want to invite someone to your project but only give them read-only privileges in it. You might also want to change an existing project member’s access so they can see your project but not add stories or make changes to it. Also, read-only project members don’t count against plan collaborator limits for an account. Read more...

Ronan Dunlop
Integrations

Leftronic: Not Just a Pretty Face

Leftronic has produced a really nice clean dashboard to view all your company’s data in one place. Real-time data beautifully organized and rendered. View info from Google Analytics and Adwords, Zendesk, Amazon Web Services, New Relic, Salesforce, Pingdom, Mail Chimp and more on one customized screen. Read more...

Joanne Webb
Productivity

Using Epics for Your Project

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We recently launched epics, to make it easier to plan and track progress of large features at a high level. Whether you are in the early stages of defining your product or have a Pivotal Tracker project you are working in already, epics can help you manage your work more effectively. In this article, we’ll show how to create epics, for a hypothetical shopping site project. Read more...

Dan Podsedly
News

Pivotal Tracker Maintenance This Saturday, Mar 31

We’re moving Pivotal Tracker to a new, faster database server with solid state drives tomorrow, and performing some other maintenance that requires downtime. To minimize disruption during work hours in as many parts of the world as possible, we’re planning this maintenance for tomorrow, Saturday, March 31, at 9am Pacific, and we anticipate it to take approximately one hour. Read more...