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Steve Lichtenstein

Product Stack Denver—Panel

As promised, here is video of the panel discussion from our Product Stack event in Denver last week, emceed by Jay Zeschin, and featuring Jim Semick of ProductPlan, Dan Podsedly of Tracker, Jess Sherlock of GoSpotCheck, Aaron Duke of CirrusMD, and Kevin Steigerwald of Notion. Read more...

Sara Hill

Updates to Story Activity

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When you’re working with your team in Tracker, discussions can move quickly and cover a lot of ground. They evolve as people ask questions about the requirements of a story, share updates on their work, sync their git commits, add attachments, and more. Read more...

Steve Lichtenstein

Product Stack Denver—Keynote

Our first Product Stack event in Denver was a huge success! A large crowd of PMs and the PM-curious came out for a keynote from Jay Zeschin, CTO of Ello, as well as the full panel discussion. (There may have been some mingling and boozing as well; unconfirmed.) Here’s the full video of Jay’s talk about inflection points. Read more...

Jeremy Jarrell

Three Ways Product Managers Can Help with a Great Iteration Planning Meeting

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A great iteration planning meeting (IPM) sets the tone for the entire iteration. Your team leaves the session energized, excited, and with a clear picture of how to hit the ground running in the new iteration. But, what if things don’t go as well as you’d hoped? Then your team will leave the session tired and frustrated. They will leave without a clear idea of how to get started on their new set of work. They may even leave without any idea of what their goal for the next iteration even is. Read more...

Ronan Dunlop

Three Panel Tips That Will Make Your Work More Visible

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One of the main reasons people enjoy and stick with Tracker is that at heart, we’re a relatively straightforward to-do app for software teams. By keeping the features you need to get your job done—and only the features you need—at the forefront of the app, we ensure that teams new and old aren’t confused or distracted by the tool that’s there to facilitate the work. Read more...

Dan Podsedly

Introducing Tracker Enterprise

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Pivotal Tracker powers modern software teams that are highly collaborative, cross-functional, and which ship continuously. It’s given countless companies the predictability and transparency they’ve needed to transform their development process and stay competitive in a world full of disruption. Read more...

Steve Lichtenstein

Product Stack Denver—An Event for PMs

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We’re bringing the Product Stack to the mile-high city on May 2! Don’t miss this exciting product management event! The Product Stack is a coalition of product manager allies—from ProductPlan, Pivotal Tracker, and Notion—focused on helping PMs build customer-centric products through successful product planning, more efficient sprint execution, and clearer insight into the metrics that matter most. Read more...

Lisa Doan

New Project Permissions

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Over the years, we’ve received a lot of feedback from users about the difficulty of joining projects. Previously, only Project Owners or Account Admins could add users to a project, which put the burden of managing the project memberships of many on just a few users. Read more...

Steve Lichtenstein

Case Study: Guild Education

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From their offices in Denver, CO, Guild Education partners with companies nationwide to expand the educational opportunities offered as part of their benefits package. Working with nonprofit universities that specialize in supporting working adults, Guild offers classes, programs, and degrees intended to help employees grow in their career. Read more...