Don't just settle for a status update of an issue. Know the progress of an entire feature, in real-time, across every discipline.
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What if you never had to worry about aligning members from every team on a common goal? With Feature Tracking, you can do just that with none of the hassle.
What's the easiest way to align team members? By having a prioritized set of features, with a defined duration and an owner in place. Zepel lets you plan your roadmap with simple drag-and-drop cards and keep everyone on the same page.
Never miss a usecase in your feature. Plan every step of your feature by breaking it down into user stories, enhancements, bugs, tasks, and subtasks at the speed of thought.
You need members from multiple teams to build a solid feature. Zepel lets you track progress with a dedicated Board for every team involved, so you never have to run around attending several meetings.
Every team has a process that works for them. Whether you use Sprint or Kanban, you need to spend majority of your time building, not babysitting the tool. Zepel fits right into your workflow without any messy configurations, so you don’t have to change your way of working.
When you are a week away from shipping, you need to know the progress of the feature across Dev, QA, and every other team. Progress in Zepel lets you track features in real-time, across every discipline.
Unearth opportunities and track how members of your team are progressing in the project. With burnup, burndown, cumulative graph, and activity feeds, everything you need to know is just a click away.
“Tracking projects, assigning tasks to the team, setting due dates, quick follow up, adding comments and descriptions are made easy with Zepel.”
“Being a small startup, we found most existing tools too complex for our needs. We sought a project management solution that was simple but, efficient and found our perfect fit with Zepel.”
“Every tool that I have previously used to organize my projects has had some amount of learning curve. Zepel has had me spending more time thinking and planning my tasks rather than learning up the product.”