Clicking Add will allow ZenHub features to run natively in your GitHub user interface.
Native within GitHub
ZenHub is more than “integrated”: it runs natively in GitHub’s interface. Stop context switching with third-party tools and unite your team where they already work: GitHub.
Real-time Task Boards
Manage your projects with powerfully simple ZenHub Boards. Connect multiple repositories in one Task Board – and watch as your issues drag-and-drop to the Closed pipeline!
ZenHub is a full-featured project management tool. Track your velocity with Burndown Charts, integrated file sharing in GitHub, instant +1 peer feedback, a host of shortcuts, and more.
Transform GitHub into a full-featured project management solution. ZenHub’s features display directly in GitHub’s UI.
Organize and visualize entire projects without leaving GitHub: ZenHub’s Task Boards are your team’s project management hub. Boards make organization-wide prioritization simple by connecting several repos in one place, yet adapt to any workflow with powerful filters and a customizable layout.
Help your team achieve sprint goals with ZenHub’s Burndown Charts, populated with your team’s GitHub issues. Stay on track by attaching story points to issues, setting Milestone start and end dates, and visualizing your remaining work.
ZenHub is trusted by industry giants
“Adding ZenHub to our team has resulted in a huge improvement to our workflow.”
Chris Balt, Microsoft
“ZenHub keeps our large and complex set of work streams (across several teams) well organized and clear for production team members and collaborators alike.”
Shezad Morani, NBCNews.com
“We love the simplicity of ZenHub and the transparency it gives to technical and non-technical members of the team. Individual designers, developers, and writers can act autonomously with full visibility into where their work fits in with the rest of the team.”
Ian Yamey, PolicyGenius
“ZenHub adds a product management layer on top of Github that we now can't imagine living without.”
Michael Horn, Craft Coffee
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