Attach commits, branches, and merge requests to Stories, and use events to automate your workflow and commit better code, faster.
Monitor issues as they come in, find resolutions to past bugs and get the right people on it without ever leaving Shortcut.
Always know exactly what iteration, launch dates, and backlog your team is working on.
From Velocity and Burndown Charts to Cumulative Flow Diagrams, a rich set of views will help you visualize and track progress from every angle.
I have never met a team that loves their task tracker, period. I hear a lot of unsolicited positive comments about the joy of using Shortcut and very, very few complaints. Shortcut is a perfect balance between structure and usability. It gives us what we need, and there's enough flexibility that we've been able to change our processes a lot and still use Shortcut.Matt Spitz, Head of Engineering
Fast and Snappy: Over 10x faster than other tools. Take that, other tools.
Git Helpers & Event Handlers: Link Stories to commits, branches, and pull requests. Automate processes when you open or merge a branch.
Markdown Support: Add and format comments in a fast, lightweight way.
REST API and Webhooks: Build Shortcut the way you want. It's your Shortcut, after all.
Zoom in and out: Break down silos and provide visibility across multiple Teams and Workflows.
Epics: Collaborate cross-functionally and provide clear visibility across all teams.
Milestones: Customize goals based on releases or quarters to see how work is progressing and what’s coming up.
Iterations: Know exactly what milestones, launch dates, and backlog you're working against.
Spaces: View work and progress across Workflows and product priorities to ensure the team is focused on high-priority work.
Reports: Visualize and track progress from every angle and establish a standard of performance for your team to work towards and improve on.
Code: Attach commits, branches, and merge requests to Stories with GitLab, GitHub and more.
Automation: Use data and events to automate Shortcut Story creation with our Zapier integration or our Outgoing Webhook.
Communication: Use our Slack integration to create new Stories, broadcast Shortcut comments and updates in designated Slack Channels.
Bug: Link to a variety of issue trackers such as Rollbar, Sentry, and more to report, track and squash bugs.
We chose Shortcut because it was a project management platform that could scale my team. It was simple to use and also had the functionality to help with prioritization and collaboration.Arnaud Pichery, VP of Engineering