Issue Trackers

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Definition

An issue tracker records issues customers have experienced with a software product, and it enables support agents, engineers, and managers to track those problems until they have been successfully resolved. Often referred to as a bug tracking system, these tools present an organized way—via tickets—for customer service and product development teams to address issues efficiently while also providing users with timely status updates.

Source: Zendesk

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YouTrack is an issue tracker designed for agile software teams. It's a project management tool that can be adapted to your processes to help you deliver great products. Track tasks and bugs, plan sprints and releases, create workflows, and customize ...
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