How to use Donedone @GetDoneDone #WebToolsWiki

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From planning, to coding, to testing, to customer support, DoneDone is the refreshingly simple issue tracker. Your clients and development team will love it.
It has a crystal clear workflow. The hallmark of DoneDone is our time-tested approach to issue tracking. DoneDone issues make it clear who’s responsible. Plus, our simple workflow, easy filtering, and release builds are a seamless fit with most companies.
It also provides flexible Issue Management.
Manage your issues whatever way works best for you. DoneDone allows you to view a list of issues, see individual activity from any day, or gather quick reports.
DoneDone is the only issue tracker which pushes real-time notifications straight to your browser. Focus on your work instead of your inbox.
Coordinate issue testing with your current migration workflow. Release builds let you message your team and batch issues for testing in one-click.
Use popular services like Github, Beanstalk, and Bitbucket to sync your commits and pushes with DoneDone.
Take a step back and see how the team is doing across multiple projects. Slice issues by project, priority, fixer, tester, or status.
After your project releases, customer feedback is just beginning. Use Public Issues to manage customer support right within DoneDone.
DoneDone works great on mobile and tablet devices including the iPhone, iPad, and Android.

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