Teams often use the statuses ‘resolved’ and ‘closed’ for managing their tasks. Depending who you are working with, the terms can take on different meanings.
Resolved vs closed: definitions vary, necessity doesn’t
When every task at work seems imminently important, you need to prioritize. Here are five ways to get your work in order.
How to prioritize when every issue is top priority
Bug and issue tracking is already a challenge, but additional problems arise when teams use different tracking tools for each.
Keep it under one roof: separate bug and issue tracking is a bad idea
Productivity, innovation, and morale are at stake! Learn how to prevent, spot, and destroy work silos with effective team collaboration.
How to spot and eliminate work silos before they’ve gone too far
Managing key stakeholders is crucial to the success of your project. Form positive stakeholder relationships using these four best practices.
Identifying and managing your project stakeholders
Subtasking is a powerful organizational tool in Backlog. Introduce this simple hierarchy to your tasks to keep your entire project more organized.
Master subtasking in Backlog for optimal task organization
Follow these 3 steps to automatically import support emails as new issues within Backlog, and set up an alert to a dedicated Support topic in Typetalk.
Automatically generate Backlog issues from support emails in 3 easy steps
Backlog now has 5,000 enterprise clients! To celebrate, we're giving away some awesome swag and looking back on our success with this fun infographic.
[INFOGRAPHIC] Backlog reaches 5,000 Enterprise clients!