All-in-one project tracking software

Backlog is a software development tool that has everything your team needs to organize, build, and release software.

  • Manage projects better

    Get a better handle on project management by organizing all your tasks, files, and code in one place. Visualize and prioritize work to complete important milestones on time.

    See how projects run on Backlog »

  • Perfect code together

    Code review tools such as inline comments and differences view come with every pull request. Create a review process specific to your team that improves the quality of your code.

    Improve code collaboration with Backlog »

  • Resolve issues faster

    Identify and assign issues within your team for requests, ideas, bugs, and more. Post comments to start a conversation and @mention someone when you need their feedback.

    Learn about issue tracking on Backlog »

Manage your code and documentation next to your projects

Review, document, and release code all in one place.

  • Git & SVN

    Host your code with confidence. Backlog provides private, web-based Git and Subversion repositories for every project you create. Work on code as a team while having a full history of commits to trace changes.

  • Wikis

    Bring version control to your documentation. Have a record of all wiki changes to compare or restore previous versions at any time. Backlog's editor supports markdown, source code, Cacoo diagrams, and more.

An issue tracker with Git and project management features

  • Tasks

    Turn large projects into manageable tasks for each member of your team.

  • Diff View

    Quickly spot changes in a repository with a side-by-side view of the code.

  • Gantt Charts

    Visualize your timeline with a quick, high-level view of your entire project.

  • Custom Fields

    Create custom categories for user stories and sprints to fit your workflow.

  • Milestones

    Differentiate phases within projects and keep your milestones on schedule.

  • Jira and Redmine Importer

    Backlog provides step-by-step instructions on how to move your data from Redmine.