Looking to extend your app’s functionality, find potential partners or reach out to new potential user base? Connecting your software to other products present startups all these possibilities. As well as challenges – integrations sometimes create unexpected competition and higher expectations from users. This is the 1st introductory blog post about integrations, APIs, SDKs, integration partnerships and marketing from our startup TrackDuck perspective. That means, we will be mostly using as examples TrackDuck integrations, like integration with Trello.
When you first turn on JIRA it looks quite simple. You get the basic project with a straightforward To-Do → In Progress → Done workflow. However, once you go into the settings you can feel overwhelmed with possibilities that all JIRA products have to offer. Also, it’s hard to start with customizations when all you want is a working PM tool. This can force you to stick with default workflows or move to a lot simpler project management tools. However, i would argue that it’s really worth to go deep into the settings and adjust JIRA to better fit your company needs. Doing so you will make your processes more clear and efficient. Here’s few things that will help you get the most out of your JIRA now.
Today is the day: TrackDuck launches an integration with StartHQ, a browser add-on to search across all your cloud apps within one query only. Now you can search for TrackDuck issues and comments directly through a StartHQ Search.
StartHQ is a free browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera browsers that allows users to search across all cloud apps such as Gmail or Dropbox in one click. Once installed, the StartHQ extension replaces a new tab in your browser with a StartHQ’s search page, similar to the Google’s one. The main difference is that it conducts searches not in the web, but in your cloud apps that you have given a permission for StartHQ to access.