|Files||Bee 2.4.2.zip (17.31 MB)|
Name: Bee – Issue Tracking made Native
Release Date: October 15, 2016
Developer: Neat.io Pty Ltd
MAS Rating: 4+
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.9 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Web Site: http://neat.io/bee
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/bee-issue-tracking-made-native/id726099620?mt=12
Bee is a full-featured JIRA client, JIRA Agile client, GitHub Issues client, FogBugz client and a great Markdown editor.
It makes issue tracking simpler, fun and lightning fast. Which means you’re more organized and productive.
Keep all your issues organized and in one place. You’ll always know what you’re working on and what to do next.
Key features of Bee:
• Short List
The Short List lives in your menubar and helps you by intelligently selecting the task you should be working on next.
Bee uses Notification Center to inform you of new comments and new issues coming in from your teammates.
• Smart Lists
Create your own live filters for filtering your issues and viewing them the way you want.
Bee fills in your timesheet for you and automatically uploads it (FogBugz, JIRA, JIRA Agile).
Never worry about keeping that browser window open just to start and stop your issues.
A one-click workflow button for the most common action.
Or you can pick and choose the most appropriate transition for your task.
• Progress Bar
Scrub through your completed issues and view your progress at a glance.
• Live Search
To search, just start typing anywhere.
• Drag and Drop
Drag an item over another to create a sub-item.
Drag an item onto a milestone to assign it that milestone.
(You already know how to use Bee.)
Examine linked images and file attachments directly within comments and descriptions.
• Built-In Browser
View everything you need inside Bee, without being kicked out to your web browser (GitHub).
What’s New in Version 2.4.2:
Fixed: Tabbing and backtabbing from fields now works on macOS Sierra.
Fixed: User notifications with ‘null’ in the body are no longer sent.
Changed: JIRA projects are now listed again in the New List window regardless if they have a corresponding board.