craft integration with pivtracker

[Integration] Craft now integrates with Pivotal Tracker

It’s here! Our new Pivotal Tracker integration is live. Craft users who are also using Pivotal Tracker will now be able to enjoy both worlds through a seamless integration:

Craft’s content-oriented product management for agile teams
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Pivotal Tracker’s powerful project management capabilities

 

You’ll be in good company: IBM and Cornell University synced Craft with Pivotal Tracker and the teams are pretty happy with the results.

Here’s how you can sync your Craft content with Pivotal Tracker:

  • Push stories from Craft to Pivotal Tracker and back
  • Push product requirements and definitions from Craft to Pivotal Tracker and back
  • Ideate, roadmap, sprint-plan, manage feedback and tasks with Craft without giving up Pivotal Tracker’s Workspaces, analytics and enterprise support

craft and pivotal tracker integration benefits

 

Quick & Easy integration setup

Setup in Craft is easy-peasy: got to Tools  (9 dots at the top right) > select Sync and then add the Pivotal Tracker integration to your other Craft integration.

craft and pivotal tracker integration setups

 


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