Bug Tracker Platform, Features

Experience New Board View

This time, we’ve brought you a wonderful experience by providing the board view in the issue list page. You may now simply switch between the board view and the list view for your issue list.
In the board view, you may now see all of the issues in the form of cards. Hovering over these cards provides info such as the summary, assignee name, created date, tags, and so on. You can also create the issue directly in a particular workflow. You may also drag and drop the cards from one workflow to another. This will help you improve your working efficiency and allow you to resolve issues more quickly. 

Bug Tracker Platform, Features

Bugasura Tour

We’ve added intro screens to the issue tracker to improve your overhaul experience. You will now be able to access the tour in the tracker. The following features will be explained throughout this tour: Projects page, Dashboard left navigation, Teams page, Issue list page, and Board View. You may restart the tour from the left menu at any moment to learn more about any feature on the Bugasura Tracker. 

Bug Tracker Platform, Features

Complete Your Onboarding

You can now complete your onboarding process whenever it is convenient for you. The wizard progress will now be visible in the left navigation bar for those who choose “I’ll do it later.” When you press the button, the wizard will resume where you left off, allowing us to improve your overall experience by completing the onboarding process.

Bug Tracker Platform, Improvements

Revamped Project list page

The project dashboard now has a more user-friendly interface. The team names have been added to the project card to make it more prominent. In addition, instead of labels, icons have been introduced to indicate the project category, such as public/private/contributed. Previously, the issue counts were represented as a progress bar, but now the issue counts are displayed.

Bug Tracker Platform, Improvements

Revamped Edit Issue Pop-up

We have brought some cool user interface changes for you in the issue pop-up. The severity and status of the problem are highlighted in bright colours. You can also view and add the attachments to an issue at any time to provide additional information on it. In addition to these improvements, the summary is now auto-updated after each modification. The option to report a bug via email is now available in the issue pop-up. 

Bug Tracker Platform, Features

Personalized Onboarding

When you sign-up for Bugasura, the experience is more personalized now with an interactive wizard. The wizard has previously focused on ways to simplify your flow and assist you in better understanding the product. However, we’ve improved the experience by allowing the wizard to be customized.
In the wizard, you can perform the following things:

  1. Determine your role, such as developer, designer, etc.
  2. Choosing the challenges you face while executing your work tasks that are particular to your job tasks. You can also add any difficulties you’re having that aren’t covered in the other sections, which will help us comprehend the problem you’re having.
  3. In addition to establishing a project for your team, you can also construct your team’s workflow. You can use a variety of informative tags to make your issues more relevant. You can also invite members of your team to join the team.
  4. Users can view payment plan details and choose which plan they wish to subscribe to in the future, in addition to personalizing the workflow.
  5. After the spectacular interactive wizard, you’ll get an overview of the workflow that you’ve customized for your team.

Bug Tracker Platform, Improvements

Drag and Drop Workflow Builder

The workflows page now has a card view for a better user experience. All workflows that have been added by default will now be displayed in three cards: New, Closed, and In-Progress. You may now quickly adjust the workflow by dragging and dropping other statuses onto any of these cards. You can also add a new status to your existing workflow by giving it a name and selecting a color code.

Bug Tracker Platform, Features

Multi-platform Projects

The platform selection how we had earlier was highly precise, with constraints on choosing device specifics whenever a person selects a certain platform to create a project, such as Android/iOS/Desktop Web, etc., making it impossible for people to showcase the whole device coverage for a single project.
You’ll now be able to create a multiplatform project in which you’ll be able to report issues across platforms without having to include device/system/or other platform-specific details when adding the issue.