Track your issues and pull requests with the new GitHub dashboard

We’ve added a new integration to our growing list of tools that we support. In addition Jira, Trello, and Pivotal Tracker, you can now get a sleek dashboard for your GitHub issues too!

GitHub, a web-based hosting service for software development projects is the most popular code repository site for open source projects and an increasing number of businesses are also choosing to host their code at GitHub.

Use TV mode to display project status on a big screen

Our favourite use case of Screenful is rotating the dashboard on a TV screen at the office. We believe that such screens can play an important role in communicating status and visualising progress. While there’s plenty of data collected in your task management tool, the fact is that not everyone logs into those tools on a daily basis. That’s what the TV mode is for, taking data out of the tools and putting it on a wall so that people can’t avoid seeing it.

Gain bird's-eye view on your projects with the new Task Status screen

Have you ever had the feeling that you’ve lost the visibility to all the projects that you’re managing? Do you know how many of them have tasks that are delayed? Do you know whether each of your employees have enough work assigned to them? Does someone got too much? These are some of the questions we wanted to answer for with our new Task Status screen.

Introducing Aggregate Reports: Track metrics over multiple Trello/Jira/Pivotal boards

Sometimes it can be hard to stay track of your work if your tasks are scattered over multiple boards. This can happen if you’re working on multiple projects at once, or if your projects are split into multiple separate boards. Worry no more, we’ve just released a data aggregation feature, which allows you to track and visualise activity over multiple boards.

4 ways to scale your Trello workflow to multiple boards

Figuring out the best way to manage your projects with Trello requires some creativity. There are no projects, features, or epics in Trello. Instead, you have cards, lists, and boards. But usually that's just enough to create a workflow to match your needs. With a single board, you organise your cards into lists. That's straightforward. But what to do when you have more lists than can conveniently fit on a single Trello board?