Jira is a very popular project management software and bug reporting tool. Adding BugHerd makes it easy for your clients and team to give feedback and create bug reports for websites and apps.
Simplify visual feedback for your clients with BugHerd and boost your team reporting with Jira's powerful project management capability.👇
Both BugHerd and Jira can be described as a bug reporting tool. However, the way they're designed and who they're designed for differs radically. Learn more about how to use Jira software for resolving bugs, with the help of BugHerd.
BugHerd provides a simple way for your team and clients to track bugs and provide feedback on web projects. It has a point and click interface, making it easy for even non-technical users to master.
Even if you use Jira software as your main source of project management, BugHerd makes it very easy for anyone outside your team (particularly non jira users) to provide feedback without the need for a Jira account. Plus BugHerd makes it easy to resolve bugs and action feedback by providing the information you need for fixing bugs in the BugHerd task. Technical information such as the browser, operating System, even the element the feedback is attached to is captured in BugHerd. Plus, all the relevant details can be easily turned into an issue in your Jira software. Same reported bugs, simply captured by BugHerd, but now in the jira workflow your development teams love.
So how can you use BugHerd as a simple bug reporting tool for your Jira software? To help out, we've answered the most commonly asked questions about tracking bugs through the bug life cycle using both BugHerd and Jira.
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