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What is a bug tracking tool?

Agile software development teams use bug and issue tracking software to log and track bugs found in the software they’re building. The bugs are typically found by the testing or quality assurance teams, however, it is encouraged that testing be done by the entire team and at times even by the customer. The best bug and issue tracking software takes this into consideration and allows for new bugs to be logged through emails that are sent by end-users. Good bug trackers give a snapshot view of all open issues, allowing for developers and testers to know exactly what work is left and how much time they’d need to allocate in each sprint for bug fixes.  


What are the best tracking software fetaures?

The best bug tracking software allows for your entire team to collaborate and work together. It is essentially an agile project management tool built for a development team, allowing for all aspects of a software development project to be logged and tracked. From user stories and new features to bugs and issues, the best issue tracking tools should provide a holistic view of the entire project.

FogBugz for bug tracking

In addition to scrum and Kanban boards, the entire project backlog is maintained within FogBugz so teams collaborate better to plan and deliver across new features and open issues. Bugs are easily logged without having to go through extensive workflows and unnecessary processes.

FogBugz Bug Tracking Kiwi
The founder of Trello and Stackoverflow, Joel Spolsky built FogBugz so development teams could maximize the time spent on creative code writing and minimize the effort in management overhead


Log and track bugs and open issues


Bugs and issues are referred to as cases within FogBugz. You can easily create cases to capture bugs and issues and enter details relevant to the issue such as description, screenshot, version and priority. Unlike other bug tracking software Fogbugz does not use severity and instead uses a global priority scheme across all projects, bugs, and features, so that all team members can always work down their list of cases in order of priority.


Bug Tracking Backlog Screenshot


Having bug submitters enter severity and priority of a bug would increase the amount of thought and work it takes to enter and manage that bug. We have minimized the number of fields end users have to deal with when entering data across FogBugz. Reducing data entry, combined with process and workflows makes FogBugz perfect for high-performing teams looking to optimize their development process by increasing team velocity and output. 


Adding sub cases to bugs and issues


You can add subcases to existing bugs you’re tracking to create a logical flow of open issues. 
Sub Cases for Better Bug Tracking

Stay organized by adding tags to cases

FogBugz lets you keep your bug tracking organized by adding tags to cases and wiki articles. Easily create filter views to get a listing of all tagged cases.
Filter Bugs and Cases View

Notifications and Alerts 

With FogBugz you will always be on top of cases and bugs assigned to you. You will see notifications for assignments and modifications. If a new case is opened or bug is captured, you will be notified of it, in addition to any changes made to wiki articles that you’ve subscribed to. 
Bug and Issue Notification



FogBugz as helped us work more efficiently by managing critical tasks and issues for our web team. Its customizable interface made it easy to integrate into our workflow with a low learning curve. FogBugz has allowed us to centralize issue collection and assignment, freeing up our developers to do what they do best.

Angela C. Buraglia



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