We’ve connected Aha! with JIRA and it’s how the dev team gets tickets. We were using another tool before Aha!, but the cool thing is with how we connect it to JIRA. Now, someone outside the product management team can see everything from a high level all the projects we have going on. We have a screen we share with everyone so, for example, the sales department knows when we are going to release a new feature before it happens and it’s so easy to use.
Marketing Director - ForceManager
We all use JIRA. We found this new tool Aha! that complemented what JIRA has. We use that for top-level roadmapping. It is something that is not very developer-focused on bugs and features. We link it with JIRA and the two put together give us a good picture. Most work is catalogued in JIRA. We just evolved into using JIRA. We used to use Todoist or just a spreadsheet. These things don’t scale when you want to have issues categorized along multiple levels so JIRA is heavy enough, but it has lots of integrations and can handle it.
Founder & CEO - Postman
AHA! is an idea and bug tracking tool, complementary to Pivotal Tracker. It is a great place to exchange ideas; employees and users can also both report bugs in it. It doesn’t have good project management tools, though, so we have to then convert ideas and bugs into tickets in Pivotal Tracker.
Co-founder & CEO - Smiletime
Aha! Ideas is great for collecting ideas for new features.
Co-founder & CIO - Enplug
Aha! is a smaller product development tool that we use to track initiatives and incoming company ideas provided by non developmental or engineering employees. It was our original project development tool but lacked the integrated codebase and the ability to build out test cases, so we migrated to JIRA.
Founder & CEO - Kargo
1%Stacklist Startups Are Using Aha!
Aha! is a cloud-software that help users to manage product creation by enabling them to set strategy goals, create and share visual roadmaps, and report on progress.
Visit the website: http://www.aha.io/