Once upon a time products were mostly built based on in-house code, but with the rise of open source and re-usable components, more and more of the work is delegated to such components. Now, this is a good thing, since it allows developers to focus on the core problem they are solving, rather than a lot of mechanical or repetitive work. Continue reading
Markdown support has just been introduced in MantisHub with our latest release. We chose to implement markdown to provide a simple way for our users to format their text within issue notes and descriptions. Markdown uses simple markup that gets translated into HTML so you can display formatted text in MantisHub. Continue reading
Our customer feedback was that you all wanted the option for simplified updates. We get it, sometimes we just want our emails to get to the point already :). MantisHubs latest release includes some changes to email notifications that we’ve been looking forward to telling you about. Continue reading
Just another way to make your life easier, MantisHub has just rolled out single sign-on support for GitHub and Bitbucket accounts. We know you’ve been waiting for it and now it is a single click away to enable it for all users of your MantisHub! Continue reading
In the natural world the praying Mantis and the Grasshopper are not mates. In fact a grasshopper better run if it sees the Mantis coming :).
Kinda excited about this one! We’ve now re-invented our hugely popular email reporting functionality and it’s been reborn as our MantisHub Helpdesk!
Customers can email your MantisHub Helpdesk email address to report issues straight into your issue tracker. Your customers will be notified via email when issues are updated with public notes or if the issues are resolved, closed, or re-opened.
MantisHub’s latest update has a few hidden gems. One of our favorites is support for @ mentions to loop in your co-workers or customers into conversations around issues. This will triggering notifications that they are mentioned in issues or associated notes.
In line with what all the other cool services are doing (twitter, github, etc) you simply type @joe (where ‘joe’ is the username) in an issue summary, description or a note. Joe will be emailed the note with a link to the issue and content where they were referenced, providing context of what they are being asked to respond to.
The email notifications for mentions has a distinguished subject, so you won’t miss out on items that you need to action. The feature is also extra useful when mentioning someone that wouldn’t have otherwise even got a notification about your new note or issue.
For @ mentions to work for you team, you should follow these guidelines for usernames:
- Don’t use email addresses as usernames. Note that if you use a snappy & short username, login with their email address will still work!
- Don’t use spaces in user names.
More details in our KB article.
MantisHub have now rolled out some updates to our tags feature. Some of which our customers have asked for!
Tags are useful as another way to categorize your issues and with our latest update now you can: Continue reading
“Toggl’s time tracker is built for speed and ease of use. Time keeping with Toggl is so simple that you’ll actually use it.”
The folks at Toggl have created a simple and fast time tracking feature. For companies that need to match time spent against issues, projects and users, Toggl makes it super easy to record and report on time spent.
So MantisHub have just rolled out a new integration with Toggl to put this great tool at your fingertips. Simply install the Toggl chrome extension and you can now record your time when working on an issues with just a click. Continue reading
Did you know you can personalize your MantisHub? We don’t need our name everywhere on your MantisHub. Make it your own by having your company name and logo displayed.