With GitHub’s open-source projects, developers from all over the world can collaborate on projects they’re passionate about. But if you’re a project manager, that might sound like a bit of a nightmare. Here’s how Unito’s GitHub-Asana integration can help you out.
Struggling to hit your goals? With SMART goals, you can make sure success is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. Learn how you can create your own SMART goals.
Are you aching for a way to visually represent your work? Maybe you need to see all the flows you’ve built in a simple diagram? Well with Unito’s workflow designer, you can do that and more.
Are your projects a mess? Before you set up your first Unito workflow, you should make sure only the right information goes from one to the other. Find out how you can do that with Unito’s rules.
The Agile methodology uses sprints, two-week periods where developers crush tasks. But how do developers — and their leaders — figure out what they should focus on each sprint? Find out what sprint planning is, how it works, and get a free template for doing it yourself.
Your developers and their leaders might love Jira, but not everyone does. What are you supposed to do when the rest of the organization runs on Asana? Leave your developers trapped in a tool silo? Not exactly.
Your developers need to collaborate closely with the rest of the organization to succeed. But when everyone’s in their own tool, that can be really difficult. Here’s how you can use Unito to optimize your coordinated development workflow, despite the tool differences.