TutsPlus.com has continued their "Building Your Startup with PHP" series today with this latest tutorial covering the creation of an issue tracking and feature planning process with the help of the Anana service.
Even for a one-person startup, it helps to have more than a spreadsheet (or paper) to track issues, ideas, and bugs. A few years ago, I'd used Lighthouse for my grant-funded NewsCloud Community Starter Project. Last year, I'd been introduced to Asana during a consulting gig.
[...] Eventually, I found my way and discovered the tool works well whether you're working with a variety of people or just solo. In today's episode, I'll walk you through how I began using Asana for Meeting Planner. I use Asana not only to track issues but to organize them and plan for the future. I also use it to track and process bugs.
He walks you through getting started with the service (they have a free tier) and how to set up your first project. He includes examples of task creation, tagging tasks and tracking bugs right inside the service. He then uses it to create a "release plan" for the next version of the Meeting Planner application. He wraps up the post talking about what's next on his side for the Planner application and its funding goals.