Unfuddle offers project management software and tools to track bugs and other issues. It features a simple drag and drop interface which helps you manage tasks easily in one place.
With this tool, it’s easy to collaborate with team members. You can simply assign them tasks or tickets and monitor their progress. Communicate with them through messages, comments and wikis.
Unfuddle also has a time tracking feature that lets you estimate, plan and monitor your time
The Unfuddle API provides developers with a very simple medium for creating new Unfuddle-based applications or integrating Unfuddle with their existing development workflow.
This is a paid tool but it offers a free trial for 14 days.
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