Yoke uses basic authentication to get an API token, which is used in the secure REST API calls to Pivotal Tracker. Your password is not stored in Yoke.
You can track the following measures for any project in your Pivotal Tracker project:
A machine learning figures out the typical time taken to update a story, and warns you if a story has been left untouched for longer than usual. Yoke alerts typically indicate a lack of agility in releasing features.
You can query your Pivotal Tracker cards from Slack using slash commands.
The Yoke Auto-Bookmarks Extension turns the stories picked up by your Pivotal Tracker cards into bookmarks in Chrome.
Pivotal Tracker is a great project management tool built specifically for Agile projects. Projects are executed in iterations, and each iteration implements one or more stories. Stories can capture bugs, features, chores and releases.
Yoke automatically identifies the current and upcoming iterations. In a typical Yoke setup,
The Yoke Auto-Bookmarks Extension helps you quickly access stories picked up by Yoke cards.
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