AgileZen and Flowdock – Integration

April 12, 2013

Recently, Rally (our parent company) acquired Flowdock, a collaboration tool for teams. Flowdock includes real-time chat and a shared team inbox that aggregates activity from project management tools, version control systems, operations monitoring, customer feedback channels, etc. We have used Flowdock for some time, and by dogfooding it with AgileZen, have a great understanding of […]

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Beta User Interview: Afrihost

April 8, 2013

This is the first in a series of interviews we are publishing with users of the beta product. Interested in being a part of a user interview? Comment below or email us. Sarel van der Walt, Software and Development Manager at Afrihost Please introduce yourself, your team, and what you’re working on. I’ve been developing […]

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Going Forward

March 22, 2013

Greetings! I’m Jayme Davis, the technical lead on the AgileZen team. I wanted to share some of the plans here at AgileZen about where we are going in the future, and how we are getting there. The Old AgileZen I know many of you love this product. We love it too, and you’re welcome to […]

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Details of Our UI Updates

October 11, 2012

Last Thursday we announced support for public boards and UI updates to the beta AgileZen. Below are the important UI changes that were introduced: Minimized Header A major goal of our product redesign was to simplify and beautify the AgileZen interface and experience. Our latest iteration focused on getting us closer to that goal. The minimized, […]

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AgileZen Beta is Open (and now supports Public Boards)

October 4, 2012

A special thanks to our community for the ongoing support of our beta release. We are happy to announce that signups are now completely open – no invite required. In addition, we have added support for Public Boards – read-only AgileZen boards that are available to share with anyone and everyone. This benefits individuals who are […]

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We’ve integrated with Zapier!

August 1, 2012

Zapier is a great way for users to push data between AgileZen and 60+ other services. Some cool examples you might try: – Sync your help desk software to create cards in AgileZen when new tickets are submitted – Create a new card, task, or comment in AgileZen through email – Set new orders in […]

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Tips for Project Managers – Eleven Top Tips for Active Listening

July 5, 2012

This is a guest post written by Andy Trainer of Silicon Beach Training Effective communication is key to any successful relationship, not least within a project team. As a project manager – or any professional person in business – you need to really listen to what those around you are saying. Improving your listening skills […]

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We’re Hiring a Designer!

June 28, 2012

We’re hiring a designer – check  out the full job description below: The AgileZen team is seeking a full-time designer to join us in the Raleigh office of Rally Software. AgileZen is simple and easy-to-use project management software aimed at small teams across multiple markets. We are a small, cross-functional team that collaborates heavily and […]

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AgileZen’s New Office

June 27, 2012

As of Monday, Rally Software’s Raleigh office has moved in to Pilot Mill – a historical cotton mill refurbished in to beautiful office space. Our new space is adorned with exposed brick, large windows, and a great outdoor space (visible in the photo below). Once the proverbial dust settles, we’ll show-off some additional pictures.

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Features of the New AgileZen

June 8, 2012

We’ve had quite a few requests to detail the feature set of the new AgileZen. Here it goes: Real-Time Collaboration happens in real-time. Regardless of whether you’re working face-to-face or remotely, the best work happens when people work together at the same time. The current version of AgileZen enhances team collaboration, but lacks the real-time […]

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