What have we done? Pivotal Tracker Knows

November 20, 2014 Tami Reiss

Today, I took over a project from another product manager. I wanted to see all of the features that had previously been delivered.

In the past, I’ve opened the “Done” tab, expanded all of the past iterations, and read the story titles in the mix of bugs, chores and more.

I figured there had to be a better way. So, I looked at Tracker’s FAQ for search to guide me. I found just what I was looking for.

It turns out that if you put state:accepted -type:chore,bug into the search box, what you get is a panel with all of the stories that are done separated by release marker. (See above)


As a side note, by clicking that little grey button with a navigation cross, the story will be located and highlighted in whatever panel it lives.

What’s your favorite Tracker tip?

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