What is Kitemaker?
It is a collaboration tool built for designers, engineers, and product managers in remote software development teams. It is based on best-practices that replaces your issue trackers and project management tools.
Kitemaker is a tool in the Project Management category of a tech stack.
Who uses Kitemaker?
- It is super smooth. The fast response times, hotkeys, command palette, and simple-to-use design is easy to fall in love with
- It lets you structure your work with boards, backlogs, roadmaps, and labels. Skip the burn-down charts and build what your users want
- Powerful integrations
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