Waffle’s 2016: Looking back

2016 was one of our best years yet here at Waffle!   We’ve had an exciting year and we want to share with you what we’ve done: We released our WaffleBot for automatic work tracking (more info here) The entire Waffle team traveled to San Francisco to attend GitHub Universe, a multi-day event where attendees get to check … 

 

A New Year, A Better Waffle

Our New Year’s resolution is simple and ongoing: improve the beauty, performance, and functionality of Waffle for our current and future customers. Heading into the new year, we’re taking big steps towards making Waffle a better place for teams to organize and track their work. We Built Smarter, Faster Boards Last year presented its share of … 

 

Free Forever Pricing

From the beginning, Waffle has helped open source projects improve visibility, focus, and collaboration, all for free. Previously, we planned to charge $5 per user per month for unlimited private repositories. We recently launched a new pricing page and announced that Waffle will be free for private repositories, too. Unlimited projects, unlimited collaborators. Curious how Waffle … 

 

Waffle Takeout is Ready for Delivery

Waffle Takeout: Project Management for GitHub, Brought to Your Servers Waffle Takeout provides the same user experience Waffle.io users know and love, ready for you to run inside your enterprise. Waffle Takeout works with both GitHub Enterprise and GitHub.com. We’ve been working with early adopters the last few months to make sure Takeout is ready for broader … 

 

Archiving Cards

For the most up-to-date information, check out our FAQ on archiving cards If you’re team is anything like ours, your “Done” column gets very full very quickly. Waffle automatically keeps cards in your “Done” column (the column for your closed issues) for seven days, which often leads to an overabundance of issues in this single … 

 

Pull Request Configuration

For the most up to date information, check out our FAQ on connecting pull requests to issues and configuring pull requests. Waffle, by nature, plays well with GitHub: tracking issues, updating tags, filtering by milestones, and more. Along these same lines, we recently introduced the ability to configure where your pull request issues populate on … 

 

Sidebar Navigation Tips

Yesterday we launched a new sidebar navigation for all Waffle boards. So far we’ve received a lot of great feedback from our users about the new design. As a developer and user of Waffle, I wanted to share my workflow and motivation behind some of the new sidebar mechanics. The easiest and most efficient way …