Any suggestions for a good bug tracker?

As we are ramping up our GH development team, we are looking for a good tool for bug tracking, assigning tasks, reporting, etc…

We have used Mantis for some time but I find it unwieldy and graphically hideous.
As we have shifted to mainly cloud tools, it would make sense for us to use a cloud-based app for this too, preferably in the Google eco-system.

Any suggestions ?

I use YouTrack. It’s free for 1-10 members.

This is what McNeel uses, right ?

Yes.

Thanks ! Checking it out.

I’m going to keep an eye on our bugtracker. When Olivier adopts YT, I’m sure our numbers will quadruple in just a week…
-w

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YT is great and works for us, but GitHub and GitLab issue tracking have come a long way.

Hi Luis ! Nice to hear from you !

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FWIW
We use Clickup to not only track bugs but also to manage projects, sprints and more

http://clickup.com

Hi Willem,
We have Smartsheets for project management, but Clickup looks more all-encompassing.
Looks like we missed an opportunity here…

There are many options available nowadays.
We switched from Asana about a year ago so you have that as an option as well

Here are some suggestions for cloud-based bug tracking, task assignment, and reporting tools in the Google ecosystem:

Issue Tracker is a built-in bug tracking and issue tracking tool in Google Cloud Platform. It is easy to use and provides a variety of features, such as bug tracking, task assignment, reporting, and integrations with other Google Cloud Platform services. It is also free to use for up to 5 users.
JIRA is a popular cloud-based bug tracking and project management tool. It provides a wide range of features, including bug tracking, task assignment, reporting, and integrations with other third-party tools. JIRA is not free, but it offers a variety of pricing plans to fit different needs.
Asana is a cloud-based project management tool that can also be used for bug tracking and task assignment. It is easy to use and provides a variety of features, such as task boards, timelines, and calendars. Asana is free to use for up to 15 users.
Einpix is a powerful defect management software that can help businesses of all sizes improve the efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and quality of their defect management process. It is easy to use and affordable, making it a great option for businesses of all sizes. Now we are using this software and you can check website.
Monday is a cloud-based project management and work management tool that can also be used for bug tracking and task assignment. It is easy to use and provides a variety of features, such as customizable boards, automations, and integrations. monday.com is not free, but it offers a variety of pricing plans to fit different needs.

I recommend that you evaluate each of these tools to see which one best meets your needs. You may also want to consider trying out a few different tools before you make a decision.