Bee syncs with GitHub Issues, JIRA, and FogBugz. You can also use Bee to keep track of your plain text notes.
- Flight Path. Flight Path lives in your menu bar and helps you by intelligently selecting the task you should be working on next.
- Notifications. Bee uses Notification Center to inform you of new comments and new tasks coming in from your teammates.
- Smart Groups. Create your own live filters for filtering your tasks and viewing them the way you want.
- Timing. Bee fills in your timesheet for you and automatically uploads it. (FogBugz and JIRA.) Never worry about keeping that browser window open just to start and stop your tasks.
- Workflow. All your workflow needs are covered. A one-click workflow button for the most common action. Or you can pick and choose the most appropriate transition for your task.
- Progress Bar. Scrub through your completed tasks and view your progress at a glance.
- Live Search. To search, just start typing anywhere.
- Drag-and-Drop. Drag an item over another to create a sub-item. Drag an item onto a milestone to assign it that milestone. (You already know how to use Bee.)
- QuickLook. Examine linked images and file attachments directly within comments and descriptions.
- Built-In Browser. View everything you need inside Bee, without being kicked out to your web browser. (GitHub only.)
- GitHub, trim whitespace from PAT to avoid accidental errors when copying and pasting.
- FogBugz, trim auth token to avoid accidental errors when copying and pasting.
- Smart Pause and Smart Sleep are now enabled by default.
- Smart Pause displays user notifications when it is activated and also when it resumes upon user activity again.
- Rendering of field link tokens when newlines exist.
- Rendering of autocomplete field menu options when newlines exist.
- JIRA, epics are now able to be seen and set again for some JIRA server configurations.
- JIRA, epics on some server configurations were not able to mutated twice in a row.
- JIRA, custom select fields on some server configurations now have options visible again.
OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor