Faiz Mokhtar
Faiz MokhtarSoftware Engineer, Malaysia

What's the best bug & issue tracking tools for non-technical teams?

Im looking for the simplest tools for non-technical team members to submit any bug, feedback and issues but powerful enough for me to keep track of them. 🤔
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  1. 52
    Taskade for Chrome & Firefox

    Turn your new tab into a team checklist, note, outline ⚡️✏️✅

    John Xie
    John XieSimplicity is the key to brilliance. · Written
    John Xie made this product
    Taskade is simple, flexible, and fun. There are numerous issue tracking and engineering templates available on www.taskade.com/templates that is quick and easy to use to get started.
  2. 24

    Part knowledge base, part collaboration space 🧠

    We are using Nuclino, it's really simple and lightweight, and has a board view for issue tracking. The easiest collaboration tool I've come across.
  3. 20
    Futuramo Visual Tickets

    Requests, feedback and ideas shared visually

    Szymon Kozak
    Szymon KozakGrowth Hacker @Futuramo · Written
    Futuramo Visual Tickets lets your team easily report bugs by uploading screenshots/images and annotating directly on them. No additional description needed - everything is visible at a glance. Image/screenshot + annotation + ticket attributes -> effective issue tracking for developers and non-developers.
  4. 19

    The project management tool that grows with you

    You can solve your problem with Zenkit, especially Kanban view. Set up different stages such as to-do (non-technical team members can submit the feedback or request), in progress(when the dev team is working on issues), test, done, deployed, etc. Put a label on each item to distinguish the type of issue(ex: new feature request, bug, etc.) or label with priority to better keep track on them.
  5. 9

    Unified customer service platform

    Adriano Caheté
    Adriano CahetéUX Designer & FrontEnd Developer · Written
    Since you don't talk about prices or being self hosted, i'd recommend Kayako. It's a helpdesk service who a like a lot, because it's easy to work with it. I don't think they have a demo, but you can start a trial.
  6. Edwin Wee
    Edwin Weechief millennial officer @ stripe · Written
    Great project tracking, even for non-technical teams.
    Milan Chheda
    Milan ChhedaSoftware Developer · Written
    JIRA always. BE technical or non-technical. JIRA has everything for everyone.
  7. 3

    Realtime spreadsheet-database hybrid

    Ayush Mittal
    Ayush Mittal29bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Recently tried Airtable. They have a 'Bug & Issue Tracker' template. Pretty easy to go for and organised well in terms of priority. The preset columns include everything but you can customise should there be a need.
    Sam Dickie
    Sam DickieProduct Manager Maker NoCode & BetaTesta · Written
    I have created a request, bug fixes and improvements workspace within Airtable and a tab for each. When a new item is added the Airtable sends a summary to Slack via their built-in integration letting the team know and better still using Zapier creates a ticket in Trello for the team to pick up based on the severity of label applied to it in Airtable. The only issue is the cost - it's fine with just one user but 'collaborators' soon drive the cost up. If you don't mind sharing your password with the team and all using the same account it can keep the cost down until you can afford their pricing.
  8. 2
    Notion 2.0

    The all-in-one workspace - notes, tasks, wikis, & databases

    To be honest - the most critical aspect of any sort of feature tracking, to-do lists, etc is not the tool but the people who use it. No matter which tool you use people have to diligently and repeatedly update their lists, go through it on a regular basis, clean it up often. With that being said - Notion's tools and features are powerful and customizable enough to let you do what you want. But the neat thing about them is that the features and tools never seem overwhelming, and the minimalist design makes the daily repetitive task for people manually creating and cleaning their lists pretty easy and satisfying to do.
  9. 2
    Kuoll JavaScript Tracer

    See how your users crashed your web application

    Eugene  Stepnov
    Eugene StepnovDoing things at Flatlogic.com · Written
    Eugene Stepnov made this product
    It records visual user actions on the web page with technical details, so you don't need to explain developers the bug itself.
  10. The primary issue customer support teams face is to keep track of customer queries and requests. There is no query that is missed or left unattended and unresolved. Agents can see who is working on what issue and tickets are never lost. This is where ProProfs Help Desk serves as one of the best issue tracking tools for non-technical teams.