BugHerd automatically creates a new GitHub issue when feedback is reported. However, the integration stops there.
Closing an issue in GitHub won’t reflect any change in BugHerd, leaving clients and non-developer teams in the dark about issue resolution.
While BugHerd tasks contain useful info like browser, operating system and viewport, none of that will show up in the actual GitHub issue–only title and description.
Critical information like screenshots, annotations and environment info is missing, forcing developers to juggle between tools for full context.
Native GitHub fields do not sync with BugHerd at all.
This means issues will lack essential project management details like severity, priority, due date, and labels.
Notify guests automatically when your developer closes an issue in GitHub.
Keep client communication organised and stop sending client emails. All conversations will be synced back into your GitHub issues.
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