Whether you are a product developer or a webmaster, you need to keep track of bugs in what you offer and fix them to keep your visitors happy. You can’t possibly catch every bug on your own. Even if you get your visitors involved, you need to have a system to track bugs and their fixes. These 6 bug tracking tools can help:
Really Simple Issue Tracker: lets you create, update, and delete issues quickly. Issues can be bugs, tasks, new features, and more. You can change the state for each issue conveniently.
Quality Control: a powerful theme that turns your WordPress site into a bug tracking system. Users can create tickets, assign statuses, set priorities, and do a whole lot more.
BugHerd: a multi-site bug tracking plugin. BugHerd makes bug reporting easy. It helps you capture client feedback fast. This plugin integrates BugHerd with WordPress.
Bugerator: a simple issue tracking WordPress plugin. You can organize issues, comment on them, and add developers to projects without changing their roles.
Bug Library: adds a bug tracking system to WordPress. Users will be able to display a bug list and allow visitors to submit new ones.
WP Error Fix: this plugin is designed to track WordPress errors related to plugins and themes. Useful if you don’t have resources to start a bug tracking site but still want to fix your WordPress issues your site is experiencing.
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