Bugfix update released

Just released a rather critical bug fix

  • Fixes Unable to assign issues to Bitbucket users who does not have a Bitboard account


No need for all those permissions!

When I started working on Bitboard, I had grand plans regarding how much Bitboard would be able to manage the user’s repositories. Read more

Today we start charging for multiple boards.

Today I deployed our payment plan. Over the last couple of months, I’ve been debating with myself how many features to implement before introducing paid plans. Read more

Emoji support & server migrations

Just rolled out emoji support in issue descriptions and comments. What it means is that you’re able to write :heart: and have it replaced with the emoji representation when the content is being rendered.  Read more

Deployed a couple of bug fixes

  • A small subset of users was unable to create boards. I fixed this bug today.
  • Comment count is not being updated properly.

Landing page moved to bitboard.app

I managed to get bitboard.app and the plan are to migrate everything to bitboard.app. The reason is that bitboard.app is shorter and that I’ve more than once experienced people thinking that the product is called Getbitboard. So as a first step the landing page is now hosted on bitboard.app. Next up is the application.

@mentions got a lot easier

I just released an update to Bitboard which makes it easier to mention other repository members in a comment or description. Read more

UX improvements, support for anonymous issue reporters and preparations for GDPR

Today I rolled out an update for Bitboard with a couple of changes which I would like to highlight Read more

Fixed bug causing assignee to not always be set

I just deployed a fix for a bug which caused the assignee of an issue not to be set when changed in Bitbucket. It hasn’t affected any boards.

Archived issues are now accessible

Another basic feature has arrived at Bitboard 🙂 It’s now possible to access archived issues. Right now it’s implemented in its most basic form, and I will expand upon it later on.