Free Webinar – Introducing Time Management in YouTrack 4.1

We are pleased to announce our next free webinar, Introducing Time Management in YouTrack 4.1, set to take place Tuesday, November 6th from 15:00 – 16:00 CET (Central European Time).

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This webinar will cover the upcoming YouTrack 4.1 release and will focus on Time Management functionality. We will walk through the process of adding work items, show you how to check your progress at a glance and demonstrate how to check the total time spent working on a feature based upon the time spent to complete sub-tasks. You will also learn more about the improved GitHub integration and Agile Board enhancements.

Register now for this free webinar!
Space is limited and the session is less than one week away.

About the Presenters:
This webinar will be hosted by YouTrack Product Manager, Valerie Andrianova and will feature technical guru Alexander Volfman, Senior Developer in the YouTrack project and time management feature owner.

Webinar Presenters

For more information on YouTrack visit our product page or check out these prior webinars.

YouTrack: The Way It’s Meant To Be
In this webinar we covered project creation, working with issues, both individually as well as in bulks, customizing issues, powerful searches, keyboards navigation and more. Watch this webinar to find out what makes YouTrack different from other issue management systems.

Managing Agile Projects with YouTrack 4.0 (EAP)
In this webinar we review the new upcoming features of YouTrack 4.0 in terms of Agile support, specifically the Scrum board and charts. It is based on the Early Access Program of 4.0 and was a perfect opportunity to get feedback from our users.

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