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Codecks vs Jira
This is what the grown-ups use, they say. Let's see how it compares.
Tasks, stories, bugs vs cards
When you want to create task in Codecks, it's straight forward: just create a card. No need to differentiate between different issue types.
Fewer options for a joyful experience
We limited our set of card properties to just a handful commonly used ones. There's only so much you're going to need, and your team mates will thank you for a much neater interface.
Performance has highest priority
Quickly updating a task can become surprisingly time-intensive as a Jira project grows. This kind of friction will likely lead to frustration within your team. We're at Codecks are dedicated to snappy experience, no matter the size of your project.
Group your work using decks
Codecks uses decks as container for cards. This allows you to create a deck for each feature type to slice your backlog into manageable chunks. Hundreds of cards can be effectifely managed this way and if you feel you need an even higher level of abstraction, Codecks offers a great multi-project support allowing you to manage several projects in parallel or separately.

Let's have a conversation about conversations

Having productive conversations is a corner-piece of any successful project managed by more than one person. This is why we focussed a lot of our attention to nail this part of the process. We have come up with a unique conversation system that is aimed at preventing loose ends.
Each idea deserves their own thread
All too often it happens that people get notified of a comment but are not in a position to reply right away. Hardly any tool approaches this common problem effectively and Trello is no exception. Codecks employs a few ideas to ensure that the no comment gets lost. First off, every conversation happens inside a thread. This not only allows to have separate discussions on a single cards, but also allows you to define who is part of a conversation and whether this conversation can be closed.
Who takes part and did we come to a conclusion?
When creating a conversation, you may select the participants either from a list of common conversation partners or by simply mentioning them in your message. Every participant will get notified of this conversation and Codecks ensures that the conversation comes to a conclusion by regularily reminding all participants of any open conversation. If people feel like they can't contribute any more, they can always opt out.
Highlight important conversations
Even more interestingly, two workflow states are directly bound to conversations. Both, blocking a card and reviews, are initiated by starting a conversation. The card will remain in that highly visible state and send regular reminders to all particpants until the conversation has been marked as resolved.

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