In August, we retired time lost and bugs in favour of simpler ways to prioritise issues: priority & effort estimates, as well as team upvotes.
But the coolest feature we shipped last month is letting you browse & interact with issues directly from your editor.
Let's look at how to view, upvote, and mark issues as resolved with Stepsize.
By default, issues are sorted by priority.
This makes it easy to see the top issues in your codebase and plan their resolution.
And you can use the filters to zero in on specific issues you care about.
You can see all the details about any issue, including the code.
Click on any piece of code to open it directly, see what needs to be fixed, and mark it as resolved once it's been fixed.
Inline annotation now open up the issues directly in your editor instead of your browser.
It's easier than ever to prioritise issues that get in your way while you work: simply upvote them and review the most upvoted issues during planning!