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Pivotal Tracker + Runway: make sense of your ticket soup

With so many tickets to keep track of, across multiple projects and teams, it’s inevitable that items get missed or work is shipped without proper validation. Runway helps you cut through the noise, making crystal clear exactly where things stand and giving you full confidence in the body of work you’re shipping.

Tickets in Pivotal Tracker are only half of the picture

It’s release time – do you know where your code is? 🚨 The state of tickets in Pivotal Tracker tell some of the story, but how do you know if corresponding code has been merged, or whether a given build contains the work? Without a single source of truth, teams fall back on taxing back-and-forths over Slack and bouncing between browser tabs. Runway brings everything into one place: at a glance, alongside your Pivotal Tracker work, see commits and PRs, builds, stability info, and more.
Abstract Runway UI showing lots of assorted and important info about a release

Runway’s automatic ticket labeling lets you trust Pivotal

Your entire team is wasting time making sure tickets in Pivotal Tracker have the appropriate label for each release – and, inevitably, some tickets are missed, leading to an incomplete and untrustworthy picture of work. Runway helps you rebuild that trust, by automatically applying the expected labels to any tickets that are missing them, for each and every release.
Pivotal Tracker cards

A clear view of how your release stands, no digging required

Your entire team shouldn’t need to constantly filter through labels in Pivotal to understand what’s happening at a glance on a release level. Runway intelligently shows you exactly what you need to see, with granular filtering and sorting that allows your team to further customize the view as needed.

With Runway, showstoppers are actually showstoppers

Ambiguity around critical fixes leads to more bugs and lower quality overall. With Runway, when you create a bug ticket in Pivotal Tracker and mark it P0 for a given release, it’s clearly highlighted as pending work and will block that release cycle until it’s addressed. The whole team will see live progress as code is written against the bug, as builds containing the fix are created, and as the fix is validated by QA.

Pivotal Tracker + Runway integration highlights

Point Runway to as many projects as needed

If you have your Pivotal Tracker work spread across multiple projects, Runway can pull in tickets from all of them.

Integration is easy and secure

Connecting Pivotal Tracker to Runway takes just a few clicks, and control over the integration stays in your team’s hands, with access and scoping living on the Pivotal Tracker side.

Automatically create and manage labels across projects

Instead of needing to jump across all your Pivotal Tracker projects creating labels for each and every release, Runway automates that for you.

Release better with Runway.

Runway integrates with all the tools you’re already using to level-up your release coordination and automation, from kickoff to release to rollout. No more cat-herding, spreadsheets, or steady drip of manual busywork.