3 responses to “How to use Gmail as an Issue tracker”

  1. Jeff

    Well, this is quite a different usecase. The whole point of bug trackers is for them to be shared with others and be publicly accessible – not to mention that by using GMail, you are using a proprietary service. While it is free, you are at Google’s mercy. But you know all that already, and I suppose that’s not the point of this blog post :)

  2. Avi Hayun

    This isn’t a very good bug tracking solution.

    But this is a very good way to replace the state where I have a bunch of unread messages, now instead of leaving all not-yet-solved emails as unread, I can just star them like you did.

    I like!

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