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The dreaded scenario

Ugh, not this scenario again. Yep. It’s 16:59.59 Friday evening; your fellow co-workers are heading for the door but you aren’t. Why? Because you are stuck at your desk desperately searching for an old bug report: your boss has sent an urgent bug report that looks vaguely familiar.

What was it titled again? Was it tagged “critical” or “urgent” for checkout?

Each of the above systems struggles to track exactly what needs to be done on any particular screen at any given moment.

Once you have chased down what needs to be done, you find yourself jumping between email messages, chat logs and wiki pages, like some made forensic scientist, to piece together the context surrounding the task.

So much wasted time and energy.

Kwooshlets you add tasks directly to the related/relevant screen. That bug you fixed last week on the checkout? It’s on the Checkout screen. No guessing. No searching. No unrelated tasks distracting you from solving the actual issue at hand. But most importantly, no panic

Issues with the reports screen are attached to your reports Screen. Features for the dashboard on your dashboard Screen. Everything is right where it logically should be, not hidden away a single unmanagable list.

—jvd