Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.8
Processor type(s) & speed: Intel 64-bit
RAM minimum: N/A
Video RAM: N/A
Use the included K (Courtesy of Special K)
What's New in Version 2.1:
New: The Short List is now layer-backed on 10.9 and 10.10.
New: More descriptive loading messages indicating current state of an initial project sync and its place in the queue.
Fixed: FogBugz, replying to an email now uses that email’s from: or reply-to: address rather than just the first email in the case’s message history.
Fixed: JIRA, favourite filters inside of Bee now correctly remove issues which no longer belong to the filter.
Fixed: JIRA, transitioning issues when custom date fields were present on the workflow screens.
Fixed: Initial imports of large JIRA and FogBugz projects failing with high CPU usage consumed by the io.neat.Bee-Updater process.
Fixed: Dragging between groups in a list functionality is restored.
Fixed: Date parsing for GitHub, JIRA and FogBugz for some users with European regional settings.
Fixed: Smart Pause in some circumstances would auto-resume the wrong item.
Fixed: Creating sub-items or sub-sub-*-items sometimes failed if the project didn’t have expected item types.
Bee syncs with GitHub Issues, JIRA, and FogBugz. You can also use Bee to keep track of your plain text notes.￼
Flight Path. Flight Path lives in your menu bar and helps you by intelligently selecting the task you should be working on next.
Notifications. Bee uses Notification Center to inform you of new comments and new tasks coming in from your teammates.
Smart Groups. Create your own live filters for filtering your tasks and viewing them the way you want.
Timing.[/b] Bee fills in your timesheet for you and automatically uploads it. (FogBugz and JIRA.) Never worry about keeping that browser window open just to start and stop your tasks.
Workflow. All your workflow needs are covered. A one-click workflow button for the most common action. Or you can pick and choose the most appropriate transition for your task.
Progress Bar. Scrub through your completed tasks and view your progress at a glance.
Live Search. To search, just start typing anywhere.
Drag-and-Drop. Drag an item over another to create a sub-item. Drag an item onto a milestone to assign it that milestone. (You already know how to use Bee.)
QuickLook. Examine linked images and file attachments directly within comments and descriptions.
Built-In Browser. View everything you need inside Bee, without being kicked out to your web browser. (GitHub only.)
More info: http://www.neat.io/bee/
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bee-issue-tracking-made-native/id726099620?mt=12