There is no "one way" to run a project. Agile teams use workflows that suit them. Project Management power-users customize everything. Developers want the least intrusive project management possible. Some simply want to view and comment on tickets.
Whatever your situation, we've built Assembla to be highly customizable to your fit your workflow needs.
No project exists without tasks! Track tasks quickly and easily with tickets in Assembla.
Create tickets quickly, move them between lists & projects, make them part of epics, assign them to people or teams, and use estimations or due–dates depending on the type and stage of the project you're in.
Cardwalls or Lists
No need to choose between one or the other.
Want a list view of tickets in your project or backlog with tons of filters? Use our list view. Kanban fan? Use the cardwall. You can update both in real time.
We're an Agile tool at heart and have been for a decade — we wrote the book on it. While remaining highly customizable, out–of–the–box projects are setup for Agile development.
From time–tracking and custom fields in Tickets all the way through code–reviews, Assembla has what you need. Plan, execute, and track in the agile methodology you’re used to.
Code and Tickets in One Place
Developers — work on your SVN, Git, Perforce or Hg repos and update tickets without leaving the Assembla app. We have lots of integrations too!
The faster a team can deliver innovation to market, the more competitive their product will be in the marketplace. Agile teams focus on exactly that: optimizing the flow of work out to customers.
Continuous deployment focuses on the just–in–time delivery of value. Integrate Assembla with external systems using Webhooks and SSH to create an end–to–end continuous product workflow.
Shared or Private Install
Assembla uses multiple redundant data centers and has a dedicated DevOps team monitoring your security. But if you require a private solution, we'll do the installation and come up with a regular upgrade plan with you — so you can manage code and projects on your own terms.