Project management has never been faster. Track your todos in a spreadsheet, with columns for everything you care about: assignees, due dates, status, etc. Select multiple tasks to batch edit them and use familiar keyboard shortcuts like Tab to create subtasks.
Visualize the state of your tasks & projects in one clear board, with editable columns and powerful subsectioning. Drag and drop multiple tasks from one column to another and easily add new tasks right from your board.
Get the lay of the land for your team or project from a bird’s-eye view. Plan ahead and coordinate with key stakeholders on due dates and estimates. Seamlessly create new tasks and manage them with drag & drop.
Keep conversations focused on work.
Keep a papertrail of the full lifecycle of a task, and get notified about updates you care about.
Tasks are inherently precise and specific, so discussing them inline keeps people focused. Messages are also easily searchable and retrievable.
See updates from your team’s other key tools, like GitHub, GitLab, Zendesk, …
Messages support markdown, code blocks, emojis, mentions, unfurls, and more.
Reply to a message or part of a message to keep context.
Embed images, videos, Figma files, Loom recordings, …
Keep the team in sync, and know when they are up-to-date.
Organize your work better by keeping all the information you need in one place. Tasks track all the history, from the beginning of an idea, to key decisions made along the way, to the completion of the fully executed work.
Our tasks keep work well-scoped: only the people involved are notified about updates, they contain the full history of task state, can be easily found using lists and attributes, and communicate status to stakeholders to use for planning ahead.
Keep your team up-to-date by changing the task status, or by simply clicking the checkbox next to your task.
Assign all the people working on a task to it.
Organize tasks in lists like “bugs”, “analytics-team”, or “project-launch”. Tasks can appear in many lists so it’s easy to work across projects, teams, and orgs.
Create custom attributes to track things like sprints, priority, due dates, design lead, and blocking tasks.
Discuss work in real-time using videos, images, gifs, markdown formatting, code highlighting, mentions, replies, and reactjis.
Make sure all stakeholders are up-to-date with the conversation without back-and-forth DMs.
Connect GitHub, GitLab, or Zendesk to Height to keep all the stakeholders of a task in sync. Use our API & webhooks or Zapier to create automations and send updates to the team. See all integrations
Share the context of your task, using videos, images, gifs, markdown formatting, code highlighting, and links.
As you start writing a description, it gets auto-saved as a draft in Inbox to come back to and post whenever.
View previous versions of your description and restore earlier versions as needed.
Subtasks in Height are just like regular tasks — they can have their own attributes, chat messages, and descriptions. A subtask can be marked as done even when the parent task is still marked as in progress, and can have their own assignees.
Collapse all subtasks in a list or individually expand and collapse them.
See the relationship between tasks and subtasks with indentation, or view all tasks as a flattened list.
Find specific tasks or a set of tasks that meet your criteria, using both filters and full-text search.
Create lists of dynamically pulled filters: a smart list to track all tasks in progress or one to track tasks that are assigned to someone and haven’t been touched in more than a month.
Access everything across Height with Command and customizable keyboard shortcuts.
Set keyboard shortcuts for any action and change existing ones.
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