Introducing the new GitHub Issues

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As teams and projects grow, the way you work evolves. Tools that hard-code a specific methodology are too rigid and complex to flex to whatever the moment demands. Often, we find ourselves creating a spreadsheet or pulling out a notepad, just to have the freedom to think. But then our planning is disconnected from where the work happens and quickly goes stale.

Today, we are announcing new beta features within GitHub Issues to connect your planning directly to the work your teams are doing, and flexibly to adapt to their needs: project tables that are built like spreadsheets, custom fields, a keyboard driven command palette, improved task lists, and issue forms.

Read more on the GitHub Issues page or in the FAQ.