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Focus on Outcomes, not Output

Shortcut aligns product development work with company objectives so teams can execute with a shared purpose.
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PROGRESS ORIENTED

Coordinate Roadmaps.

Map out projects across teams, communicate health progress, and align target dates. 

INTEGRATIONS

Connect to your entire workflow

From GitHub to Slack to Sentry, you can integrate Shortcut with tools you love, tools you like, and tools you may even feel kinda meh about. Plus, you can write your own integrations with our API.

TESTIMONIALS

Our users love Shortcut

We love our users because they love us. Check out some of the love they’ve sent our way

"I have never met a team that loves their task tracker, period. I hear a lot of unsolicited positive comments about the joy of using Shortcut and very, very few complaints. Shortcut is a perfect balance between structure and usability. It gives us what we need, and there's enough flexibility that we've been able to change our processes a lot and still use Shortcut."
Matt Spitz, Head of Engineering
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Vanta
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The API provided by Shortcut is extensive. Anything you can think of wanting to accomplish as a human in Shortcut, your code can accomplish with the API.
Henry Hutcheson, Software Engineer
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Geckoboard
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"I use so many different views. I use one for team planning, one for team sprints, one for a Team’s next sprint. We use Iterations quite heavily and reporting on Iterations. We create a lot of Epics, which we can see. It makes sense for engineers who are used to very hierarchical data structures. It makes a lot of sense, but it's not overbearing."
Elliot Katz, Senior Director of Engineering
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Geckoboard
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"Shortcut provides the ability to work on a task list at the smallest level where I can check things off, all the way up to tracking my entire company's engineering velocity at the milestone level."
John Kodumal, CTO / Co-Founder
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Geckoboard
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"While nothing can replace continuous conversations between our product designers and their development teams, we rely on Shortcut as the source of truth for those conversations. As we scale, we’ve learned that tracking everything in Shortcut and making full use of their Figma and docs integration are essential to successful product deliveries."
Sterling Koch, Head of Product Design
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Geckoboard
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The ability to be working on a task list at the smallest level, where I can check things off, all the way up to tracking my entire company's engineering velocity at the milestone level, and being able to do that out of the box without any configuration or hiring a consultant to set it up is very compelling to me.
John Kodumal
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CTO / Co-Founder
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LaunchDarkly
story
"I use so many different views. I use one for team planning, one for team sprints, one for a Team’s next sprint. We use Iterations quite heavily and reporting on Iterations. We create a lot of Epics, which we can see. It makes sense for engineers who are used to very hierarchical data structures. It makes a lot of sense, but it's not overbearing."
Elliot Katz
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Senior Director of Eng
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Thirty Madison
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We chose Shortcut because it was a project management platform that could scale my team. It was simple to use and also had the functionality to help with prioritization and collaboration.
Arnaud Pichery
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VP of Engineering
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Dataiku
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"I have never met a team that loves their task tracker, period. I hear a lot of unsolicited positive comments about the joy of using Shortcut and very, very few complaints. Shortcut is a perfect balance between structure and usability. It gives us what we need, and there's enough flexibility that we've been able to change our processes a lot and still use Shortcut."
Matt Spitz
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Head of Engineering at Vanta
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Vanta
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“We were really excited to unify the whole organization under one umbrella, different teams could still have that freedom and flexibility, but I can still also check in on how different teams are doing to make sure everyone is aligned to launch.”
Marie Jones
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CTO, Geckoboard.
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GeckoBoard
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