When comparing Bugherd vs Seapine TestTrack ALM, the Slant community recommends Seapine TestTrack ALM for most people. In the question“What are the best bug/issue tracking tools for small development teams?” Seapine TestTrack ALM is ranked 17th while Bugherd is ranked 17th.
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Pro Nice and simple browser extension for adding visual bugs
With the extension you can add bugs to the tracker by clicking on the affected UI and bugherd creates a screenshot with your annotation describing the bug as well as browser information. It’s a low-friction way to add bugs with the right context.
Pro Kanban-like issue management interface
Pro Solid integrations with Github
Bugherd also has solid integrations with Github so you can close issues with commit messages etc.
Pro Manage all product development phases and artifacts: Epic/Requirements Documents, Requirements/User Stories, Development Tasks, Test Cases, Test Runs and Issue Management.
Pro Fully supports export to Word of any artifact or an entire Requirements Document
Pro Excellent dashboarding, burn-up/burn-down charts and a very flexible reporting tool
TestTrack ALM also supports a wide variety of filtering to help create that "ideal" report or dashboard.
Pro Supports full SCM integration
Pro Supports full Traceability
Pro Very flexible ALM for all phases of product development
You can configure for Waterfall, Agile/Scrum, TDD, hybrid and more.
Con Steep learning curve
TestTrack ALM can be configured to just about any methodology out there. But that flexibility comes with a hefty learning curve for administration. Once learned, it's like riding a bike.