Not paying anything at the moment since it's in beta. The standard plan is $8/person/month.
Linear is a new issue tracking app designed around keyboard shortcuts to speed up workflows. You can navigate through the app with a command palette, view and update issues while offline, track how quickly your team ships stuff to estimate how long projects will take, and more. It's built around integrations, to show Figma designs, sync pull requests from GitHub and Gitlab, create issues from Slack, and more.
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