Ambra uses hashtags for task attributes, user mention for task assignee, and one single box for task creation. More

Ambra uses hashtags for task attributes, user mention for task assignee, and one single box for task creation.

Defining, assigning and organizing tasks should be the easiest process that shouldn’t take any effort, but comes naturally instead.

What a team should be really focused on is executing the tasks and moving them to done.

Using traditional tools with multiple fields to create a task does not align with the way we communicate.

Ambra simplifies the process of organizing tasks by using natural language for task definition.

Tags are used for task attributes (ie #todo #sprint5); user mention for task assignees (ie @troy); and there is only one single input box for entering task description.

The simplicity of writing tasks is the first thing you’re going to like about Ambra.

With built-in features of tasks, subtasks, task list, kanban, insights (burnup/burndown chart), in-line task edit, colorizing (tag and user), integrations (Zeplin, Figma, Generic, more to come), and names per project,

It’s time to get access to Ambra today!

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