Code Issue Manager: document & fix issues in your codebase
Stepsize helps engineering teams document and fix issues in their codebase.
Together with the Stepsize web app and the pull request & issue trackers integrations, it will help you:
And it does so securely — your code never leaves your machine 🔒
Say goodbye to outdated TODO comments, Jira backlogs no one uses, and wiki pages that are never checked.
Track issues linked to multiple pieces of code
Create issues with rich context, linked to one or more pieces of code.
Document code without polluting it with comments
A simple icon lets contributors know about issues, keeping the code clean. And the annotations stay in the right place as the code changes.
Collaborate on issues without leaving your editor
There's no need to switch to Slack to talk to your teammates about an issue.
Sync issues with your issue tracker, manually or automatically
Many issues aren't quick to fix and need to be prioritised alongside other work. Our issue tracker integrations make that very easy.
Convert your TODOs into issues so they don't get lost
TODOs quickly fall out of date, and before you know it no one pays attention to them. Turn them into actionable issues instead.
Stepsize supports many code editors
Stepsize supports many issue trackers
Stepsize never uploads your code to the cloud
Your code never leaves your machine.
We only store metadata about your code. When you create an issue, this is the kind of data we store:
This allows us to:
See our full information security guide for more info.
Add Stepsize as a recommended extension
Documenting and fixing issues in your codebase is a team sport!
Add Stepsize as a recommended extension to help your team discover it and add it to their workflow.
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Get in touch & give us your feedback
We're keen to hear from you to improve our product!
For now this extension is released as proprietary software with an end-user license agreement.
In simple terms, the license says "this is free beta software, use it at your own risk". It points out that we collect some telemetry data to improve the extension, and that feedback you give us is our intellectual property.