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We heard that you wanted to separate your work in Fable - whether it's work or play, when you're working with different clients, or working on a passion project.
Now you can create as many workspaces as your heart desires in Fable.
How it works:
Now you can give stories a priority so your team understand what to focus on.
Fable will display the priority options from your issue tracker, either Jira or Linear. When a priority is set, it'll be sync'ed to/from your issue tracker.
It's here - you can now push to and read tickets from Linear. We're big fans of the product, and we're happy to finally have this out
This integration will have all the same features of our Jira integration, like
Learn more in our blog post announcing the Linear integration.
We know how important images are to convey how a particular user story should be built.
Now you can add images in your Fable story and our sync will automatically sync it to Jira.
Fable's integration with Slack took a brief hiatus while we improved the experience. Now it's back and better (and faster) than ever
You can log decisions made in Slack to Fable, and also share back those decisions into specific channels. Keep everyone on the same page - even when you're moving fast
You asked for it and we listened - now you can also import existing stories and tickets from Jira into Fable.
This will help your team hit the ground running with Fable - import your Jira tickets and empower your team to collaborate on what you're building.
We've also added more data into the story so you can track things like assignee and status as they change in Jira, right from your Fable docs
Other improvements: Jira sync stability improvements - now we make sure your team is all syncing to the same Jira project to keep things on track. We also included some usability boosts like better auto saving and overall app performance
We're super excited for this release. It's one of our biggest yet.
With this release, you can create user stories in Fable and collaborate on them with your team. Add any content to a user story, including Figma/Loom embeds, tables, lists, and sections.
When you're ready to start building, tap a button and we'll send it over to Jira. Most importantly, we'll keep the story sync'ed bi-directionally between Fable and Jira - so you don't have to worry about which one is the source of truth.
Other Improvements: We are also moving to a new backend with this release to improve performance and stability of Fable.
Login to Fable and check out the new coat of paint - you'll notice that the the left navigation bar in particular is easier to use 🙌
Plus, we added responsive support so you can use Fable on your desktop, tablet, or mobile device.
We're very excited to launch this feature. It lets you:
You can get started by tapping the “Integrations” tab in the bottom left of the navbar. If you need any support getting it approved by your IT team, we’re happy to chat with them and answer any questions.
We decided it was time for us to move off the temporary logo we created a few months ago. Hope you like the new one!
We heard that it was confusing to have to create a comment first to log a decision (and we also felt the same), so now you can log a decision by just heading straight to the Decisions tab.
We’re excited to announce our first release of Fable, the place for product teams to collaborate on what to build, keep their projects updated with the latest thinking & work, and ultimately build great products
There’s a lot going into this first release, but here are a few features to get us started