The server includes an integrated web client. It requires PHP 5.6 or newer and a MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQL Server database.
WebIssues is an open source, multi-platform system for issue tracking and team collaboration. It can be used to store, share and track issues with various attributes, description, comments and file attachments. It is easy to install and use but has many capabilities and is highly customizable.
- Easy installation and setup
- Filtering and searching issues
- Tracking new and modified issues
- Sending and receiving emails
- Creating reports and exporting data
- Security and rights management
WebIssues client application
The desktop client application is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It requires version 2.0 of the WebIssues server.
WebIssues 2.0.5 released
This release adds support for OAuth authentication for both sending emails using an SMTP server and receiving emails using an IMTP server. This is especially useful when using an email server such as Microsoft Exchange. See the documentation for more information about enabling and configuring OAuth.
Read the WebIssues Guide for more information about installing and using WebIssues. If you have problems related to WebIssues, please visit the Support forum. Ideas and suggestions for improvements can be submitted using the Feature requests forum. Use the Issues tracker on GitHub to submit bugs.
Join the WebIssues Team, an open-source community of developers and translators, and contribute to the project. You can find the source code repository of WebIssues on GitHub. Translations are managed in the Crowdin project. You can also support WebIssues by making a donation or becoming a sponsor.