Faster Pivotal Tracker. No more waiting for Pivotal Tracker to load your whole project when following story links!
Note: I believe that Pivotal Tracker has changed the behaviour since I wrote this extension, and this should now be considered deprecated. I will unpublish this extension at some point. We love Pivotal Tracker. We use the links to stories constantly (for example, clicking a story link from email threads discussing the story). However, when you follow a story link, you have to wait for the entire project to load before you get to see the story (which can be a long time for large projects). This extension aims to resolve that issue. Each Chrome window will maintain a single tab for each Pivotal Tracker project. When you open a link to a pivotal story, a search for the ID of that story is added to the Pivotal Tracker tab. Each story is appended to this search, so opening multiple stories doesn't constantly reset your current search. A nice side-effect of showing stories in the search pane: if you change the story's state (e.g., by clicking Start), it doesn't move! To see a story within the context of the project, just click the Reveal button on the story.
- (2012-11-02) Ed Chapel: The shortcuts in this extension override shortcuts in gmail. Additionally, in the compose window introduced in Oct 2012, the letter 'p' cannot be typed into the body of the email.
- (2012-08-26) Austin Ziegler: The 'shortcut' (p v) breaks normal browsing of emails in Gmail ('p' is previous message in a conversation), and is not customizable. As much as I would like to try this extension as long as it overrides an important function of Gmail, it stays disabled. Better to use 'g v' or something else entirely as the Gmail shortcut.