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Beautiful UI

Everything you need, nothing you don’t.
Spend more time on the work you enjoy.

GitHub Issues Client Main UI
View relevant issues only

View relevant issues only

View only the issues you want to see with rules you define.

Inline Images

Images in issues and comments are viewed with Quicklook.

Issue in a new window
View commits on GitHub

View code alongside pull requests

Take a closer look at commits via an inline popover.
Drag the popover out to create a window.

Linked Issues

Links to issues are opened inside of Bee.
You won't get kicked out to your web browser.

Issue in a new window
Issue Short List

Issue Short List

Plan your upcoming tasks.
Bee tracks them for you in the menubar.


Easily track where you're spending your time and export the data when you're ready.


Enhancements to your workflow and productivity

Quicklook QuickLook

Images in issues and comments are viewed with Quicklook.

Notification Center Notifications

Turn off annoying email notifications and rest easy now that Notification Center is delivering you updates.

Live search Live-Search

All your search results are returned in real-time as you type.
Don’t wait for the server.

Create issues anywhere Create Anywhere

Bring up the global create window anywhere you are to quickly add a new issue to your repo.

Drag and drop Drag and Drop

Prioritise your list of issues by dragging and dropping to reorder.

Progress scrubber Progress Scrubber

See what your progress is at a glance and access closed issues quickly.

Smart Lists Smart Lists

View only the issues you want to see with rules you define.

Markdown Editor Markdown Editor

Capture your thoughts and ideas in Markdown alongside your issues.

Short List Short List

Plan your upcoming tasks by marking issues as things to do Next.

Sync your issues Always In Sync

Bee syncs deltas in the background so you're always up-to-date.

Smart UI Smart UI

Everything in the UI is saved and restored, including your selection and scroll history.

Smart Pause Smart Pause

Any issues you were timing are paused when your Mac becomes idle.

You're 75% more efficient when using Bee

A better approach to managing your GitHub Issues

Leap from issue to issue unconstrained via the clean UI.

Customise your UI via grouping and sorting options, and via Smart Lists.

Close an issue whilst commenting on another asynchronously whilst Bee works in the background.

Disable email notifications and utilise Notification Center to keep you up-to-date with your teammate's activity.

Instant live-search as you type.

Organise your day by shortlisting issues and pull requests to work on.

Bee improves your GitHub Issues experience and allows you to get on with the work you enjoy.

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