Learn English – “Fixed” vs “fixes” when things are already done

word-choice

I work in a software company and I write daily reports. The format of my daily reports look more or less like below:

Today

  • Fixed bug in login page

Tomorrow

  • Fixes bug in logout page

My questions are:

  1. Is Fixed bug XXX grammatically correct or not? If not, how should I write it?
  2. Is Fixes bug YYY (in tomorrow) grammatically correct or not? If not, how should I write it in a correct form?

Best Answer

If you’re saying what you did today, then fixed bug is fine. If you’re saying what you’re doing tomorrow, it would be normal to write fix bug, as a note, in imperative form, to remind yourself and others what you’ll be doing.