- Usability improvements to Jira Cloud
- Introducing Atlassian Together
- Atlassian Analytics Videoseries
- Community members share how they pivoted their careers
- 🗓 Weekly events roundup
- How GlobalVision uses Scroll Viewport
- Snapshot Publishing for Comala Publishing
Exciting news for Jira users from the Atlassian community this week!
Atlassian has released 6 new usability improvements. These updates include:
- Advanced search features that make it easier to find the issue you need
- Better sorting options for pinned fields
- Changes to help you spend less time updating parent fields in the backlog
- UX improvements to the mobile app
- The option to silence some notifications, and more!
But that’s not all! We’ll continue to see enhancements to Jira software in the coming months including quick search improvements, and changes to Advanced Roadmaps.
Have a look at this community post to learn more about the current updates and get a sneak peek of what’s coming next!
If you were waiting to try the Atlassian together, there's some good news for you!
It is currently now available and starts at just $15.20 per user per month (billed annually) for 1,000 users.
This single cloud-based subscription offers a suite of work management products, including Trello, Confluence, Jira Work Management, and Atlas. All tools you need to connect teams and remove barriers to collaboration.
So if you're a company with more than 1000 users on Jira and also use other Atlassian tools have a look at the Atlassian Together landing page and try it out!
They say you can’t improve what you can’t measure, so we're excited to announce a new series of videos that will help you and your colleagues learn Atlassian Analytics and Data Lake!
This 13-part video series will show you how to do things like:
- Add Atlassian Analytics to a site
- Create an Atlassian Data Lake connection
- Add people and set their permission levels
- Jumpstart your dashboard creation with a template
- Create charts using the chart editor
- And more…
Head over to Atlassian’s YouTube channel to start upping your Atlassian Analytics game today!
The Atlassian Community has shared inspiring stories of their career shifts.
In this post, you'll find Katarzyna, Peter, Dave Mathis, and Dave Liao have some tips and insights for you.
First, take a step back and assess your motivations and career goals. Research potential industries or roles that align with your strengths and weaknesses, mental health, professional growth, salary, and work-life balance. Also, try to get new skills by taking online courses and certifications. And don't forget to build a professional network in your desired industry which can help you gain insight into the field and job opportunities.
These success stories from community members prove that pivoting can be a scary, but rewarding experience.
It's inspiring to see the familiar faces and learn about their career journeys.
What do VR headsets, Lego bricks, and miniature models of Brisbane have to do with Agile?
Attendees of the Agile in Wonderland community day event at the Cross River Rail Experience center in Brisbane found out last week. The gathering is sponsored by Atlassian, Accenture, and Strategenics and featured a mix of breakouts and keynotes.
You can also get a sneak peek of the great features and benefits coming to DataCenter over the next few months in the Atlassian on-demand webinar: “Roadmap Highlights: Looking ahead for Atlassian DataCenter” led by Group Product Manager Makisa Appleton.
Learn about new feature benefits that will improve the way admins and end-users work, strengthen security, and provide powerful performance.
Have a look at the Atlassian Events Calendar for more events happening near you and find all links to RSVP.
Atlassian Partner and Developer News
We look at Partner announcements, major app upgrades, and new app launches. If you want to be featured in our stream, there's a link to submit your updates.
K15t shares how GlobalVision improved knowledge sharing and collaboration using Confluence and Scroll Viewport.
Read their story to learn how this seamless integration enabled them to create online content destinations and enhance their help center.
Check out the customer story for tips on improving knowledge management.
Appfire just released a new feature within Comala Publishing for Data Center, called Snapshot Publishing, which allows you to freeze dynamic content, like embedded Jira issues and other macros.
This feature also introduces Collections, which can be organized by document type. Permissions are granted to users or groups, which breaks from the Atlassian hierarchy of page and space permissions.
To learn more, visit our Marketplace listing or our recent blog post, which explains how this can help you manage your compliance requirements.