- 🚀 It's JiraCon22 time!
- 🎉 Atlassian wins 2022 ARN Innovation Awards
- 💻 New Jira keyboard shortcuts have arrived
- 🗓 Weekly Atlassian Events Roundup
- 📚 Article of the week: Think introverted; act extroverted
JiraCon22 is going to be the best event this autumn.
Check the agenda to make sure. This 2-day long conference is packed with impressive speakers and sessions to help you skill up your Jira knowledge.
Is a fully digital event and is super cheap to attend.
Especially if you use code Jexo10 for 10% off.
As for our Jexo contribution to the event. We have a wealth of knowledge to share with you about work management.
We will talk about how Agile Doesn’t Mean Risky and teach you how to Trick Your Teams Into Risk Management, we will show you how to Create Your Own Winning Prioritization Method. Plus, catch two interesting chats, one about Tips and Tricks for Effective Work Management and another talking about the future of work and what it means for Jira.
A set of super insightful, valuable, and exciting talks from the Jexo crew you shouldn't miss. And you can find us at our JiraCon virtual booth to talk anything work management and the future of work of course.
So book your seat now - we can't wait to see you there!
More exciting news... Atlassian won ARN Innovation Awards 2022.
Winner in the Vendor Innovation category for their Security Detections Program.
This program helps to reduce the impact of security incidents, improve detection forecasts, and increase the proportion of detectable incidents.
If you're interested to learn more about the Atlassian Security Detections program, have a look at this post.
Congratulations to the Atlassian team, it's great to see the hard work paying off.
Now let's have a look at some small but great improvements to Jira - new shortcuts for the issue view!
When you open an issue, you can use these keyboard shortcuts:
- 'd' key to update the issue status
- 'q' key to log work
- 's' key to share the issue
- left/right/up/down arrow keys to scroll around the open issue.
These are some cool improvements, do try them out to speed up work in Jira.
Now we can notice that the event & webinar season is in full swing due to the number of happenings this week. Here are a couple of most notable.
👉 Work Life Conference organized by Atlassian, a super well-put-together full-day event this Thursday and focused on work best practices, new workflows, team culture, technology, and more. This is a hybrid event so you can join both in person in San Francisco as well as digitally.
👉 As for Partner-organised events, there's plenty to look at: JiraCon22, as well as webinars from Clearvision, Valiantys, Expium, and more.
With topics ranging from ITSM, Asset Management, Confluence, and migrations to cloud.
Summer is over and we're back on track with plenty of great webinars across the ecosystem.
Do navigate to Goosly calendar to discover events for you.
📚 Article of the week: Think introverted; act extroverted
This time the article of the week is from the Atlassian design blog.
"Think introverted; act extroverted".
Did you know that if you're more introverted you might be better at leading teams? Sounds counterproductive, right?
Researchers found out that introverted leaders often deliver better outcomes.
The reason is they're much more likely to let proactive team members run with their ideas.
On the other hand, extroverted leaders tend to get overly excited and put their own ideas first. So others might not get the opportunity to share and put theirs in place.
In this article, you can find a few tips on how to navigate the extroverted world and get your word out there (not only as a UX designer).