What did we talk about?
- Team '22 Call for Speakers
- New improvements to Confluence Premium Search Analytics
- Codegeist '21 Customer Choice Awards
- Improvements to project navigation in Jira Software
- 🗓Community Event - Enterprise Readiness
- 📚Article of the week: Brittany Joiner shares her top Trello productivity tips and what prompted her to start her own blog
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Team '22 Call for Speakers
Atlassian is looking for speakers for TEAM '22! The submission deadline is fast approaching, Nov 29th, so if you want to throw your hat in the ring and get a chance at speaking in front of a crowd in Las Vegas in April - submit your session proposal now!
This time around TEAM '22 will be a unified event so you can submit your session in multiple formats, ranging from classic presentations to interviews.
New improvements to Confluence Premium Search Analytics
The Confluence team announced the early release of improvements to Confluence Premium search analytics.
With new features, you will be able to see details like search trends, click-through rate over time, and pages that users clicked on and visited. This can help maintain your Confluence pages and figure out what content to add or even discover pages with duplicate content!
Codegeist '21 Customer Choice Awards
Not long ago, there was a competition called Codegeist where anyone could go and submit their app built on Forge. You can now find a few apps that entered the competition on the Atlassian Marketplace and vote for your favorites in the Customer Choice Awards for Codegeist event.
The deadline for voting is December 1st, and you can easily vote by replying to this post.
Improvements to project navigation in Jira Software
New improvements to Jira project navigation are now available in the early access program. Project navigation was restructured to the groups like Planning, Development, and Operations, which better represents the actual workflow of Software development teams.
The categories are also collapsible, so if you're focusing only on development and planning, you can collapse the Operations section, where you can usually find Opsgenie "On-call" tab and deployments.
You can find boards and tabs related to boards like backlog, active sprints, or kanban in the planning section. This section is also highlighted with a blue color to help you easily distinguish board context from non-board-related menu items.
If you want to try out this new navigation experience, you can find out how to switch the feature on in this community post.
New Event - Enterprise Readiness
Next, an important topic for Atlassian and everyone else - Enterprise readiness in Cloud. The Enterprise Cloud team at Atlassian is holding a Product Team Talk to discuss enterprise readiness in Cloud with the developer community. It will be a high-level discussion at first to gauge the interest level per topic like Data Residency, FedRamp, HIPPA, and Bring Your Own Key.
If you want to get in on that discussion and let Atlassian know what's important to you, sign up and join the discussion on December 8th.
📚Article of the week: Brittany Joiner shares her top Trello productivity tips
And for this week's article, we chose an interview with Brittany Joiner that was posted in the Atlassian community.
Brittany calls herself a Trello nerd and is obsessed with productivity and automation. In the interview, Brittany gives a few tips on how you can use Trello to be more productive in your life and she also shares why she has chosen Trello over Asana!
At the end of the article, you have links for her Substack and some articles she wrote for Trello that are worth reading 🤓.