In late June of 2022, Andrzej Kotas, a product manager for Jira Data Center, announced to the Atlassian community an exciting development in documentation and recommendations for Data Center deployments of Atlassian Tools. The post introduced Jira and Confluence guardrails. In today’s blog, we’ll go over the list of guardrails for Jira.
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The WSJF Method for Prioritizing Work – and Integrating It in Jira with Awesome Custom Fields
As a rule, tasks and work need to be prioritized before they are scheduled for processing. Some less experienced teams might intuitively think that prioritizing a backlog is not a big deal: a simple discrete order seems to be a good approach. But as soon as things get a bit more complex, it fails. For larger scenarios, the WSJF method offers a proven alternative. Here is an introduction along with a way to map the WSJF in Jira.
How to Easily Create Checklists in Confluence
There’s nothing more satisfying than checking things off a to-do list. While it’s true that Confluence has its own built-in to-do list in the form of Action Items, this is very bare-bones. With Checklists for Confluence, you can create and share much more elaborate checklists. You can even load and use them on your phone with a QR code!
“To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.” – Happy Inventors Day!
Today is Inventors Day in the USA, and as an “inventor” of lots of Confluence and Jira apps, we thought we’d share a bit of information about this holiday and some of our better and less well-known apps, even some that didn’t make it onto the Atlassian Marketplace.
Build Your Own Support Ticket System in Confluence Cloud
Every company that works with computers needs IT support. After all, once set up, computers don’t just sit there and do their jobs exactly the way they need to all the time. Or employees might need new hardware or software. Thankfully, there’s a way to create an IT support system in Confluence: with Properties!
The Trials and Tribulations of Implementing Scaled Agile in Jira
As you may know, SAFe® allows each organization its own implementation and configuration of the combined benefits of scaled Agile, Lean, and DevOps frameworks. However, many companies struggle to implement it for a variety of reasons, one of which is the sheer variety of tools you can use that all do something different, and often not quite to the extent that you need. Learn how Agile Hive makes sure it’s the only tool you’ll ever need.
5 Reasons Why Agile Hive Will Help Your SAFe Rollout with Atlassian Jira
Those of you who are transitioning to the SAFe framework may find the prospect quite daunting. Fortunately, Agile Hive can help you to not go insane while going through this process.
Build Your Internal Processes in Jira Cloud with Easy Issue Templates
Think of how well projects or tasks have gone with either very little prep or even worse, by “winging it”. It may start out fine, you might feel like you’re flying right through it then all of a sudden, something breaks or fails, and then something else, then another and well, you get the idea. With Easy Issue and Subtask Templates for Jira, that’s a thing of the past!
Easily create Templates for Subtasks and Jira Cloud Issues
If you work with Jira a lot and you have recurring processes that require you to create the same subtasks at a regular basis, you know how time-consuming, not to mention mind-numbing, this can be. That’s why we developed an app that creates templates for exactly this purpose! Find out more in this blog article.
Atlassian Marketplace Turns 10 – Join Us on May 31 To Celebrate and Do Good!
Since its inception in 2012, the Atlassian Marketplace has grown from 60 apps to over 5,300. As the Atlassian Marketplace is celebrating its 10-year anniversary, Atlassian decided to do something back for the programmer community. Find out what, and how you can help!