In this post, we look at the prioritization process used by Atlassian to determine when a new feature will be released for which of its two deployment options – Data Center and Server. We consider the criteria used in the decision-making process to make the decisions more transparent and understandable for customers.
Now you can upload images in the microblogging for Confluence editor via drag and drop or via the upload button. Shortcuts allow you to edit even quicker. Deep links take you to a new page with the whole conversation where you can also reply. Take a look at the video to see the features in action.
Atlassian has released Confluence version 5.7, which includes a variety of new features. The team collaboration system now fully supports files in any format and offers in-line comments for pages and even attachments. It also comes with the Roadmap macro, which simplifies the HipChat integration. Advanced users now benefit from the Confluence Query Language in the content search.
With the opening of the Atlassian Summit 2013, the Confluence team has released the new version of Atlassian’s social collaboration system. Especially the new Blueprints for spaces and the opportunity to share links easily within Confluence are true highlights. Let’s have a look at the improvements in Confluence 5.3.
Stash has always been the fastest and most secure Git repository management tool available, and now, it’s also the most scalable. With clustering built-in, the Data Center deployment option for Stash is designed for massive scale to meet enterprise needs.
The newest release of JIRA Agile provides richer data during the planning process by making agile cards more customisable than ever before. Read more about the new features in this post.