The Atlassian Marketplace had a banner year in 2012–thousands of Atlassian customers took advantage of our revamped add-on experience for finding, trying, and buying add-ons for JIRA, Confluence, Stash, Bamboo, and more.

What can you do now that you couldn’t do a year ago?

  • Start an add-on evaluation in one click
  • Consolidate your Atlassian products and add-ons on one invoice
  • Browse collections of add-ons tailored to your needs, like the Enterprise

And hundreds of new free and commercial add-ons in the Marketplace help you get so much more done with Atlassian products.Visualize your behind the firewall git repos. Get fine-grained issue watching controls in JIRA. Create a kanban board out of Confluence pages.

We’re showing our ecosystem some love and highlighting our 10 favorite add-ons of 2012. Find them all in the Atlassian Marketplace.

10. Scroll Office

scroll office confluence logoScroll Office helps you to create great documentation. It turns your wiki pages into professionally styled Word documents.

9. VertygoSLA

Your SLA’s compliancy status at a glance in JIRA:

  • vertygosla for jira logoDisplay your contractual commitments on each issue
  • Visualize priorities with color codes
  • Define a SLA between each transition
  • Personalize your own working-hours calendar

8. Custom Dashboards for Confluence

custom dashboards for confluencel logoThe Custom Dashboards plugin for Confluence is the simplest solution to create custom dashboards in Confluence. It allows you to replace the default global dashboard with your custom one.

7. EazyBI for JIRA

eazybi reporting and charts jira logoeazyBI plugin provides easy to use drag-and-drop creation of custom JIRA reportscharts and dashboard gadgets. You can analyze JIRA issues by any standard and custom issue fields, identify trends and top/bottom performers, start from summary overview and drill into details.

6. Awesome Graphs for Stash

awesome graphs for stash logoThis plugin adds graphs to let you visualise information about your git repository, commits and committers, including:

  1. Contributors. Activity for every contributor during time.
  2. Commits. See weekly activity and activity by days of the week.
  3. Punchcard. Easiest way to understand which days of week and times of the day most commits are executed.

5. JIRA Issue Collector

jira issue collector logoNeed to capture feedback on your website or web application?  Want to make it easy for end users to directly create bugs so your developers can act on them?

The JIRA Issue Collector plugin makes collecting feedback and bugs from your users and customers easier than ever.

4. Balsamiq Mockups for Confluence

balsamiq mockups for confluence logoMockups for Confluence allows you to add wireframes to your Atlassian Confluence wiki pages. Just click on “Add UI Mockup”, edit your mockup, name it and save. The mockup will show up as an image on the page, with an “edit” link under it.

3. Zephyr for JIRA 

zephyr for jira logoZephyr for JIRA is an add-on application that augments JIRA 5, providing cost-effective, highly sophisticated test management capabilities right inside your JIRA 5. Zephyr for JIRA is the only vertical test management application built exclusively for the JIRA 5 platform.

2. Zen Foundation

zen foundation for confluence logoZen Foundation is a styling tool that makes Confluence beautiful and easy-to-use for non-technical users.

With amazing graphic design, drag-and-drop page layouts, easy menus, simplified editing, drafts & publishing, and better blogging, you’ll make the marketing department smile.

1. Tempo for JIRA

tempo for jira logoTempo offers painless time tracking and planning for JIRA. Whatever your drive is for time tracking and resource planning, look to JIRA and Tempo. JIRA and Tempo provide a painless way to connect your organization’s activities and accurately report on them.

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