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The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series to help master Atlassian tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks. We've got a great tip of the month for you! The GreenHopper team released a new feature in GreenHopper 6.1.2 to make it easier to work with sets of issues in Plan mode. You can now move issues between sprints and in the backlog using the right click context menu. Why is this cool? GreenHopper now gives the ability to move

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How Atlassian Uses JIRA: Email Marketing

When I joined the marketing team at Atlassian, I was tasked with ramping up our email program. If your company sends emails to market your product/solution, and you use Atlassian's JIRA, read no further and download the free 'Outgoing Email Workflow' for JIRA now. The problem Atlassian sends a lot of email to its 25,000+ customers. In fact, in the last 12 months we've sent about six million emails ranging in content from our monthly newsletter, JIRA tips, Confluence tips, product announcements,

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Simplify

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I believe that Simplify is the shortest blog post title we've done to date. I couldn't think of anything better to announce that we're going to simplify our product portfolio naming. In the coming months, we will be changing the names and logos of some of our add-on products with two goals in mind: Make it simple for customers to understand our product list at-a-glance. Make it easy for customers to distinguish stand-alone products from Atlassian add-ons. What exactly is changing? The

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What are people saying about JIRA 6?

JIRA 6 has been out for just over a week. Teams have been taking advantage of the new detail view which makes working through issues faster than ever. JIRA's mobile interface keeps you connected on the go. It's our biggest release of JIRA in the product's history. Don't take our word for it! What does the street say? @atlassian Just upgraded to #JIRA6. Great job guys! After 10 years of #JIRA user and admin I'm always excited about every new release! — Stefano Gevinti (@sgevinti) May 29,

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Wrapping up RoadTrip 2013

Another Atlassian RoadTrip has come and gone, and we couldn't be more humbled by the experience. Events like RoadTrip are the best way for us to put our ears to the ground and press the flesh (pardon the idioms, we're feeling a little sentimental), and really connect with our users. And, as we endeavor to walk the walk of our build with heart and balance company value, we're constantly asking for your feedback. So what did we find out? Everyone wants to talk Git. Giddy about Git A lot of teams

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Each of us has a series of tasks that we do on a recurring basis at work. Engineers typically work with a few key tools such as compilers, source code repositories, issues trackers, build servers, and office tools like email to deliver code back to the company. At Atlassian, we think of product development tasks as falling into three groups: As individuals, we can get a great return on investment from optimizing within that inner loop. These are the tasks you and your team perform every

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