Cue the music for one of JIRA Software’s new permissions: manage sprints. Learn more about permissions and how they function behind the scenes to affect every member of your team. Plus, get an overview of how manage sprint permissions bring simplicity to planning and tracking work, remove overhead, and minimize risk for everyone – no more single points of failure and instead an environment in which the entire team can be more agile.

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I'm part of a team called Service Enablement, which is a special project group within the broader support team at Atlassian. We work closely with the support, engineering, product, and design teams to ensure that we provide a feedback loop between customers and the product. Most importantly, we try to prevent major incidents from happening before they happen – because we care about you as customers, and we want you to be customers for life.

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Workflows provide a huge advantage to your marketing process and the success of your projects. As a visualization tool, workflows can help your marketing team come to consensus on the steps needed to complete tasks, anticipate or remove bottlenecks, and move much more quickly. Put simply, workflows give everyone a sense of ownership and accountability.

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Retrospectives are one of those essential rituals of agile practice. They’re fast, they’re easy, and a great way for a team to focus on how to improve what they’re doing. But the thing with retrospectives is that they sometimes become all about the practice of your team, rather than the intent of your team. They become all about the team’s shoulda woulda coulda, rather than the team’s purpose...

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In a software development setting, it’s a common requirement to transfer information from emails to JIRA Software, JIRA Core, or JIRA Service Desk. Have you ever wondered “Is there is a faster way to create a new issue?” Or “How do I work with the JIRA Software notification emails?” These four best practices will answer those questions and show you how to get the most out of using JIRA Software and Outlook together.

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