The JIRA Core dashboard provides you and your business teams with a comprehensive overview of your project status at a glance, including the tasks that need to be done, team members’ individual progress, and more. It’s just one of the many customization options you have in JIRA Core to transform the way your business team works.

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What's the best way to capture and document customer feedback without letting anything slip through the cracks? To learn how Atlassian product managers handle this process, we reached out to two of our own: Jason Wong, Principal PM of JIRA Software, and Sherif Mansour, Senior PM for Confluence. Today's post kicks off the two-part blog series with Jason, and in the second part we'll get insights from Sherif.

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I decided to sit down with different JIRA designers to learn how they reimagined JIRA as JIRA Software, JIRA Core, and JIRA Service desk from a design perspective. The stories were endless, but three things kept popping up in each designer’s story: design spikes, live data prototyping, and a stellar feedback collector.

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JIRA Core can help any business team manage any project. That means projects like onboarding new employees, and launching marketing campaigns, and keeping track of legal document updates with workflows. And that's not all. Since more information is still needed to help teams make decisions and progress toward next steps, JIRA Core lets you customize items called issues to help any member of your team match the unique way your team works.

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Imagine you had a product with millions of users, over five million lines of code, and more than 100 developers working on it. And then your company decided that this product had the opportunity to become an even more successful platform. Check out how two of our development managers co-coordinated JIRA’s move from product to platform.

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