Archives for the tag: add-on

Zephyr has announced the release of their next generation add-on designed to help customers accelerate agile testing inside JIRA Cloud. The release of Zephyr for JIRA Cloud helps project teams extend their JIRA Cloud software to include testing into their workflows, and become more agile and collaborative. Since the launch of JIRA Cloud, customers have been asking Atlassian for a way to customize their Cloud instances with add-ons from the Atlassian Marketplace.

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The latest release of RefinedWiki Original Theme makes it even simpler to see who’s working on what and who’s responsible for the different content in Confluence - it's quicker and easier to discover the right person to speak to within your organization.

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This is a guest blog post from Valiantys the maker of Spreadsheets for Confluence. Confluence is all about collaboration. It allows you to share ideas, data, and valuable information across your teams easily and painlessly. Information of almost every kind can be captured and flow smoothly within your pages, but there is still one thing that causes you trouble: spreadsheets. Everyone enjoys creating a spreadsheet to crunch numbers and data.

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Collecting the right information from the start makes interactions between the development team and issue reporters much easier. In this article, I'll share a few ways you can help ease developer pain with JIRA Software. Successful product teams incorporate user feedback throughout their entire development cycle. Product owners meet with customers, and development teams respond to bug reports both internally and from the field. For user feedback to be helpful to the program, it needs to be actionable.

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Guest blog: Burnup reports for agile teams

Atlassian's public issue tracker, jira.atlassian.com, contains all kinds of feature requests from our customers. Occasionally, our ecosystem of add-on developers takes it upon themselves to build an add-on that implements one of these features, such as Broken Build recently did with GHS-5513. Meet them at Atlassian Summit 2014! “As a Scrum Master, I'd like to have BurnUp Charts available on the Rapid Board” says GHS-5513. What is a burnup chart anyway, and why does it matter? Can't you just

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Guest blog: Using AtlasBoard to create testing boards

This is a guest blog post from Karthik Selvakumar, client services engineer at Zephyr, about extending AtlasBoard – Atlassian's open source wallboard app – to include test data from the Zephyr for JIRA test case management add-on for JIRA. What is Atlasboard? Atlasboard is a NodeJS app that allows you to create wallboards. Once you install Atlasboard, you can quickly generate a wallboard and set up dashboards, widgets, and jobs, and then run them. The basic AtlasBoard module gives you

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