Archives for the tag: JIRA

Today we're pleased to announce that JIRA Software Cloud is now available in 3 new languages: Portuguese, Korean, and Russian. Over the past three years JIRA Software has seen tremendous growth around the globe, including incredible 35% year-over-year growth in Russia and South Korea and over 50% year-over-year growth in Brazil. To further empower software teams in these three countries to release higher quality software faster, we've translated JIRA into Portuguese, Korean, and Russian to provide a native product experience.

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Introducing JIRA Software for iPhone

JIRA Software for iPhone keeps one curated feed of all your most important projects and work items at your fingertips. So whether you're grabbing breakfast or waiting in the doctor's office, ensuring that everything is still on track is as easy as scrolling through a feed on your iPhone. And, whenever you return to your desk you can immediately jump on the next item in your backlog, instead of catching up on conversations and work that occurred while you were away.

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Our twitter chat has now ended! For a recap, check out the questions and answers on the #AskJIRABB hashtag, and stay tuned for more events to come. Are you a JIRA Software or Bitbucket user? How about an Agile fan or Git enthusiast? We're looking at you. To honor one of Atlassian's core values, Don't *%# the customer, we want you to use us as a resource. Today, Atlassian's Product managers and developer advocates will unite to give your team the leg up on any JIRA Software/Bitbucket, Git or agile

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Since the launch of JIRA Software, we’ve added some features to make the lives of every software team member easier. But you might not know these features exist! Read on to learn how these four features put more control of JIRA projects into the hands of team leads, scrum masters, and developers. You can start using these features today, and we guarantee they'll make you and your team more efficient.

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