Archives for the tag: JIRA

Form nimble agile teams

Focus on the agile team With agile, it’s easy to talk about processes, ceremonies, and workflows. But it’s also easy to lose sight of the team. In this article, we'll explore the dynamics of forming nimble agile teams and how to configure JIRA to support multiple teams. Plus, you'll learn additional tips from the JIRA team on how to optimize work across a set of teams. Teams of people are the lifeblood of any organization. Effective teams deliver well, but unoptimized teams affect developer

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Watch the JIRA Keynote from Summit 2014

2014 has been an exciting year for software teams here at Atlassian. During the JIRA keynote at Atlassian Summit 2014, we highlighted all of the changes and improvements (both past and present) that our teams are most excited about. In case you missed it, here is a recap of those highlights from what was our biggest and best Summit yet! Introducing JIRA Portfolio We could not be more thrilled to announce JIRA Portfolio. JIRA Portfolio is a new product from Atlassian that helps organizations

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I’ve been a JIRA administrator for over five years and have worked with hundreds of customers’ JIRA instances. I'm often asked, 'How can I get more out of JIRA?' For JIRA users, I always give the same answer: learn the keyboard shortcuts. Keyboard shortcuts were first introduced in JIRA 4.1.  Nothing will improve your speed throughout JIRA more than keyboard shortcuts. From creating issues, assigning work, and even administering the product, keyboard shortcuts will make you faster and more

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We hosted the JIRA QA webinar for an APAC audience in September and a surprising number of attendees were from North America and Europe. Because of its popularity we decided to replay the webinar and host two live Q&A sections with Michal Kujalowicz, a JIRA QA team lead, on December 9th for North American and European audiences. There were 569 questions asked between the two webinars. After reading the questions and comparing them, we noticed that our original blog post still reflected the

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Successful product teams incorporate user feedback throughout their development cycle. Product owners meet with customers.  Development teams respond to bug reports internally and issues from the field.  For user feedback to be helpful to the program, it needs to be actionable.  For the developers in the audience, how many of you have seen bug reports like this? As developers, that type of bug report doesn’t give us much to go on.  Ill formed issues are a central developer pain point.

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TAM Day: Top 5 best practices at enterprise scale

Summit 2014 has officially ended and, with over 2,100 attendees, was our biggest annual conference yet. One of my favorite additions to Summit this year was an event hosted by the Technical Account Management team, TAM Day at Summit. An exclusive event for TAM customers, TAM Day provided them the chance to meet with Atlassian product and support leadership, and exchange ideas with other TAM customers. But, what exactly is a TAM customer? Earlier this year, Atlassian launched a technical

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