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Atlassian Marketplace Top 10 Add-ons of 2012

The Atlassian Marketplace had a banner year in 2012–thousands of Atlassian customers took advantage of our revamped add-on experience for finding, trying, and buying add-ons for JIRA, Confluence, Stash, Bamboo, and more. What can you do now that you couldn't do a year ago? Start an add-on evaluation in one click Consolidate your Atlassian products and add-ons on one invoice Browse collections of add-ons tailored to your needs, like the Enterprise And hundreds of new free and commercial

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Marketplace Monday: Documents for JIRA

Documents for JIRA by StonikByte lets you manage files in JIRA on a project level and store them on your JIRA server. With file storage options like company file servers, Microsoft SharePoint, cloud storage services, and the file graveyard known as the "email inbox," why store files in JIRA? Well, if you attach files to your JIRA issues, you already do. Frequently, a particular file might relate to multiple issues or an entire project–Documents for JIRA helps you share these files in the context

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This is a guest blog post from Eliza Wright of Lucidchart, a diagram viewer and editor for Confluence and JIRA. Lucidchart: Easy Diagramming for Confluence and JIRA Confluence and JIRA are built for collaboration from the ground up.  Great teamwork requires the ability to quickly and effectively get your point across--visual communication is a perfect counterpoint to text. Lucidchart seeks to deliver streamlined, intuitive visual communication with our diagramming tool, but we’re just one

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Plugin beta: start translating JIRA on the fly

The new JIRA InProduct Translation plugin, which lets you translate JIRA items on the fly, is now available in beta! Simply select "Translate Page" from your profile menu and start translating. Translated items are immediately visible to all JIRA users with that particular language selected. We built this plugin with two audiences in mind: If any of your JIRA users primarily speak a language other than English If JIRA's English interface is 98% right, but you'd like to change the name of just

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Marketplace Monday: JIRA Enhancer

Tuncay Senturk, the developer behind this week's Marketplace Monday add-on, has been working on his JIRA Enhancer Plugin for over six years. JIRA Enhancer extends JIRA's capabilities with a powerful set of custom fields. The 21 custom fields capture a ton of data that can better inform your dev team'ss project tracking. Most of the fields cover are related to issue state changes–it can also log the information about issue state changes into reports, which can provide the full history of an issue. Custom

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This guest post from Kate Carruthers is a companion to the dev-oriented post about building the Bamboo plugin, which was published last week. Kate has worked in software development and web since the dark ages. In more recent times she's been a scrum coach and agile project manager. She recently saw the Light and though it would be fun to join the Moore's Cloud team. In a past life I used to manage globally dispersed web development teams.  When we used to run waterfall style projects then ‘breaking

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