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Nov
19

Why attend Atlassian Summit 2020

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If you are contemplating attending Atlassian Summit 2020, consider this: you will spend a few knowledge-packed days amongst the most expert professionals, all available to you to ask questions, gather ideas, and explore future opportunities. Those professionals not only include the 'Atlassians' themselves, but also many super-knowledgeable consultants and trainers, such as our friend Rachel Wright. She is an entrepreneur, Certified JIRA Administrator, and author of the JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook.

Recently, Rachel published an article on how to convince your boss to send you to the event - get a few good ideas here.

Innovalog again is a proud sponsor of this mega event and we hope to see you in Las Vegas.

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Oct
23

Want to migrate from JSU to JMWE?

Migrating from JSU to JMWE

Customers who run older Jira instances might still have the free version of JSU. Now it is no longer free and requires a license to operate, which you'd need upon upgrading to the latest Jira instance. Recently, JSU announced price increases, up to three-fold, and as of November 4, 2019, JMWE and JSU are priced the same*. However, some customers either consider purchasing a single workflow automation tool or want to replace JSU with JMWE. In most cases, thanks to many point-and-click extensions in JMWE, as well as extensibility via simple yet powerful scripting, it can be done easily.  

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Oct
02

Improve handling of SPAM for Jira Service Desk (JSD) Agents

Improve handling of SPAM in Jira

If you set up a Jira Service Desk email address, when a customer submits a support request by email, it is captured and becomes a new ticket (issue). These are added to your queues so that your team can focus on all your customer requests in one place. Sometimes, however, issues might not be relevant and you and you might consider it SPAM. 

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Oct
01

How to view Issue Transitions in Jira Cloud

See Issue Transitions in Jira Cloud

In the past, the issue view in Jira Cloud has displayed a transition tab, the feature some have come to rely on for activity information essential to their business processes. For example, managers and auditors could have a clear understanding of what actions have been taken on issues, that the right people work on or approve them, and that the processes always follow the appropriate workflow.

Since then, on the new issue view this tab is no longer available and only older Jira Cloud instances still show this option. However...

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Sep
30

The difference between the legacy Transitions tab and JMWE’s (and how to disable one)

Jira Issue Transition History Tab

JMWE's new Transitions tab option gives users a precise view of transitions and if you are using this app, it is enabled by default. However, some older Jira Cloud instances might show a second "old view" Transitions tab. This is a legacy tab originally provided by Jira Suite Utilities (JSU).

To avoid confusing your users with two similar options, you might want to disable one of the tabs. But which one should you keep?

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