In software development, the same procedures requiring the same tasks will often be repeated again and again for every new feature or patch. Creating templates for Jira issues can therefore be a huge time saver.
A very popular industry that is involved in nearly all sectors of business, is consulting. No matter what niche a consulting company operates in, the team still has value that needs delivering. They also need to track that value to ensure that the team delivers it in a timely and cost effective manner. The best way to make sure the service provided to the clients is consistent is to create templates in Jira.
If you promote your products through social media, it pays to make sure it looks professional every time and you don’t forget anything. Well, if you use Jira for your issue tracking, there’s an easy way to make you never forget any steps: templates. With templating.app, you can create one template to rule them all, where you just have to enter some variables for every new campaign instead. Read on to find out how.
Software development comes with bugs. But what if you’re not using a bug-tracking tool like Jira? Well, if you are using Confluence, there’s an easy way to set it up so that you don’t even need another tool: with Properties!
In late June of 2022, Andrzej Kotas, a product manager for Jira Data Center, announced to the Atlassian community an exciting development in documentation and recommendations for Data Center deployments of Atlassian Tools. The post introduced Jira and Confluence guardrails. In today’s blog, we’ll go over the list of guardrails for Jira.
Last year, Andrzej Kotas, Product Manager for Jira Data Center, announced product-based documentation and strategic recommendations designed to educate and help you avoid reaching a tipping point where your instance might start to experience performance impacts. In today’s blog, we discuss these so-called “Guardrails” for Confluence Data Center.
The offboarding of departing employees is a sensitive and important task, so it should be handled with care. With the Jira extension Templating.app, the process can be molded into a clear structure that helps everyone involved to handle it smoothly – without the unloved repetitive manual work in Jira.
As a salesperson, you want to know your potential customers as well as you know your friends or family members. But as you try to get as many customers as you can for your company, you could easily lose the overview of all of their details. Thankfully, if you’re using Confluence Cloud, there’s an easy way to keep things organized with Properties – Custom fields, Metadata, Databases, & Reports.
If you’ve stumbled upon this post, it’s likely that you are looking for an easy way to create a series of Subtasks for an issue in Jira Cloud from a template. This means that you are likely already using Jira Cloud. Luckily, there’s now Templating.app – Easy Issues & Subtasks (Templates for Jira) that does that and more.
The team behind the Properties app for Confluence have a nice Christmas present for you: an update about some new features they added over the past couple of months.