The world of work has changed and many companies are now organising themselves differently than before the pandemic, which has accelerated many developments – including the acceptance of distributed teams. The new product suite Atlassian Together steps up to support organisations in their transformation to an open, agile, transparent collaboration culture and to provide them with the appropriate toolset for modern collaboration in teams and across teams.
Having to repeat creating the same Jira issues over and over again is a huge time waster. But even creating that first template of issues and subtasks can be quite a chore. Templating.app has therefore created some default templates that you can use for various use cases.
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.
Achieving company-wide harmonisation and synchronisation of alignment so that all teams are working towards the same goals and pulling in the same direction is not a trivial task. In fact, it is more difficult today than ever before. The number of applications, the volume of information and the complexity we encounter every day are constantly increasing and creating barriers to team productivity.
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.
We can probably all agree that it’s nice to cross things off a list, so in today’s article, we give you 10 use cases for situations at work where a checklist would not go amiss. Especially if you use Jira and Confluence already.
There’s nothing more satisfying than checking things off a to-do list. While it’s true that Confluence has its own built-in to-do list in the form of Action Items, this is very bare-bones. With Checklists for Confluence, you can create and share much more elaborate checklists. You can even load and use them on your phone with a QR code!
On 1 and 2 December, the Tools4AgileTeams conference took place. During this event, our speaker Joseph Assaf, consultant at our partner Kegon, explained an intriguing methodology to keep a project on track in times when businesses and teams can get lost in the fine detail of project work, which is known as project drift.
Small startups and enterprises both need to harness agility in order to work in the most efficient way possible. The agile revolution is still thriving throughout the world and large organizations are starting to pick up on the advantages their startup competitors have. So how do enterprises scale the agile practices that seem to come so easily to startups and other lean organizations? Part of the answer is a framework and part of the answer is tooling.
Our well-being directly affects our performance at work. If we feel better, we are more likely to have more productive workdays. Find out how Google suggests you can improve your well-being and keep your productivity up.