Release Notes: This release adds a completely redesigned JIRA search, enterprise scale improvements, redesigned project workflows, new webhooks integration, help features for new users, and more.
Release Notes: Users can now share issues and search results with each other. They can also mention a colleague with "@username" in an issue to call attention to it. Remote issue links connect JIRA issues to objects and pages in other Web applications. Activity streams show events from all linked Atlassian applications and third-party apps. New APIs are designed for developers who want to connect JIRA to other applications: new REST APIs to manage every facet of an issue, new APIs for remote issue links and activity streams, and a stable Java API for JIRA.
Release Notes: A new visual Workflow Designer, a Workflow Viewer from the "View Issue" page, and user-specific Time Zones were added. Administration was simplified. The JIRA installation and upgrade processes have been improved and largely automated.
Release Notes: The ability to search status history using JQL, plus new Quick Search commands and JQL functions. Native support for LDAP and Active Directory, including nested groups. Share JIRA users and groups with other applications like Confluence and other JIRA instances. New Application Links establish bi-directional trusted connections between all Atlassian applications. Confluence App Links allow you to insert and create JIRA issues directly from the Confluence editor. A free workflow designer, a new Plugin Manager, in-place database upgrades, gadget subscriptions, REST API improvements, and more.
Release Notes: This version introduces dialogs for performing all issue operations and workflow transitions. New keyboard shortcuts make these dialogs accessible from the issue details page, search results page, and from the GreenHopper planning board. Issue labels are now out-of-the-box with JIRA (formerly a plugin) and have a new auto-complete feature. Auto-complete has also been added to the component and version fields. You can now add time tracking to workflow transitions. Usability improvements to the search page (issue navigator) and addition of user avatars and hover profiles.
Release Notes: This hrelease adds a number of frequently requested changes. Dashboards can now be shared between users. Filters can be shared with projects or multiple groups. Both Dashboards and filters can searched for and marked as "favourites". Admins can restore a single Project from a backup file into an existing JIRA instance, and can edit active Workflows directly. This release adds other major features and closes over 200 defects.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to convert an issue to a sub-task and vice versa. It also offers more fine-grained permissions for the deletion of comments and attachments. These features were two of the most popular feature requests, according to vote popularity. Additional enhancements include a convenient new scheduler for filter subscriptions, improved project role permission check performance, and over 30 bugfixes and improvements
Release Notes: This major release introduces a project roles feature that makes it easy to set precise permissions and notification schemes. It also includes over 100 bugfixes and 60 improvements.
Release Notes: This release has over 120 individual improvements driven by extensive customer feedback. These include per-project issue types, wiki notation support, 'cloneable' portlets, new plugin types, improved RSS support, RPC enhancements, and a Czech language pack.
Release Notes: With over 400 improvements, this release adds some highly anticipated functionality including support for multiple, customisable workflows (editable through a slick Web interface), sub-tasks, an entirely new plug-in architecture (greatly enhancing extensibility), a completely redesigned personalised dashboard, the ability to clone issues, an overhauled custom field system, and much, much more.