Major advancements to Jira

Monday, 13 February, 2023

Major advancements to Jira

Atlassian has announced some major advancements to its Jira suite of products at Atlassian Presents: Unleash, an agile and DevOps-focused event held in Berlin.

Jira is designed to help teams coordinate to build better software through vital collaboration between technical and business teams across all the stages of the software development life cycle, from discovery to delivery to operations.

Now the company has announced a range of updates to help connect the dots between teams, acknowledging that building and running software is a multidisciplinary team sport that extends beyond developers and includes those responsible for researching, marketing and selling the final product. While product managers turn to spreadsheets, backlogs or mental notes to manage the delivery phase, these tools are completely disconnected from where the software is actually built. The new advancements hope to overcome these challenges and are as follows:

  • Jira Product Discovery, a new product ideation and prioritisation tool, used by thousands of customers like Canva and Cisco while in beta, will be generally available in early 2023.
  • Jira Work Management is included with every new and existing Jira Software licence for up to 35,000 users until March 2024 for free.
  • Jira workflow and toolchain templates, designed by industry experts and Atlassian customers, help customers pivot and get going fast with all the workflows, permission schemes, automations and integrations already built in.

For more detailed information on the new tools, click here.

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