Confluence 3.5, JIRA 4.3 and beyond

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  • Today I’m here to talk with you about Confluence 3.5, which was released last month, and to give you a little more information about the future of Confluence.\n
  • 141 bugs fixed and feature requests implemented.\nMore than 1,000 votes satisfied.\n\n
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  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • \nAutowatch and Improved Notification Settings\nConfluence's new autowatch makes it easier than ever to keep track of pages and blog posts that interest you. Other improvements help you optimise your notifications. Watch a short overview video.\nWatch your own content automatically. With autowatch turned on, you will receive an email notification each time someone edits or comments on a page that you added or updated. You can turn autowatch on or off by editing the email settings in your user profile.\nAdjust your settings directly from the email notification. The notification email message has useful links to help you manage your notifications and watches.\nWatch for new blog posts only. If you have subscribed to all blog posts on the Confluence site, you will now receive notification for new blog posts only. Earlier versions of Confluence sent a notification for every change to existing blog posts, and for all comments on blog posts too. More...\nWatch blog posts in a space. Would you like to know when someone adds a blog post in a space, without having to see all other updates too? Now you can! More...\nConfigure the from address in email notifications. Your Confluence administrator can configure the Confluence mail server so that the 'From' field of the email notification contains the full name or email address of the Confluence user who made the change. More...\n\nE-mailing a Confluence page or blog post using the 'Mail Page' feature\nThe 'Mail Page' feature provides flexible options for e-mailing a page to Confluence users and groups, and/or any e-mail addresses. It also allows you to add a custom subject line to your e-mail message.\n\nImproved filtering on the Confluence dashboard. \nThe list of recent updates on the right of the dashboard now offers separate tabs, allowing you to view recent content updates from all spaces you have permission to see, your favourite spaces only, or spaces belonging to specific space categories. The list of spaces on the left is no longer tied to your list of recent content updates on the right. You can now use these dashboard features independently of one another.\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Drag-and-Drop for HTML5 Browsers\nConfluence's drag-and-drop feature now supports HTML5 in preference to Google Gears. If your browser fully supports HTML5 and you no longer need the Google Gears browser add-on for anything else, you can uninstall this add-on without any loss of functionality in Confluence. The following browsers support HTML5-based drag-and-drop:\nFirefox 3.6\nSafari 5\nYou can try it with Chrome too. (Official Chrome support coming soon!)\n\nEnhanced Code Macro\nThe code macro offers several new options.\nMore language and environment support for syntax highlighting.\nExpandable code blocks.\nWrap long lines of code into a new line.\nSequential line numbering.\nThemed colour schemes.\n\nEmbedding Audio and Video with the Multimedia Macro\nUse the new Multimedia macro to display movies, videos and animations and embed audio files in a Confluence page. Before now, the only way to display multimedia content was using Wiki Markup. Now it's simple – just drag and drop the multimedia file into the Rich Text Editor. Confluence will attach the file and add the Multimedia macro for you. Alternatively, add the Multimedia macro via autocomplete or the macro browser, and tell it which file to display. \n\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • Connect JIRA and Confluence via application links. It's now so much easier to set up a trust relationship between JIRA and Confluence, then share information across your applications. More...\nCreate, find and insert JIRA issues. The new 'Insert JIRA issue' option in the editor toolbar offers a number of methods for displaying JIRA issues on a Confluence page or blog post. Insert individual issues within the text. Generate a list of issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL) or by specifying each issue individually on the page or blog post. You can also use this option to create an issue in JIRA and insert it within the text. More...\nConnect to JIRA for user management. JIRA 4.3 offers a powerful user management capability. JIRA is now able to act as your directory manager, interacting with one or more user directories and ensuring that you have the same set of users and groups across both applications. Confluence 3.5 can connect directly to JIRA's new directory management feature. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times for your directory searches.\n
  • "What's New" Feature Tour\nManaging change when rolling out a new software release can be a challenge. We've automated some of the work for you with the "What's New" feature tour in Confluence 3.5. The first time a user logs in after a major Confluence upgrade, the "What's New" window pops up showing screenshots, videos and links to documentation. We've designed this feature as a plugin, so you can change where the popup gets its information from or disable it altogether\nEasy, Powerful Connections to Active Directory, LDAP and Crowd\nConnecting Confluence to an external user directory used to be painful, whether it was Active Directory, other LDAP servers or Atlassian Crowd. You had to edit XML files, and the configuration options were limited. Confluence 3.5 brings a simple, powerful and flexible directory management interface:\nChoose from a list of supported directory types, including Microsoft Active Directory and ten other popular LDAP schemas.\nAdd as many directory servers as you need. Connect directory servers of different types, including the internal directory (default), LDAP, Crowd and/or JIRA.\nConfigure all your LDAP settings via the Confluence Administration Console: Permissions, server and schema settings. We pre-populate the fields with default values depending on your choice of directory type. Choose the LDAP permissions to suit your needs: Read/write, read only, local groups or authentication only. Make use of the caching and copy-as-required configurations to optimise the performance of your LDAP searches. More...\nTurn on support for nested groups.\nConfigure your LDAP connection pool.\nFor larger and more complex installations, you may need to install Atlassian Crowd. If so, you will now enjoy the simple, quick setup via the Confluence and Crowd administration consoles. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times. More...\nAre your users already in JIRA? Confluence 3.5 offers a much improved integration with JIRA for user management. See below.\n\nScheduled jobs. Gone are the days of having to shut down your Confluence site to change a job's schedule! From the administration console you can execute jobs, configure job schedules, disable or re-enable jobs and view the execution history. More...\nLog scanner and improved support request form. The Support Tools plugin is now bundled with Confluence. It includes Hercules the Atlassian support bot, a superhero with extraordinary powers dedicated to protecting the public against known bugs. Hercules will scan your logs for error messages, matching them to existing bug reports and knowledge base articles. With the power of Hercules, you can find solutions in seconds. The plugin also provides a new, simple support request form with clear information about the details that will be sent to Atlassian when you submit a support request. More...\n
  • "What's New" Feature Tour\nManaging change when rolling out a new software release can be a challenge. We've automated some of the work for you with the "What's New" feature tour in Confluence 3.5. The first time a user logs in after a major Confluence upgrade, the "What's New" window pops up showing screenshots, videos and links to documentation. We've designed this feature as a plugin, so you can change where the popup gets its information from or disable it altogether\nEasy, Powerful Connections to Active Directory, LDAP and Crowd\nConnecting Confluence to an external user directory used to be painful, whether it was Active Directory, other LDAP servers or Atlassian Crowd. You had to edit XML files, and the configuration options were limited. Confluence 3.5 brings a simple, powerful and flexible directory management interface:\nChoose from a list of supported directory types, including Microsoft Active Directory and ten other popular LDAP schemas.\nAdd as many directory servers as you need. Connect directory servers of different types, including the internal directory (default), LDAP, Crowd and/or JIRA.\nConfigure all your LDAP settings via the Confluence Administration Console: Permissions, server and schema settings. We pre-populate the fields with default values depending on your choice of directory type. Choose the LDAP permissions to suit your needs: Read/write, read only, local groups or authentication only. Make use of the caching and copy-as-required configurations to optimise the performance of your LDAP searches. More...\nTurn on support for nested groups.\nConfigure your LDAP connection pool.\nFor larger and more complex installations, you may need to install Atlassian Crowd. If so, you will now enjoy the simple, quick setup via the Confluence and Crowd administration consoles. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times. More...\nAre your users already in JIRA? Confluence 3.5 offers a much improved integration with JIRA for user management. See below.\n\nScheduled jobs. Gone are the days of having to shut down your Confluence site to change a job's schedule! From the administration console you can execute jobs, configure job schedules, disable or re-enable jobs and view the execution history. More...\nLog scanner and improved support request form. The Support Tools plugin is now bundled with Confluence. It includes Hercules the Atlassian support bot, a superhero with extraordinary powers dedicated to protecting the public against known bugs. Hercules will scan your logs for error messages, matching them to existing bug reports and knowledge base articles. With the power of Hercules, you can find solutions in seconds. The plugin also provides a new, simple support request form with clear information about the details that will be sent to Atlassian when you submit a support request. More...\n
  • "What's New" Feature Tour\nManaging change when rolling out a new software release can be a challenge. We've automated some of the work for you with the "What's New" feature tour in Confluence 3.5. The first time a user logs in after a major Confluence upgrade, the "What's New" window pops up showing screenshots, videos and links to documentation. We've designed this feature as a plugin, so you can change where the popup gets its information from or disable it altogether\nEasy, Powerful Connections to Active Directory, LDAP and Crowd\nConnecting Confluence to an external user directory used to be painful, whether it was Active Directory, other LDAP servers or Atlassian Crowd. You had to edit XML files, and the configuration options were limited. Confluence 3.5 brings a simple, powerful and flexible directory management interface:\nChoose from a list of supported directory types, including Microsoft Active Directory and ten other popular LDAP schemas.\nAdd as many directory servers as you need. Connect directory servers of different types, including the internal directory (default), LDAP, Crowd and/or JIRA.\nConfigure all your LDAP settings via the Confluence Administration Console: Permissions, server and schema settings. We pre-populate the fields with default values depending on your choice of directory type. Choose the LDAP permissions to suit your needs: Read/write, read only, local groups or authentication only. Make use of the caching and copy-as-required configurations to optimise the performance of your LDAP searches. More...\nTurn on support for nested groups.\nConfigure your LDAP connection pool.\nFor larger and more complex installations, you may need to install Atlassian Crowd. If so, you will now enjoy the simple, quick setup via the Confluence and Crowd administration consoles. Clever synchronisation and caching ensure the best response times. More...\nAre your users already in JIRA? Confluence 3.5 offers a much improved integration with JIRA for user management. See below.\n\nScheduled jobs. Gone are the days of having to shut down your Confluence site to change a job's schedule! From the administration console you can execute jobs, configure job schedules, disable or re-enable jobs and view the execution history. More...\nLog scanner and improved support request form. The Support Tools plugin is now bundled with Confluence. It includes Hercules the Atlassian support bot, a superhero with extraordinary powers dedicated to protecting the public against known bugs. Hercules will scan your logs for error messages, matching them to existing bug reports and knowledge base articles. With the power of Hercules, you can find solutions in seconds. The plugin also provides a new, simple support request form with clear information about the details that will be sent to Atlassian when you submit a support request. More...\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
  • What’s New dialog to educate users about new features that are available to them upon logging into an upgraded instance for the first time\n Can take a tour of the new features in the dialog complete with videos and screenshots\n Admins can disable the plugin or display their own content in the dialog\nNo more editing config files to connect and configure connections to user directories like LDAP and Active Directory – all done through the new User Directories screen in Confluence Admin console\nSatisfying the highest voted feature request on JAC, Confluence 3.5 has support for Nested Groups\nInstead of extracting and editing a spring config file you can now monitor and mange scheduled jobs like backups and cache cleaning via the Confluence Admin console\nAdmins will now longer need to set the default site wide language since Confluence will detect the users language based on their browser locale settings. \nWe’ve also bundled the Support Tools plugin allowing you to identify and trouble shoot issues without having to contact Atlassian Support\nOf course if you do need our help you can create a support ticket, complete with attached logs and config files via the Confluence Admin console\n\n
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  • Confluence 3.5, JIRA 4.3 and beyond

    1. 1. Confluence 3.5, JIRA 4.3 (and beyond) Tony Atkins London AUG April 19, 2011
    2. 2. Confluence 3.5
    3. 3. Create, Share & Discover More Content
    4. 4. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover• Share Button• Autowatch Content• Email Notifications• Space Directory• Dashboard Improvements
    5. 5. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover Embed Media & Code• Share Button • HTML 5 Drag-and-Drop• Autowatch Content • Code Block Macro• Email Notifications • Multimedia Macro• Space Directory• Dashboard Improvements
    6. 6. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover Embed Media & Code Stronger JIRA Integration• Share Button • HTML 5 Drag-and-Drop • Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA• Autowatch Content • Code Block Macro • Application Links• Email Notifications • Multimedia Macro • Create JIRA Issues• Space Directory • Embed JIRA Issues• Dashboard Improvements
    7. 7. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover Embed Media & Code Stronger JIRA Integration• Share Button • HTML 5 Drag-and-Drop • Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA• Autowatch Content • Code Block Macro • Application Links• Email Notifications • Multimedia Macro • Create JIRA Issues• Space Directory • Embed JIRA Issues• Dashboard Improvements
    8. 8. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover• Share Button• Autowatch Content• Email Notifications• Space Directory• Dashboard Improvements
    9. 9. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover• Share Button• Autowatch Content• Email Notifications• Space Directory• Dashboard Improvements
    10. 10. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover• Share Button• Autowatch Content• Email Notifications• Space Directory• Dashboard Improvements
    11. 11. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover• Share Button• Autowatch Content• Email Notifications• Space Directory• Dashboard Improvements
    12. 12. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover• Share Button• Autowatch Content• Email Notifications• Space Directory• Dashboard Improvements
    13. 13. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover• Share Button• Autowatch Content• Email Notifications• Space Directory• Dashboard Improvements
    14. 14. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover• Share Button• Autowatch Content• Email Notifications• Space Directory• Dashboard Improvements
    15. 15. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover Embed Media & Code Stronger JIRA Integration• Share Button • HTML 5 Drag-and-Drop • Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA• Autowatch Content • Code Block Macro • Application Links• Email Notifications • Multimedia Macro • Create JIRA Issues• Space Directory • Embed JIRA Issues• Dashboard Improvements
    16. 16. Create, Share & Discover More Content Embed Media & Code• HTML 5 Drag-and-Drop• Code Block Macro• Multimedia Macro
    17. 17. Create, Share & Discover More Content Embed Media & Code• HTML 5 Drag-and-Drop• Code Block Macro• Multimedia Macro
    18. 18. Create, Share & Discover More Content Embed Media & Code• HTML 5 Drag-and-Drop• Code Block Macro• Multimedia Macro
    19. 19. Create, Share & Discover More Content Embed Media & Code• HTML 5 Drag-and-Drop• Code Block Macro• Multimedia Macro
    20. 20. Create, Share & Discover More Content Share & Discover Embed Media & Code Stronger JIRA Integration• Share Button • HTML 5 Drag-and-Drop • Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA• Autowatch Content • Code Block Macro • Application Links• Email Notifications • Multimedia Macro • Create JIRA Issues• Space Directory • Embed JIRA Issues• Dashboard Improvements
    21. 21. Create, Share & Discover More ContentStronger JIRA Integration• Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA • Application Links• Create JIRA Issues• Embed JIRA Issues
    22. 22. Create, Share & Discover More ContentStronger JIRA Integration• Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA • Application Links• Create JIRA Issues• Embed JIRA Issues
    23. 23. Create, Share & Discover More ContentStronger JIRA Integration• Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA • Application Links• Create JIRA Issues• Embed JIRA Issues
    24. 24. Create, Share & Discover More ContentStronger JIRA Integration• Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA • Application Links• Create JIRA Issues• Embed JIRA Issues
    25. 25. Create, Share & Discover More ContentStronger JIRA Integration• Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA • Application Links• Create JIRA Issues• Embed JIRA Issues
    26. 26. Create, Share & Discover More ContentStronger JIRA Integration• Connect to JIRA • Manage Users in JIRA • Application Links• Create JIRA Issues• Embed JIRA Issues
    27. 27. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv• What’s New Dialog• Improved LDAP Setup• Nested Groups Support• UI for Scheduled Jobs• Auto Language Detection• Support Tools Plugin
    28. 28. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv Other Improvements• What’s New Dialog • Safari 5 Support• Improved LDAP Setup • Keyboard Shortcut Tips• Nested Groups Support • New Avatars• UI for Scheduled Jobs • Panel Title Colors• Auto Language Detection • Include Blogs in Pages• Support Tools Plugin
    29. 29. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv Other Improvements• What’s New Dialog • Safari 5 Support• Improved LDAP Setup • Keyboard Shortcut Tips• Nested Groups Support • New Avatars• UI for Scheduled Jobs • Panel Title Colors• Auto Language Detection • Include Blogs in Pages• Support Tools Plugin
    30. 30. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv• What’s New Dialog• Improved LDAP Setup• Nested Groups Support• UI for Scheduled Jobs• Auto Language Detection• Support Tools Plugin
    31. 31. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv• What’s New Dialog• Improved LDAP Setup• Nested Groups Support• UI for Scheduled Jobs• Auto Language Detection• Support Tools Plugin
    32. 32. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv• What’s New Dialog• Improved LDAP Setup• Nested Groups Support• UI for Scheduled Jobs• Auto Language Detection• Support Tools Plugin
    33. 33. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv• What’s New Dialog• Improved LDAP Setup• Nested Groups Support• UI for Scheduled Jobs• Auto Language Detection• Support Tools Plugin
    34. 34. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv• What’s New Dialog• Improved LDAP Setup• Nested Groups Support• UI for Scheduled Jobs• Auto Language Detection• Support Tools Plugin
    35. 35. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv• What’s New Dialog• Improved LDAP Setup• Nested Groups Support• UI for Scheduled Jobs• Auto Language Detection• Support Tools Plugin
    36. 36. More Features & Improvements Administrator Luv Other Improvements• What’s New Dialog • Safari 5 Support• Improved LDAP Setup • Keyboard Shortcut Tips• Nested Groups Support • New Avatars• UI for Scheduled Jobs • Panel Title Colors• Auto Language Detection • Include Blogs in Pages• Support Tools Plugin
    37. 37. More Features & Improvements Other Improvements• Safari 5 Support• Keyboard Shortcut Tips• New Avatars• Panel Title Colors• Include Blogs in Pages
    38. 38. More Features & Improvements Other Improvements• Safari 5 Support• Keyboard Shortcut Tips• New Avatars• Panel Title Colors• Include Blogs in Pages
    39. 39. More Features & Improvements Other Improvements• Safari 5 Support• Keyboard Shortcut Tips• New Avatars• Panel Title Colors• Include Blogs in Pages
    40. 40. More Features & Improvements Other Improvements• Safari 5 Support• Keyboard Shortcut Tips• New Avatars• Panel Title Colors• Include Blogs in Pages
    41. 41. JIRA 4.3
    42. 42. What’s New User Luv Administrator Luv• Dashboard Performance • Embedded Crowd• New User Avatars • Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Issue Links • Improved Importer• Remembered Assignees • In-place Upgrades• External Gadgets • Support Tools Plugin• Search Improvements • Mail Server Configuration
    43. 43. What’s New User Luv• Dashboard Performance• New User Avatars• Improved Issue Links• Remembered Assignees• External Gadgets• Search Improvements
    44. 44. What’s New User Luv Administrator Luv• Dashboard Performance • Embedded Crowd• New User Avatars • Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Issue Links • Improved Importer• Remembered Assignees • In-place Upgrades• External Gadgets • Support Tools Plugin• Search Improvements • Mail Server Configuration
    45. 45. What’s New User Luv Administrator Luv• Dashboard Performance • Embedded Crowd• New User Avatars • Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Issue Links • Improved Importer• Remembered Assignees • In-place Upgrades• External Gadgets • Support Tools Plugin• Search Improvements • Mail Server Configuration
    46. 46. What’s New User Luv• Dashboard Performance• New User Avatars• Improved Issue Links• Remembered Assignees• External Gadgets• Search Improvements
    47. 47. What’s New User Luv• Dashboard Performance• New User Avatars• Improved Issue Links• Remembered Assignees• External Gadgets• Search Improvements
    48. 48. What’s New User Luv• Dashboard Performance• New User Avatars• Improved Issue Links• Remembered Assignees• External Gadgets• Search Improvements
    49. 49. What’s New User Luv• Dashboard Performance• New User Avatars• Improved Issue Links• Remembered Assignees• External Gadgets• Search Improvements
    50. 50. What’s New User Luv • JQL: • Quick Search: • Issue Changes • Wildcards for• Dashboard Performance versions (4.*) • Relative Dates• New User Avatars • Relative Versions • reporter• Improved Issue Links• Remembered Assignees• External Gadgets• Search Improvements
    51. 51. What’s New User Luv Administrator Luv• Dashboard Performance • Embedded Crowd• New User Avatars • Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Issue Links • Improved Importer• Remembered Assignees • In-place Upgrades• External Gadgets • Support Tools Plugin• Search Improvements • Mail Server Configuration
    52. 52. What’s New User Luv Administrator Luv• Dashboard Performance • Embedded Crowd• New User Avatars • Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Issue Links • Improved Importer• Remembered Assignees • In-place Upgrades• External Gadgets • Support Tools Plugin• Search Improvements • Mail Server Configuration
    53. 53. What’s New Administrator Luv• Embedded Crowd• Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Importer• In-place Upgrades• Support Tools Plugin• Mail Server Configuration
    54. 54. What’s New Administrator Luv• Embedded Crowd• Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Importer• In-place Upgrades• Support Tools Plugin• Mail Server Configuration
    55. 55. What’s New Administrator Luv• Embedded Crowd• Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Importer• In-place Upgrades• Support Tools Plugin• Mail Server Configuration
    56. 56. What’s New Administrator Luv• Embedded Crowd• Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Importer• In-place Upgrades• Support Tools Plugin• Mail Server Configuration
    57. 57. What’s New Administrator Luv• Embedded Crowd• Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Importer• In-place Upgrades• Support Tools Plugin• Mail Server Configuration
    58. 58. What’s New Administrator Luv• Embedded Crowd• Universal Plugin Manager• Improved Importer• In-place Upgrades• Support Tools Plugin• Mail Server Configuration
    59. 59. What’s New Administrator Luv • Whitelist for External URLs• Embedded Crowd • User Email Change is now Password Protected• Universal Plugin Manager • JIRA provides Secure• Improved Importer Administration Sessions• In-place Upgrades• Support Tools Plugin• Mail Server Configuration
    60. 60. JIRA 4.4+
    61. 61. JIRA Workflow Designer
    62. 62. JIRA Workflow Designer Key Features• Visualization of entire workflows• Full-blown workflow editor• Re-use & clone transitions• Apply transitions to all steps at once
    63. 63. JIRA Workflow Designer Key Features FREE• Visualization of entire workflows• Full-blown workflow editor• Re-use & clone transitions• Apply transitions to all steps at once
    64. 64. Improved Installation and Setup
    65. 65. Improved Installation and Setup• Installers for Windows and Unix
    66. 66. Improved Installation and Setup• Installers for Windows and Unix• More web, less manual editing.
    67. 67. Improved Installation and Setup• Installers for Windows and Unix• More web, less manual editing.• On-screen database setup
    68. 68. JIRA Early Access Program Try It Now! http://bit.ly/WdKh7
    69. 69. Stay Tuned!...
    70. 70. Stay Tuned!...
    71. 71. Questions?
    72. 72. Thanks for your time

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