13 September 2015 to 19 September 2015

Completed this week:

More storage for instances with more than 500 users

We've made a change to the maximum disk storage allowance for Atlassian Cloud instances with more than 500 users. These instances will now have an overall maximum storage allowance of 100GB, with maximum storage for Confluence being 50GB and 25GB for Bamboo (maximum storage for JIRA is the same as the overall maximum).

Take a look at the Atlassian Cloud storage policy for more information.

JIRA 7.0-OD-05

In this release, we're re-enabling the ability to create projects that share a configuration with an existing project, and we're also re-enabling the change to attaching images. When you paste screenshots to JIRA issues, you will again see the Attach Screenshot dialog that allows you to rename the image. You can read all the details about the create projects and attachment features in the original announcement: 23 August 2015 to 29 August 2015. We've also been working on expanding our range of importers, and now you can import data from both Asana and Trello directly to your JIRA Cloud instance.

And here's the list of improvements and fixes we're releasing as part of the JIRA 7.0-OD-05 release.

JIRA Service Desk 3.0.0-OD-02

In this release, we have made it easier for agents to share attachments with customers. Agents can drag and drop, or copy and paste files to service desk requests. In the new Add attachments dialog that appears, agents can also choose to add a comment and share the attachment with customers, or restrict the attachment to internal users only: 

Check out the additional bug fixes here

JIRA Portfolio 1.10.5-OD-001

This is a bug fix release.

Confluence 5.9.1-OD-2015.38

This is a bug fix release. 

JIRA Capture 2.9.4

This is a bug fix release.

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