Crowd 3.1 Release Notes
27 November 2017
The Atlassian Crowd team is pleased to bring you Crowd 3.1, which comes with some amazing features:
- Autoadding users to groups per application
- Support for Microsoft SQL 2016
- Support for PostgreSQL 9.6
- 56 votes satisfied
- 4 feature and improvement requests fulfilled
We recommend that you read the upgrade notes for important information about this release before installing the newest version.
Automatically assigning groups per application
We are excited to announce a new feature that will help you to optimize license usage of Atlassian products connected to Crowd.
While mapping directories to applications, for each directory in the application you may define a set of groups that will be automatically assigned to the user upon first successful login to this application using such directory.
If the directory is shared among different application in Crowd, you may define a different set of auto-assigned groups per application, contrary to an existing directory default groups functionality.
For more about use cases and feature description, see Automatically Assigning Users to Groups.
Support for newer databases versions
We've added support for Microsoft SQL 2016 and Postgres 9.6. For a full list of supported platforms, you can check out our supported platforms page.
Complete list of changes and improvements
Crowd 3.1.1 - 27 November 2017
Crowd 3.1.2 - 19 January 2018
Crowd 3.1.3 - 28 March 2018
Crowd 3.1.4 - 26 June 2018
Crowd 3.1.5 - 30 August 2018
Crowd 3.1.6 -2 May 2019
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