Crowd 3.3 Beta Release Notes
5 September 2018
This is a beta version
Those versions are not feature complete and may contain bugs.
The Atlassian Crowd team is pleased to bring you Crowd 3.3 beta, which comes with some great new features:
- Delegated group level administration
- Email notifications improvements
- Multiple server alert addresses
Not for Production
EAP releases should not be used in production environments as they are not officially supported.
Delegated group level administration
In Crowd 3.3 beta as a system administrator you can assign users to be group-level administrators of other groups. These users will be able to manage these groups by adding and removing other users and groups from them.
Please note that to use Delegated Group Level Admin in Crowd you will need Crowd Data Center license. You can create your evaluation license for Crowd Data Center here https://my.atlassian.com/license/evaluation
If you need any assistance with the Crowd Data Center installation you can follow our Getting started guide here https://confluence.atlassian.com/crowd/installing-crowd-data-center-935369773.html
Email notifications improvements
Crowd now supports email notifications about password expiration. When configuring internal directory you may define remind periods, which mean how many days before password expiration reminder will be send to user.
Multiple server alert addresses
Since version 3.3 beta, Crowd let you configure multiple server alert email addresses, so whenever some alert occur, every of these emails receive notification.
Complete list of changes and improvements
Crowd 3.3.0 - 28 August 2018
Known issues and limitations
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