Atlassian has just released JIRA 6.2 EAP 3.

The major highlights of this release are workflow designer related:

  • You can now scroll over the workflow editor with your mouse. Zooming in only occurs when you press the keyboard shortcut for zooming while scrolling.
  • You can easily create transitions with the transition tool.
  • Improved the zoom in and zoom out capabilities.
  • Full release notes here

JIRA 6.2 EAP 3 has been pushed to all JIRA OnDemand customers this week and it is also available for download.

Working hard downunder Atlassian brings you JIRA 6.1.3.

We've worked hard to bring you over 20 improvements and fixes, satisfying over 170 votes!

Upgrading to JIRA 6.1.3 is free to all customers with active JIRA software maintenance and if you using our JIRA OnDemand service you'll automatically have all these fixes next week.

Take a look at all the new features in the main JIRA 6.1 Release Notes and see what you are missing out on. Accelerate change!

JIRA 6.1.3 release notes

Hot off the press, Atlassian brings you JIRA 6.1.2

Along with JIRA 6.1.1 there's over 65 improvements and fixes.

Upgrading to JIRA 6.1.2 is free to all customers with active JIRA software maintenance and if you using our JIRA OnDemand service you'll automatically have all these fixes next week.

Take a look at all the new features in the main JIRA 6.1 Release Notes and see what you are missing out on. Accelerate change!

JIRA 6.1.2 release notes

JIRA 6.1.1 release notes

To allow us to dedicate resources to providing the best experience on modern browsers, JIRA 6.2 (including minor releases) will be the last release that supports Internet Explorer 8 (IE8).
The reasons behind this decision are to enable us to provide the best user experience to our customers, accelerate our pace of innovation, and give us the ability to utilize modern browser technologies.

Please read the full announcement here.

Atlassian has just released JIRA 6.2 EAP 1.

There are no major highlights of this release, and you can read further details at the JIRA 6.2 EAP 1 (m01) Release Notes.

JIRA 6.2 EAP 1 has been pushed to all JIRA OnDemand customers today and it also available for download.

Help your team embrace change with JIRA 6.1

JIRA 6.1 picks up where JIRA 6.0 left off, introducing more improvements that help you get work done faster. Features like the new workflow designer and intuitive custom field configuration, let you introduce change to your team without slowing them down.

We are also starting a new journey towards seamless JIRA integration with your coding tools. The new create branch functionality in JIRA 6.1 is the first improvement, with many more to come.

Highlights of the JIRA 6.1 release:

  • New workflow designer
  • New project templates
  • Intuitive custom field configuration
  • Edit project key

  • Change usernames in LDAP
  • JIRA password policy
  • More integration with your coding tools
  • And much much more!

Take a look at all the new features in the JIRA 6.1 Release Notes and see what you are missing out on.

 

Lot's of bug fixes in this release which you can read about at the JIRA 6.0.8 Release Notes.

Not on the JIRA 6.0.x release series yet? Then take a look at all the new features in the main JIRA 6 Release Notes to see what you are missing out on.

 

Apologies that we missed the post on the 6.0.7 release which you can download from our archives. Highlights of that release which you can also get with 6.0.8 are:

  • New Simple Issue Tracking project template
  • Updated Software Development project template

 

This post is a few days late so you most likely already know that on the 26th of August we released JIRA 6.1 Beta 1.

Highlights:

  • Create workflows and fields with ease
  • New project templates
  • More integration with your coding tools
  • A feast of usability improvements
  • Enterprise Enhancements
  • Loads more at the JIRA 6.1 Beta 1 Release Notes

You can download the latest EAP release from here.

Please note that EAP 4 did not go out to customers.

EAP 5 includes all the goodness from EAP 4 and all the previous EAPs.

EAP 5 highlights:

  • Easier column configuration
  • JIRA password policy
  • Removal of JQL function "echo()"
  • Much more in our full release notes

You can download the latest EAP release from here.

Lots of bug fixes in this release which you can read all about the JIRA 6.0.6 Release Notes.

Not on the JIRA 6.0.x release series yet? Then take a look at all the new features in the main JIRA 6 Release Notes to see what you are missing out on.



At the release of JIRA 6.1, due in the second half of 2013, we are ending support for two JIRA plugins: the Voters and Watchers and Labels. In case of both of these plugins, the respective functionality has been largely replaced as part of the JIRA core since version 4.2 (Voters and Watchers) and 4.1 (Labels).

Both of these plugins will remain listed on our marketplace as unsupported and open sourced. However, Atlassian will no longer fix bugs related to the plugin code. For more details about the announcement, please refer to this page: End of Support Announcements for JIRA.

Put your dancing shoes on folks JIRA 6.0.5 is out and ready to dance with your issues.

6.0.5 contains 18 issues fulfilling 87 votes - mostly via the long-awaited  JRA-5567 - Incorrect stemming causes some words to be unsearchable Resolved Read all about this and much more at the  JIRA 6.0.5 Release Notes.
Not on the JIRA 6.0.x release series yet? Then take a look at all the new features in the main JIRA 6 Release Notes to see what you are missing out on.

 


Building upon the recent EAP 2 milestone we've just released JIRA 6.1 EAP 3!

EAP 3 includes all the goodness from EAP 2 and another set of issues with 61 votes.

You can download the latest EAP release from here, and if you are using our OnDemand service you already have it! 

 

Today our gift to you is JIRA 6.0.4!

JIRA 6.0.4 contains lots of lots of bugs fixes and two improvements! Read all about them at the JIRA 6.0.4 Release Notes.

If you're not on the JIRA 6.0.x release series already you might want to take a look at all the new features in the main JIRA 6 Release Notes to see what you are missing out on.

At the release of JIRA 6.1, due in the second half of 2013, we are ending support for CVS/ViewCVS. Also, all functionality related to CVS/ViewCVS will be removed from JIRA.

You can stay on older versions of JIRA to support your existing CVS/ViewCVS integration. We will also make an unsupported open source add-on available for JIRA CVS integration. However, Atlassian will no longer fix bugs related to CVS/ViewCVS past the support end date. For more details about the announcement, please refer to this page: End of Support Announcements for JIRA.