Unveiling what’s new in Cloud, Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket and Platform – The Summary

Unveiling what’s new in Cloud, Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket and Platform – The Summary

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This year's Summit has been full of exciting announcements. Speakers revealed groundbreaking updates across cloud products and the latest platform capabilities.

Here’s the rundown of what’s new in Jira, Bitbucket and Confluence.

Jira Software:

Atlassian are encouraging users to reconsider their modern software development processes by utilising the addition of feature flags.
Feature flags allow developers to turn code on and off, releasing features to customers with the flick of a switch. They have been integrated right into Jira. By connecting tools, users can resolve issues in production.

Bitbucket:

It is now possible for teams to track deployments all in one place. You can connect deployments to Jira issues giving more confidence to users, if they need more context they can click and view the issue in more detail.

Confluence:

Atlassian have listened carefully to suggestions, and as such there will be a new editor feature coming very soon. As well as this, Confluence will now support live macros, imagine a world of no grey boxes, no more switching between preview and edit mode! The new changes will make for ease of use, down to the smallest details, even the creation and editing of tables within Confluence has been simplified.
On top of all of this you can now work anywhere with Confluence from your phone.

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