Blog Article

Atlassian Team'24 Recap

Jens Schumacher

May 8, 2024


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Our team just returned from an exciting week at Atlassian’s annual Team conference, Team’24. And we didn’t come back empty handed…

Released was named Atlassian Partner of the Year: Marketplace Collaboration 🎉

But enough about us. In case you missed this years announcements, here are some of the highlights from Team'24.

New in Jira

In the coming months we will see a significant update to Jira, merging Jira Software and Jira Work Management into a consolidated platform known as… Jira. This move aims to enhance project management capabilities of Jira and improve team collaboration across various departments.

Break down work with Atlassian AI

A notable feature in the new Jira is the integration of Atlassian Intelligence (AI) to streamline project management tasks. With AI, you will be able to divide larger tasks (epics) into smaller issues, or issues into sub-tasks. This allows team members to focus more on progressing work rather than organizing it.

English to JQL

Power users know that the best way to search Jira is to use the Jira Query Language (JQL). But for less technical users, JQL can be a little intimidating. But now, anyone can use the power of JQL. Simply ask the question in ordinary English, and Atlassian Intelligence will instantly translate it into JQL.

Views are coming to Jira

Additionally, Jira now offers expanded view options that cater to different team preferences and workflows. The introduction of a universal list view is particularly significant. It allows teams to manage projects in a format similar to a spreadsheet, complete with in-line editing and bulk modification capabilities. This new view complements the existing board and timeline views, ensuring that every team can visualize and organize their work in the way that suits them best.

And that's not all. Read the Atlassian blog for all the details.

Unlock Enterprise Knowledge with Atlassian Rovo

Atlassian has launched a new product, Atlassian Rovo.

Rovo is designed to harness generative AI to enable users to efficiently find, learn, and act on information scattered across various internal and third-party tools.

  • Find: Search across data, tools, and platforms (yes: even your third-party apps and, ultimately, home-grown systems) to get contextual and relevant results within your Atlassian experience.

  • Learn: Gain a deeper understanding of your company’s data through AI-driven insights, knowledge cards, and AI chat for deeper data exploration.

  • Act: Add specialized agents to workflows to handle time-consuming tasks, complete projects, and help solve complex problems.

Atlassian will provide 20 out of the box agents to help teams with all sorts of tasks. But the most exciting part is that teams can write their own agents using Forge, or choose from hundreds of agents that will be create in the Atlassian ecosystem.

Here are just a few things you will be able to do with agents.

  • Craft content for marketing and PR communications, product specs, goal descriptions, and more

  • Create a design for new requests, taking action when a Jira issue progresses, or reviewing content after it’s created

  • Recommend best practices, integrate UX research into Jira specs, create service checklists, or contribute to custom knowledge bases.

  • Get a quick update on the lates releases that went out.

  • Onboard new employees or Offboard departing team members.

  • Cleaning up Jira backlogs, organizing Confluence pages, or aligning content to formatting specs

Atlassian Rovo is in already in use by early customers. Join the waitlist if you are interested in testing it out.

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