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Atlassian User Group Meetup in Shanghai

On May 18th, the first Atlassian User Group user event kicked off in Shanghai, with the dream of using technology to change the future. Nearly 100 users gathered in Shanghai's most modern WeWork shared office space and actively participated in the AUG.

We believe that with the continuous efforts and promotion of community partners, frequent gatherings, technical interactions, and experience sharing will certainly be the norm.


Shanghai AUG Leader Ma Chang and @Ollie Guan made an opening speech for the event, introducing the history of AUG and the global grand occasion, and also encouraging Atlassian users and fans in various cities in China to actively become the AUG Leader in your city, let Atlassian AUG This kind of user-sponsored activities can be blossomed in various cities, and become a base for community friends to gather and share experiences on a regular basis.



Topic 1: Atlassian Tools Help Enterprise Agile Transformation

Mr. Fan hopes to tell you through his sharing: What is the key to agile transformation, is the method, the tool, the cognition? Only when the cognition and behavior are consistent, the enterprise agile transformation is expected to succeed.


Topic 2: Plugins make Jira even more powerful, using technology to change the future

Mr. Du shared his experience in plug-in selection and other aspects. He likened Jira to an aircraft carrier, and the plug-in was like a carrier carrier. Help us from the repetitive workflow of humans to fully automated, and then to AI to help us realize the dreams of each of us.



Topic 3: Product Requirements Lifecycle Management Practice

Based on the management idea of lean products, Mr. Yang introduced his “1+3 model”, namely: 1 product development Jira project, supporting 3 kanbans, providing corresponding management perspectives for different stages and different roles.



Topic 4: Collaborative process for large cross-team projects

Mr. Dapeng shared their agile practices and insights on large-scale teams. In the case of complex business, systems and teams, the division of management dimensions has a translation gap. After a year of exploration, they designed a four-level structure and began to appreciate the benefits that agile brings to the organization.



Thanks again to the efforts of volunteers. In 2019, please expect more community activities to enter different cities.



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Leslie Lee
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
May 22, 2019

Thanks for sharing! Congratulations on a great event. I hope to visit the Shanghai community one day!

Like Ollie Guan likes this
Dolapo Amusan October 25, 2019

Hello Shanghai AUG,

My name is Dolapo, and I'd like your input on a question/challenge we are having using Trello in HongKong.

Kindly find below link to the question:

Unable to view images in HongKong/China

We will appreciate your input on this.

Many thanks

Ollie Guan
Community Leader
Community Leader
Community Leaders are connectors, ambassadors, and mentors. On the online community, they serve as thought leaders, product experts, and moderators.
October 25, 2019

Hi @Dolapo Amusan ,

Please refer to @ Jireh's comments and send the relevant information to I hope your problem can be solved as soon as possible!

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