Welcome to your weekly Jira Ops Early Access program update, where we’re sharing news and updates on Jira Ops progress as we work toward our 1.0 release. If you ever want to drop us feedback or ideas, you can leave a comment on this post or shoot us an email: email@example.com.
And you can learn more about Jira Ops and start using it for free right here.
For previous updates:
New timeline filters
You can now toggle between different integration updates to show on your Jira Ops timeline. By filtering the timeline to only show updates for certain tools, your team can more quickly get up to speed and find key details.
To see it in action, just click the “All updates” dropdown at the top of the timeline.
Improved incident templates
We’ve rolled out new templates for the incident description field.
Instead of a blank field when you open a new incident, you’ll see three headings already created here:
We’ve learned a lot about the power of templates and processes during incidents. By prompting the response team with these headings, it will be easier to know what needs to be discovered and documented.
You can always edit these headings, modify them, add more, or delete them entirely if you need.
Note: This feature is currently available only for recently-created Jira Ops projects. If you have a project already established and you want these headings, shoot us a note and we’ll see what we can do.
Matt RyallAtlassian Team
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