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Is there a way to export kudos from Atlas?

We are looking to reward and recognize folks for kudos being provided. It would be nice to be able to grab that information from Atlas and add it to our slide decks to openly cheer everyone on in a portfolio.

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Andrew Hammond
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Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Mar 05, 2023

I've sent this to some folks on the team for consideration - we're in the early days of export functionality for Atlas so great to know there's a desire for this!

That functionality [to export] is super appealing to recall and celebrate kudos throughout a sprint, month, or quarter. Power Atlas users at my company were also curious if Kudos Slack integrations were available to be able to link kudos to their Goal working group Slack channels.

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I second this! It would be great to embed kudos elsewhere in Confluence. 

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Is there any news about this? We'd like the kudos to be shared via Teams. If some praise a kudos in Microsoft teams, then it arrives in Atlas, and if it is raised in Atlas, it's shared in Microsoft Teams.

I guess some companies would like to have also a Slack connector.

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