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Starting October 30th, you’ll no longer need to individually add line, link, and text content elements because we're introducing the Content editor 🎉🚀, a home for all your content editing needs. This new editor provides you with greater flexibility to craft and structure your dashboard to your liking. You might already be familiar with this editor if you’ve used other Atlassian products like Jira Software.
Once this editor is launched, the old functionality for creating individual content elements will no longer be available. If you have existing text, line, and link content elements on your dashboard, they will require a migration. While we'll be performing this migration a few months after the launch, we highly recommend that you manually migrate your content on your own to ensure it matches your preferred formatting and styling. Refer to the end of this post for more information on how to prepare for the migration.
Once the Content editor is available, we’ll post a comprehensive guide that will walk you through the process of migrating your line, link, and text content elements.
Update as of Oct 31, 2023:
You can now add content to your dashboard using the Content editor! Learn how to migrate your existing line, link, and text content elements using our migration guide
The new Content editor contains all the elements you know, along with advanced styling options that make customizing your dashboard easier. Here are all the features you can find in the Content editor:
Add a status to highlight the status of a project, task, or any elements you add to your dashboard.
Smart Links allow you to surface work in one tool when it lives in another. Links presented in the Content editor can be displayed in three different views, which can be used to add relevant data or contextual information to your dashboard. These views include:
Inline view: Display a link as a stylized hyperlink within your text.
Card view: Present your link as a card that contains a thumbnail and a preview of the content.
Embed view: Display an interactive preview of your link to help your team engage with the context you provide without leaving the dashboard. The information in these links will update in real-time when you refresh the dashboard, so you don't have to worry about updating them manually.
Note: The embed view will only appear for links that can be previewed, like a YouTube video, Figma file, or Google doc. Embed view links must be publicly accessible.
Add an info panel to your dashboard to make important information stand out. You can change the icon of the info panel to be a Tip, Note, Warning, or emoji depending on the context.
Add emphasis to your text using formatting such as italics, bold, and underlining, as well as text color.
Create an ordered list to help your team visualize the flow or progression of information.
Separate your content with a horizontal line to improve the readability of your dashboard.
Display source code in your dashboard with syntax highlighting.
Use quotes to make important text stand out.
Use emojis to add tone and additional meaning to your dashboard.
Add any important dates to your dashboard.
Line: To align with other editors across Atlassian, we’ve removed this feature. However, you can still use the “Divider” in the editor as a line or to break up your dashboard's content.
Custom text and background colors: We’ve replaced these customization options with standard, accessible font colors and sizes.
Whether we handle the migration of your content elements for you or you do it yourself, here are some important points to keep in mind:
Your content may undergo some visual changes: The Content editor works differently from the individual link, line, and text content elements. So, when you go through the migration, it may result in changes to the formatting and styling of your text and links.
Your content is safe and will function as expected: Even though your content may look visually different, the actual text and links will be the same and continue to work as expected.
In the coming months, we’ll migrate all of your old text, line, and link content however, we highly recommend that you migrate your content on your own. Migrating on your own ensures you maintain control over the formatting and get the opportunity to become familiar with the editor’s features.
On October 30th, we’ll post a comprehensive guide on how to migrate your content on your own.
We’d love to invite you to take part in creating a better Content editor experience. Whether you'd like to share your thoughts or express interest in a customer interview, leave a comment on this post!