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New Feature: Editing Atlassian Data Lake Connections

We’re excited to announce that it’s now possible to edit existing Atlassian Data Lake connections! :raised_hands:


Organization admins can edit Data Lake connections to:

  • include more product data (or exclude data, if that’s what you need)

  • include new Jira projects

  • change the scope of data

Note: Data for new Jira projects are not automatically included in Data Lake connections, so you’ll need to edit the connection to include your new data.

Editing a Data Lake connection might cause breaking changes

If you remove product data from a Data Lake connection or reduce the scope of data, this may break existing charts and dashboards in your workspace. Make sure to inform the people who manage dashboards that they should verify everything’s still working properly after you’ve edited the connection.

Learn more about editing Data Lake connections.

Feel free to leave us a comment if you’ve got any feedback or contact support if you run into any issues.



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