There has been a major release (7) come out this year with some significant under the hood changes. The UI for all products have been progressing towards ADG3 (Atlassian Design Guidelines) https://atlassian.design/
A stable UI for a product is not a bad thing, functionality, performance, security and flexibility can all change while having a consistent interface.
https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-7-0-release-notes-973479448.html for the Confluence 7 release notes.
@Aleksey_Shirokih This is not really the case, the feature delivery per release have reduced but if you will look carefully you will see that releases are more frequent. This is beauty of Agile.
| Release | Release Date |
| 7.0.1 | 10 September |
| 7.0.2 | 01 October |
| 7.0.3 | 15 October |
| 7.0.4 | 28 October |
| 7.0.5 | 12 December |
| 7.1.0 | 04 November |
| 7.1.1 | 02 December |
| 7.1.2 | 12 December |
| 7.2.0 | 12 December |
@Aleksey_Shirokih Looks like it's mostly discussions panel :) .
So as I see we have 2 way for the unresolved features requests.
As community members, can we review exist situation with exist issues and vote/comment. After that suggest a new features if it is needed.
About bugs pretty interesting situation, as they (I mean vendor) can deliver faster bugfixes
Hope it helps
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