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Three ways Jira can help developers focus on code while updating teams, automatically

This article is part of our series on how to use Atlassian features, automations, and integrations to take time back to ship better code, faster. Click here for the full list of 12+ new features or follow us on Twitter to stay up-to-date!

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Our recent DevOps Trends Survey found that an increasing number of teams practicing DevOps needed 5 or more tools to understand the status of their projects. In some ways this isn't surprising – there are many teams and moving parts involved in a DevOps workflow which can lead to cognitive and collaboration overload.

But teams shouldn't have to cut down on the number of tools to get their work done and stay up to date, the tools just have to integrate better. We want to make it possible for teams to work where they work best, allowing them to use the tools they prefer but lose the messy process. With Jira as the single source of truth for work and integrations with your preferred choice of tools, it's easy to ship value to your customers and keep teams updated as you code, automatically.

Read more on our blog post to learn more about the announcement and what we’re doing to help teams. Stay tuned for more exciting announcements and launches! 


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