What an extraordinary world we’re all living in right now.
No-one could have predicted the working world to shift so dramatically to remote-first, or under such challenging circumstances, and we understand the need for flexibility and virtual connectedness now more than ever.
We’ve got a few new features in the works that will hopefully make your adjustment to remote teamwork a little easier. Read on to see what’s new in Jira Cloud Mobile.
Here's what has shipped in Jira Cloud mobile since our January update:
Teams use reports to track and analyze their work throughout a project, as well as after a project’s completion. Reports were already available on Jira Cloud for web, and now they’re on mobile.
Soon, you’ll be able to get a visual overview your team’s latest stats in the palm of your hand.
Burndown reports in next-gen projects provide key information to scrum teams who complete epics in sprints. Specifically, they help you track whether or not an epic will be released on time. Learn more about scrum
Cumulative flow diagrams in next-gen projects (coming at the end of April) help teams monitor the overall status of a project’s issues, and identify potential bottlenecks before they cause too much trouble. Learn about issues in Jira Software for web
Velocity charts in next-gen projects track completed work across sprints, helping teams track their (you guessed it) velocity, and subsequently estimate their future workload capability. Learn more about sprints
Want to learn more about reports? Check out these short videos showcasing reports on Jira Cloud for web.
Releasing a version of work is a big deal. It’s often the culmination of many months of hard work. Next-gen and classic Releases view is already available on Jira Cloud for web, and now they’re on mobile, too.
Many teams organize work into releases, which are shipped regularly as versions upon completion. Versions include epics, which usually consist of many issues. (Layered like an onion – issues in epics in versions in releases.)
To get these features NOW, sign up to be a beta tester. These features will be generally available later to all users as part of the normal app version updates in the iOS and Android apps late April.
The most requested feature for mobile is finally coming later this year. Managers and team members use dashboards to understand what’s going on, and what to do next. Forget email updates – it’s all about tables and charts.
It’s early days for development, but you’ll be able to view your dashboards and see popular gadgets within the Jira app.
We are starting with the most-used dashboard gadgets to begin with, and more will come later on.
First time you’ve heard about this? Check out this blog post for dashboard & gadget top tips on Jira Cloud for web.
Want to see your integrations and marketplace apps?
We’re on it, and we’ve started with developer information and marketplace add-ons.
Later on, you’ll be able to see the status of your developer integrations within the issue, just like on web. For the first release we’ll only show the status with more improvements planned in the future.
Marketplace apps are also coming later this year. We’ll be starting off with bringing the views you see on the right side of the issue on web.
(We’re working with partners to make sure everything is tested and working before public release. Coming soon. Some apps like Tempo should be live now.)
As usual, sign up to be a beta tester to get early access as we make updates.
That’s it from us for now. We’ll see you in a few months for another update.
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