Welcome to your weekly Jira Ops Early Access program update, where we’re sharing news and updates on Jira Ops progress as we work toward our 1.0 release. If you ever want to drop us feedback or ideas, you can leave a comment on this post or shoot us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And you can learn more about Jira Ops and start using it for free right here.
For previous updates:
Demo opportunity #1: Book a 1-1 chat with a member of our team
This week we’re trying something a bit different. I want to tell you about three different ways you can get a live Jira Ops demo.
First, we’re opening our calendars to you. Check out the link below to grab a 30 minute time slot with someone on our team. We’ll give you a full product demo, answer your questions, whatever you’d like.
Demo opportunity #2: Check out our “Get to know Jira Ops” webinar on Dec. 6
Our first webinar is right around the corner. We’ll be giving a full demo of Jira Ops and walk you through responding to a major incident using the product, alongside all the key integrations.
Afterward, we’ll do some live Q&A and answer any questions you might have. You’ll even get a sneak preview of some cool features that haven’t even shipped yet
Check out the link below to learn more and register for your spot. Even if you can’t watch it live, go ahead and register and you’ll get an email with the recording afterward.
Demo opportunity #3: Come see us at AWS re:Invent!
Heading to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas next week? Come see us at the Atlassian booth during the expo. We’ll be giving demos and answering questions all week. Don’t forget to visit our friends at the Opsgenie booth, too!
Leveling up our Slack integration
Thanks to feedback from users, we’ve got a pile of great ideas for improving our Slack integration. We’re still working on prioritization and planning. But here are a few things we’re hoping to add:
Making private channels: When you create a new Slack channel from Jira Ops, we want to give you the option to mark it as a private or public channel.
Add all timeline updates to Slack: Some team members might need their eyes glued to Slack during the response, they shouldn’t miss out on important updates. When something goes on the timeline, we’ll send a notification to Slack.
That’s just a small preview. Communication is the backbone of great incident response, so we’ll be spending a ton of time on our Slack integration. Have your own suggestions for our Slack integration? Or some other messaging integration you’d like to see? Add it to our public issue tracker.
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