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The Atlassian Community can help you and your team get more value out of Atlassian products and practices.
Note: this experience is currently in beta and only available to a small segment of Jira Software users.
A little context
Our team builds features that are powered by connections from across your DevOps toolchain. A connection is any type of container or object, such as a repository or build pipeline, that you can connect with your Jira project from another tool.
Connections allow information to flow between your project and other tools and power several Jira features, listed below. At a high level, these features streamline work and improve collaboration by providing visibility and access to all your tools and generating valuable insights.
Until now, there has been no easy way to add and manage all your connections from all your tools. You had to manually add repositories in Code, documents in Project pages, and so on.
This is the central place to manage connections from all the tools in your DevOps toolchain. This page is currently in beta, but eventually, you’ll be able to perform the following actions:
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Well, this "feature" broke our Jira Cloud to Bitbucket connections for Company managed projects!
I have this issue too :(
Did you have any luck in finding out how to get this work again with Company managed projects yet?