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Good morning community!
Another week went by and we prepared an Atlassian roundup of the most important events and announcements. There is some interesting news from Point A program. Have a look 👀
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New limits for escalation policies in Opsgenie
Introducing Statuspage’s updated navigation
New improved navigation started rolling out to Statuspage on September 6th.
The new navigation is going to be consistent with the ones that are available in other Atlassian products, the menu will be located on the left side.
Forge the Future of Teamwork — Codegeist 2022 is Live!
Codegeist is an Atlassian-organized hackathon in which anyone can participate.
Same as last few years the focus is to build an Atlassian app using Forge. There are 3 categories that you can look at and take inspiration from - IT, DevOps, or Business teams.
New products in Point A program!
2 new products we published in the Point A program portfolio and you can join the waiting list.
The first product is called Beacon and focuses on thread detection and security.
The second one is called Fabric. Fabric is a collaborative whiteboard that will help with the ideation phase of your projects and then you can move the ideas and plan to the Atlassian tools.
Find this week's events on 👉 Events roundup
📚 Article of the week
How to apologize for mistakes professionally—remotely or in person
If you're looking for tips on how to structure your apology this article is perfect. It explains what a good apology looks like in 6 steps and gives tips on how you should deliver it if you work remotely or in person.
Have a great week!
Nikki Zavadska _Appfire_
Principal Product Manager
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