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Good morning community ☀️,
We got some big news this week! Atlassian published their Q2 FY23 letter to shareholders, there was plenty of new features announcements especially to JSM and Atlassian Unleash event is happening this week!
The field panel in JSM issue settings has been updated to give you access to all fields and make custom field creation easier. And another change is that the issue view will now only display fields explicitly added, giving you more control over your issue setup.
Atlassian has just released two new project templates to help manage and streamline requests in Jira Service Management for Sales and Design teams.
Teams can now manage up to 300 queues per work category. And the priority team queues are increasing limit as well to 50.
A new set of Automation Templates are coming to Jira Cloud. These templates cover everything from basic email reminders to complex ticket management across projects. For example you can add a new watcher to the ticket when the bug is raised, move issue to done when the new version is released and more!
The new in-product help for Assets is now live in JSM, providing you with instant access to support documentation from within Assets.
The Jira Cloud Workflows team is rolling out the new Workflow Editor, and they need your help to make it the best it can be. If you're a Jira Cloud Admin who manages workflows definitely sign up!
Confluence team published a usage numbers of main Conluence features in 2022. there were over 58 million pages created and unbelievable 3 billion page views!
Authentication vulnerability (CVE-2023-22501) has been discovered in Jira Service Management Server and Data Center. The vulnerability affects Jira Service Management Server and Data Center versions 5.3.0 to 5.5.0. Atlassian has rated the vulnerability as critical and recommends upgrading to a fixed version (5.3.3, 5.4.2, 5.5.1, or 5.6.0 or later).
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Q2 FY23 Letter to Shareholders
Despite facing macroeconomic headwinds, Atlassian's competitive position remains unchanged with customers deepening their commitment to the company as they seek to work more effectively and accelerate their digital transformation. Atlassian reported its Q2 FY23 earnings, with revenue reaching $873 million, an increase of 27%.
☕️Hope you enjoyed your coffee and news with us, See you next week ✌️
Nikki Zavadska _Appfire_