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Oct 13 to Nov 09, 2023

3 new enhancements; 3 resolved issues

What's new

  • Notifications This enhancement improves the email notification experience. Email notifications now include more relevant and contextual information. Users can also perform actions directly from emails in their inbox, making emails interactive.

    🛈 For more information about Notifications, refer to the following article: Updates | Documentation

  • Smart Sprint Automation The new Smart Sprint Snap-in (available on the DevRev marketplace) reduces manual work and enables users to synchronize sprints and development work. With powerful automations, managing and assigning issues to the right sprints has never been easier. From smart assignment based on issue stage changes to intelligent updates based on parent-child relationships, this Snap-in streamlines the entire process.

  • Sprint Insights We're excited to introduce a new feature called Sprint Insights that provides valuable information and analytics to track sprint progress. Use sprint insights to make informed decisions, optimize team performance, and achieve your sprint goals. Here are the key highlights of this new feature: 1. Burn-down chart: This chart visualizes sprint progress by viewing "scope change over time" and "changes in work remaining over time". A line represents "total incomplete issues over time" and another line represents total work remaining on issues linked to customer requests. 2. Filters for focused analysis: Ability to apply filters at the top of the page for 'Part', 'Owner', and 'Priority'. This feature gives you greater control and flexibility when analyzing the performance of your sprints. 3. High-level breakdown of work: Data-driven insights to help answer how much development work is focused on new features and how much of it is customer-requested. This helps you gain deeper insights into the type of work within your sprints. 4. Issue distribution: Insights to understand the distribution of work across stages, owners, priority, and parts of your product. 5. Sprint health: Provides a snapshot of sprint health by capturing key metrics like % of work, time remaining in sprint, and overall scope change since start of the sprint. 6. Time spent per stage: One can view and analyze the average time spent in each stage since the beginning of the sprint. This helps developers reflect on which stages of their work are taking up the most time.

What's fixed

  • New Renderer Support We now support a time picker in the UI on all timestamp fields

  • One Slack Our One Slack integration wasn’t letting users create tickets using the slash command. Fear not—we fixed it.

  • Rich Text Editor Users can now set a preference for using Enter or Cmd + Enter to send a message