Release Notes: This hrelease adds a number of frequently requested changes. Dashboards can now be shared between users. Filters can be shared with projects or multiple groups. Both Dashboards and filters can searched for and marked as "favourites". Admins can restore a single Project from a backup file into an existing JIRA instance, and can edit active Workflows directly. This release adds other major features and closes over 200 defects.
Release Notes: Over a dozen new features and bugfixes were added, including editable worklogs. As one of the most voted-for features by JIRA customers, editable worklogs let users edit and delete worklogs with the issue's "Time Spent" and "Remaining Estimate" being adjusted appropriately in both cases. Other new features for this version include "Start Date" for worklogs, new ways to browse components and versions, and an AJAX-based autocomplete User Picker and Issue Picker.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to convert an issue to a sub-task and vice versa. It also offers more fine-grained permissions for the deletion of comments and attachments. These features were two of the most popular feature requests, according to vote popularity. Additional enhancements include a convenient new scheduler for filter subscriptions, improved project role permission check performance, and over 30 bugfixes and improvements
Release Notes: This major release introduces a project roles feature that makes it easy to set precise permissions and notification schemes. It also includes over 100 bugfixes and 60 improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds 50 new features and bugfixes such as the ability to assign permissions and notifications to an issue's group field value, new notification events can be defined, and new reporting capabilities.
Release Notes: New features include bulk workflow transition, bulk assignment of users to groups, a charting plugin for displaying data more graphically, Microsoft Word export, and a Fogbugz importer. There are over 50 bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release has over 120 individual improvements driven by extensive customer feedback. These include per-project issue types, wiki notation support, 'cloneable' portlets, new plugin types, improved RSS support, RPC enhancements, and a Czech language pack.
Release Notes: This release includes some of the most requested features and improvements, including support for multiple project filtering, new bulk move capabilities, extended date and number searching, additional language translations, improved performance, and much more (a total of 130 individual improvements).
Release Notes: Performance was improved dramatically, particularly with issue search. Multiple Subversion repositories now supported. Issue pages can be tabbed to group related fields or to hide infrequently used fields. Transition pages (e.g. when creating or resolving issues) can now be individually configured to show certain fields. Bulk editing was improved. Custom field scoping is more flexible. New portlets were added.
Release Notes: With over 80 new features, bugfixes and improvements, this release is significantly improved. It introduces customisable CSV import capabilities, a much-improved SOAP and XML- RPC remote interface, and even more powerful plugin capabilities. In addition, it improves performance and cross- browser compatibility.