Let’s say you have a Jira project that everyone needs to create issues in, but users only need to see their issues and not others. How would you do that? Today we look at Issue Security Schemes, which allows us to do just that!
So, a Project manager comes to you and says they need 500 issues created by tomorrow…for reasons. Do you know how to help them? Today we look at a method to do just that by using the CSV Import wizard to bulk-create #JIra issues.
So, how fast can you navigate #JIra? What if I said there is a faster way? Today we’ll explore some keyboard shortcuts that will turn you from a Jira Pro to a Jira Wizard.
A fan wrote to me this week about concerns for their Atlassian career. So this week I discuss my own concerns, why I still choose to be a #Jira Admin, and what I’m doing to prepare for the future no matter what!
If you trying to learn to be an Atlassian System Administrator, you’re going to have to have somewhere to experiment on Jira. This week we cover some of your options to help you pick the right “Lab” for you.
This week we take a look at even more Rules of Thumb for your Jira instance! What rules do you apply to your Atlassian instances?
Do you need to serve users around the world but keep your Jira instance local? Today we discuss how to set up Jira Data Center to work with a CDN to speed up access for users in other countries!
Do you know what happens when your Jira license expires? Today we look at exactly that, as well as what each license type offers, and why you should get a Starter Server license TODAY.
Sometimes, you will need some help. There will be a process or task you just don’t know how to do. Who do you turn to then? Today we look at some resources I depend on when I run into this situation.
So, what all is a lone Jira Admin expected to do? A lot actually! Tell me some of the things you didn’t expect to have to do as a Jira Admin!