Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 18:38
I have to admit that I am little late in upgrading to Jira 8. I didn't really have specific need for upgrading but I think now is the right time. I will try to upgrade this weekend. Most of the scripts that I have should work at least the basic ones but it is still worth checking them. Also there are few new features that I am looking for to.
Friday, July 12, 2019 - 18:55
I just realised that I have hundreds of video tutorials on Jira and Atlassian tools. You can find most of my videos on this site if you click on the video link or you can go to my YouTube channel. I don't feel I have so many videos but it feels good and I will continue making more.
Friday, July 12, 2019 - 07:39
Today I noticed that my podcast has started appearing on Google Podcast on its own. I didn't even submit it. Good. Here is the link
Thursday, July 11, 2019 - 07:51
Recently there are lot of new features release on the Confluence Cloud mostly around the UI. Apart from that there is also an inclusion of Analytics in Confluence which I believe will be really useful. Here is my latest Podcast on this topic.
Saturday, July 6, 2019 - 19:43
I started podcasting in 2011 but then stopped as I thought back then that I was not good enough. Recently I started podcasting again, it is still not great but I find it as a nice platform or a medium to share your thoughts. My podcast link There are some clear benefits of a podcast over videos. They are easy to create. Easy to consume. Can be very casual just like listening to a friend. Can be longer. Require almost no editing. Listen while doing other things Watching videos has impact on eyes and it sucks your energy, same is true for podcasts but not at the same level. They are easy to consume and you can be driving or walking and enjoying the weather or a sunny day and still learn something by just listening. My podcasts are of course on topics like Atlassian tools. Pretty much…
Friday, July 5, 2019 - 15:50
So you have decided to learn Jira, great good choice. I can help. I was thinking of creating this page or blog or whatever you want to call it where I will list all the necessary resources to help your become a Jira expert. How to use this page? I will try to categorise my resources with tags and this page will have things in order starting from beginner level to advanced. So you may want to bookmark this page and come back here from time to time. Although my site is built on Drupal with new things updated automatically on the home page and there are separate sections for everything but this page can be your starting point. Most of the resource as I mentioned before will be on this site with embedded videos so it will be easier to keep track of things. P Ready, good. Let us start. There…
Friday, July 5, 2019 - 13:49
I really don't think that there is any specific way to write a blog. Blog is supposed to be like a journal where you can either keep track of what you are doing in life, share thoughts and express yourself or about your brand. I personally prefer blog that are written naturally. I never plan to write a blog, also I never do iterations to edit my blog. I just write it and share it as it is. Simple. I think this approach works really well for individual blogs but for companies they may prefer doing reviews which is fine but I still feel blog should be free flowing with your thoughts and ideas and it is a place where people connect with you. So don't follow any rules. Written whatever you feel like writing. Enjoy.
Friday, July 5, 2019 - 07:46
Hide issues Jira
The permissions in Jira are quite granular. You can control lot of things that a user can or cannot do. However when a user has a permission to view the project they can also view all the issues under it. You may have a big project with thousands of issues and for some reason if you want to hide a specific issues from a group of people then it can still be donedone using Security Levels. These security levels can be created and assigned to people and when you edit an issue you can change the security level based on the security scheme used in that project. Read more. Enjoy hiding issues.
Friday, June 28, 2019 - 07:51
Barbican London
Very common question people ask, how do we give someone just the read only access to the project. It is actually very simple there is a Browse Project permission. Just modify the project permission scheme and assign this permission to ideally a Project Role like management and let individual project administrators manage people who then want to add in their project for just viewing the data and nothing else. Simple trick isn't it?
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - 07:40
London Tube
Many years ago when I learned Jira I made lot of mistakes when using the CSV import to migrate issues to Jira. It is a great utility in Jira but it takes time to do proper mapping of fields and process the data in Excel. Even after testing everything on a test project in a test instance I used to still miss something in the CSV. I even wrote macros to process the sheet but still it never always worked perfectly. So to revert the incorrect import I had to delete or modify those issues and to do that I had to find them using JQL first. To easily find the recently imported issues I always used a unique label in the CSV file or update any field uniquely to segregate those issue when needed. This was a little tip. I hope it was helpful. Enjoy. By the way I recently restarted podcasting,…