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Your team check has never been this fast: Team Radar - one of the most popular methods for retrospectives - is now also available digitally, as a plug-in for the Confluence wiki system.
With Team Radar, you evaluate different aspects of your teamwork on a five-point scale. Was the teamwork good or rather satisfactory? Was the workload right or was it far too high? The digital version allows you to configure up to nine different assessment criteria for teamwork in advance in the app. Each participant evaluates the selected aspects when and where they want. Once all answers are available, Team Radar for Confluence consolidates the results in a matter of seconds and illustrates them in a clear spider web graphic.
The big advantage of the digital version: the team is informed faster what is going well and where there are still difficulties. Since the app also displays the results of all Team Radar sessions over time, it provides an overview of long-term team development.
Team Radar for Confluence gives your team the chance to optimize their collaboration faster, in the long term and in a more targeted way - without external control. The team's efficiency increases and, of course, so does the joy of working together.
Make sure that only authorized persons have access to your system: In addition to username and password, a registered mobile device is used each time to generate a PIN code valid for only half a minute.
The default login for Atlassian Server products is based only on username and password: this is not a fully secure authentication method, as both values can be easily shared and copied to other people and used in parallel with the owner. A secure login depends on several aspects. It combines the Something you know factor with physical devices so that duplication is not possible. Should someone steal such a device, it is useless without this additional factor. With the "Secure Login" app for Atlassian server products, a mobile device can be used as a keycode generator or authenticator, or a Yubikey (USB-based device) can be used as a second factor to correctly identify the logged-in user.
Reduce manual effort and increase visibility by automatically keeping the status of issues at different levels of the hierarchy in sync for Epic/Stories, Parent/Subtasks, or linked issues.
In Jira Core, Jira Software, or Jira Portfolio, you are often dealing with hierarchies of tickets. Usually, these are different ticket types with their own workflows and statuses. Nevertheless, there are points in time, sometimes called "quality gates", when the status of the different hierarchy levels should synchronize: you can do this manually - but this is error-prone and not effective. Once configured, "Status Sync" automatically ensures the correct status of all dependent or linked tickets.
Here's how it works: Simply put a Project Picker on your JSM portal. This allows you to select a Jira Cloud project or a configured external system conveniently and quickly. You can place a Project Picker on any output screen, JSM portal view, or Agile board.
Project Picker enhances the Jira Service Management (JSM) experience by enabling users to easily select projects, handle support requests more efficiently, and seamlessly integrate external systems (such as the Jira Data Center). This eliminates the need to create and maintain a portal for each project for standardized support requests. Requests can be quickly identified and prioritized. With a single-entry point, administrators can manage multiple Jira instances or other systems.
In addition, the app offers the possibility to automatically add the head of the project as a participant for new requests. In case of new requests or updates, he will be notified directly.
The "Unused Avatar Remover" allows administrators to configure a recurring Jira service that automatically deletes all avatar images of deactivated or removed users from disk without any manual effort.
Ensure the right to one's own image as part of privacy and personal rights: the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in force since May 25, 2018. This obliges companies to protect the data and privacy of individuals in addition to the usual copyrights on images. Disabling or deleting users does not remove their avatars or uploaded images from the system: they remain on the hard drive forever. As an administrator, automate the removal of personal images of deactivated or deleted users that exist in the form of avatars.
Protect your user's privacy by disabling the personal activity stream to prevent misuse of the personal work schedule or benefits. Other Jira features related to the stream data will not be negatively affected.
Individual activities of a user can be viewed in the user profiles. This is a typical scenario for misuse: The "Personal Activity Stream Hide" helps you protect your users' data by disabling the personal activity stream in user profiles. In many countries, works councils prohibit exactly this measurement of individuals' performance based on work records and monitoring of activities based on time stamps. In this context, disabling personal activity streams prevents unnecessary conflicts. The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) also instructs companies to protect individuals' data and privacy.
This app allows you as an administrator to remove individual history entries in an issue to prevent "hate speech" or other information from being logged in the history that needs to be deleted due to regulatory requirements (DSGVO), for example.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) instructs companies to protect people's data and privacy. Jira's tick history stores such data: What was changed or removed, when, and by whom. Anyone who can view a ticket can also view the history of that ticket, which includes data that was removed from the ticket, such as personally identifiable information (PII). Regardless of the GDPR, you can protect your users and customers from "hate speech" by additionally deleting unwanted comments and field content from the ticket history. The "Issue History Item Remover" allows administrators to delete individual history items and clean up the data correctly.
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