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Interactive issue monitoring with the Quick Activity Stream

Mon, Nov 9, 2020, 6:00 PM (CET)

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Interactive issue monitoring with the Quick Activity Stream

The Activity Stream is an essential gadget for Jira dashboards, showcasing recent activities and events, such as issues created, comments written, etc. It serves as a very useful overview of what is currently going on within Jira.

Like many other gadgets, the Activity Stream has a configured scope: it could be showing activities for the whole Jira instance or only for a given project or issue filter. Similarly to the other standard gadgets, this scope is not meant to be easily changed, thus making the stream static and difficult to interact with. It also can't be bound to the scope of the other gadgets of the dashboard, making it hard to determine what each gadget is currently showing.

This presentation will introduce the "Quick Activity Stream", an alternative implementation that aims to improve upon the standard gadget. The main focus will be on “Quick Activity Stream” as a more interactive tool, which is easier to use and quicker to manipulate, enabling to change the scope of the stream on-the-fly and binding it to the scope of other gadgets of the dashboard.

During this webinar, we will compare the "Quick Activity Stream" to the standard Jira Activity Stream and explain how we defined what we wanted to improve upon, and how we achieved it. 

About codefortynine

codefortynine is an Atlassian Gold Marketplace Partner trusted by 4.500+ customers, 500.000+ users, in 80+ countries. Our mission is to provide nifty cloud apps that enhance your Jira and Confluence instances, remove redundant work, make your day-to-day work easier and Reduce manual work in Jira Software, Jira Service Desk and Jira next-gen projects


  • Nicolas Frossard

    Nicolas Frossard

    codefortynine GmbH

    Technical Director

    Nicolas started studying computer science in France, his native country, before moving to Germany. During the first ten years of his career as a programmer, he built software in various industries like air traffic management, radio spectrum monitoring and mobile gaming.

    He also loves to use his programming skills for his own personal projects, like sending a weather balloon into the stra…

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    eBay Inc.

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