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7 Ways to Export Jira Issues + Managing cross-project releases in Jira

Palm Beach County
Tue, Feb 26, 2019, 5:15 PM (EST)

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About this event

Join two Atlassian experts that will present remotely. Guillermo Montoya (CEO of DEISER) will explain how to export from Jira and Vasiliy Krokha from Broken Build will address how to manage cross-project releases in Jira. We will review some key new apps released as well.


Seven Ways to Export Jira Issues - Guillermo Montoya (CEO of DEISER) - A symptom of Jira’s openness is the ability to export issues into a few standard formats that can then be read, reused, and repurposed. The great thing about exporting issues is that issue granularity is perfect for a spreadsheet, where each issue takes one row, and each metadata field takes one column. We'll review some native and non-native ways to do that.

Managing cross-project releases in Jira  - Vasiliy Krokha - founder and developer @ Broken Build, Marketplace Top Vendor company -  Release Management can be challenging in Jira depending on the size and complexity of projects. In most cases you have to invent some workarounds to make it working in Jira. In this presentation He will go through most common release management use-cases, challenges of setting up Jira to align it to the RM and Release Management app which we created to address some of those issues.

Speakers

When

Tuesday, Feb 26
5:15 PM - 8:45 PM (EST)

Where

DSS North Palm Beach Conference Room (102)
701 US Highway One North Palm Beach33408

Group Leaders

  • Fabian Lopez

    Fabian Lopez

    Appfire

    Atlassian User Group Leader

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  • Christopher Heritage

    Christopher Heritage

    NextEra Energy

    Atlassian User Group Leader

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  • Deanna Benz

    Deanna Benz

    DSS, Inc.

    Director, Product Management Operations

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