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http://bit.ly/DemoDenEp9 Discover how to build and ship better and faster using the Jira for Slack integration. Trevor Thompson, Product Integrations Product Manager, demos how to work smarter and optimize your Jira for Slack integration. Trevor shows us how to create issues from your Slack message actions, use Bot Mentions + Quick Syntax and utilize our /jira create function. You can grab the Slack for Jira integration in the Atlassian Marketplace: http://bit.ly/Jira4Slack. Then head over to the Atlassian community and ask Trevor your question now! http://bit.ly/DemoDenEp9 1:00 See how to invite the Jira bot into a Slack channel and the new default for issue creation. 1:15 Learn how to use the "manage subscriptions" functionality for Jira in Slack. 1:35 Explore the new configuration page where you manage subscriptions 1:58 Check out the new link preview feature showing Jira issues in Slack 2:39 Our Spicy Question and Answer of the month answers: what happened to link previews for guest users in Slack (hint: it's coming).
Adobe XD now includes improved support for Creative Cloud Libraries! Learn more about what's new in XD: http://adobe.ly/xdnovemberrelease Work with assets in your Creative Cloud Libraries directly within XD. Now, you can access and use assets from your library, or upload assets from XD to your libraries.
Jenkins is used by many teams around the world and for a while now the plug-in integrating Jenkins with Jira Software has been unsupported. However now Atlassian have announced an official integration with Jenkins. The integration itself allow build information from Jenkins to be posted throughout Jira Software Cloud. This is similar to other CI/CD tools where you can automatically send build and deployment information from Jenkins and display it across Jira issues, boards and query it via JQL. In addition to this Atlassian also have built in a new way to integrate using OAuth Credentials. "In addition to the Jenkins integration we also build a brand new way to integrate your behind-the-firewall apps with Jira Software Cloud. You can now generate OAuth Credentials (2LO) to securely connect these tools without having to open any holes in your firewall. The credential is tied to a specific Jira site, can be generated by Jira admins, and is used to communicate between a self-hosted application (e.g. a Jenkins server) and your Jira Software Cloud site." Using OAuth Credentials is interesting since it will allow for secure connections even through firewalls to connect to Jira Software Cloud. "You can now generate OAuth Credentials (2LO) to securely connect these tools without having to open any holes in your firewall. The credential is tied to a specific Jira site, can be generated by Jira admins, and is used to communicate between a self-hosted application (e.g. a Jenkins server) and your Jira Software Cloud site. The OAuth credential is currently scoped to only send build and deployment information via the Jira APIs." This is great news for all Jenkins users and good news for all Jira Software Cloud users.