Nataliya Vasyliv

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March 6, 2019

ActivityTimeline 7.0 Release Announcement

We are excited to announce the release version 7.0. We’ve made big changes in our product by adding three new modules and many features. Let’s see what […]
March 6, 2019

Save your time with new Bulk Approve option

In the new release of ActivityTimeline v6.0, we announced a new feature Bulk Approve.  Bulk Approve is available for Placeholders and Bookings approving. Instead of approving or […]
December 20, 2018

Introducing ActivityTimeline 6.0 with Holiday Schemes, Integration with Tempo and Portfolio, new ActivityTimeline Server license add-on on Atlassian Marketplace

We are excited to introduce a new version of ActivityTimeline 6.0. This release focuses on giving the more effortless way of buying an ActivityTimeline via Marketplace. […]
November 20, 2018

How to find duplicates in Jira?

Every day we face with dozen tickets in Jira. Finding the proper issue is not an easy task. We face with duplicates, tickets that someone else has […]
October 26, 2018

Deadline control: How to never forget about an overdue or expired tasks

The overdue or expired ticket is a task that has not been completed by the needed moment.   From time to time, everyone can have hard times […]
September 22, 2018

Log Work in ActivityTimeline

Tip of the Week #7: Logging Work is one of the main functionalities of ActivityTimeline. Users can easily log work to every Jira issue, track their time and […]
September 21, 2018

What’s New in Email Notifications Digest for Jira?

Emails are no longer a messy bunch or a distracting factor at work with disordered information. We updated Email Notification Digest to a new level of […]
August 20, 2018

Three ways to track your Milestones

How to set and track a deadline with your Jira tickets     Time and our brain could be tricky for us sometimes. We perceive a […]
August 17, 2018

How to track Release dates on Milestones Panel

Tip of the Week #6:  Time and planning is a huge part of managing a project. It could make a big deal or lose it. Proper mapping […]
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