Refined for Jira Server/Data Center 3.3 gives users new license to tailor the My Requests page. Plus, language-management improvements, a revamped Request Type module, and more.
1. Filter requests based on where they originated in Jira or Refined
Users could already filter requests by status, reporter and request type. Now, users can also filter by location—Refined sites and categories, and Jira portals—to target the source of the request. Explore the full range of filtering options here.
2. Configure columns to see what matters most
Users can choose which information is displayed on the My Request page by simply searching and checking/unchecking columns from an “edit columns” menu. Learn how to add and remove columns here.
3. Sort columns on the fly to find requests faster
Users can easily sort columns to find requests. For example, to find the oldest or newest or requests, users can sort the “date created” column if it’s among the columns they’ve chosen to display from point #2 above.
4. Drag-and-drop columns to re-order the view
If users decide their existing view needs tweaking, they can easily drag and drop elements to rearrange the table according to their needs.
5. When all else fails, users can simply search for the request
Now users can search requests for precisely what they need.
Display request types from any portal in any Request Type module anywhere on your instance
You can display request types—both individual requests and groups—from any portal on your instance in any request type module anywhere. If users select request types from other portals, they can submit requests to those portals without switching contexts.
You can also choose to show groups of request types:
- As tabs
- As dropdown
- As a sidebar
- By group
Request types themselves can also be displayed vertically, horizontally or as icons.
It’s easier than ever to manage multi-lingual deployments
Building off major language improvements from Refined for Jira 3.2, 3.3 introduces a number of improvements to make adding and maintaining multi-lingual instances easier:
- Import/export text variables to facilitate translations
- Organize and maintain text variables with tags
- Add languages not supported by Atlassian to the language switcher.