YouTrack now with Knowledge Base

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We are excited to announce the release of YouTrack 2020.2 which comes with a built-in Knowledge Base! Now you can build a public knowledge base and keep internal documentation right inside YouTrack, alongside your tasks and projects. YouTrack can keep your team’s collective knowledge together in one place.

Other enhancements for project administrators include field type conversions and the ability to set a default visibility group for your projects.

For better cross-team collaboration, we’ve added new options to share tags, saved searches, Agile boards, and reports.

For enhanced user experience when working with issues, we’ve added new functionality for configuring personal workspaces and issue list views, and a “Clone issue as draft” action.

For anyone just getting started with Agile Boards, we’ve simplified the process and minimized the steps required to create one.

Want to know more? Read on and we’ll guide you through all the amazing things we’ve prepared for you in YouTrack 2020.2.

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YouTrack Is Now Free for Teams of 10! All the Good News You Need to Know About the Upcoming Price Change

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We’ve introduced a few changes in YouTrack InCloud per-user subscription pricing to make it better, effective today.

  • YouTrack InCloud is now free for all teams of up to 10 users.
  • For teams of 10+ users, the starting monthly price per user is reduced from $5 to $4.40. The discount increases as you add users. On top of that, with the annual subscription, you save 2 months’ worth of costs (16%) every year.
  • Disk space has increased from 1 GB to 3 GB per user.

There are also upcoming changes to Standalone plans effective August 1, 2020. All current standalone customers are welcomed to use a special offer to renew their subscription with the current prices for as long as they need.

We are actively working on delivering features according to the roadmap, and we’re planning to continue our tradition of including all the functionality in the active license subscriptions and free plans with no additional charge.

Please read on to learn the details you need to know about the pricing change.

 

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YouTrack now with Reactions 😀

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We are happy to release YouTrack 2020.1! And now, there is a way to express this happiness, and many other emotions, with emoji reactions. 😀 What’s more, you won’t miss any reactions thanks to reaction notifications we’ve introduced.

In other enhancements, in-context translation right from the user interface is now available for anyone who wants to contribute to our community-based language localizations. YouTrack 2020.1 also adds new custom fields settings for administrators to support some tricky use cases without writing workflows and improves VCS integrations for developers.

Please read ahead to learn more.

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Legacy TLS Protocols Deprecation Warning for YouTrack InCloud

The information in this post is primarily for administrators of YouTrack InCloud instances. We want to let you know that we’re about to introduce some changes that will come into effect on March 1, 2020. In the meantime, we recommend checking your users’ browser versions and the settings of your REST API integrations.

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What’s Next: YouTrack Roadmap 2020

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We’d like to share with you our vision of what’s to come for YouTrack product development in 2020. Some major upcoming features on our roadmap include Articles, which are knowledge base pages, reactions in issue comments, an out-of-the-box Helpdesk solution, a group of changes to introduce a simplified user interface, and an Inbox for your notifications.

Please read ahead to learn more about our works in progress.

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What’s New in YouTrack 2019.3

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Please welcome YouTrack 2019.3! The latest version comes with a host of new features and improvements for all aspects of your YouTrack experience.

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Settings for Your YouTrack InCloud Mail Notifications

We would like to address our YouTrack InCloud customers who are using email notifications.

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New Ways to Connect to Your Gmail Account

This post is addressed to those of our YouTrack users who are setting up email notifications to their Gmail accounts or establishing a new connection to the G Suite mailbox.

If Gmail denies you authentication, please read on.

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Issues List Improvements

We’re getting ready to roll out the redesigned version of the Issues list in our next major release. In this blog post, I’ll tell you about some of the improvements we’ve added to the experimental version of the page in our latest bug fixes.

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Features to be Discontinued in Upcoming YouTrack Releases

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We previously published a roadmap for Q3&Q4 2019. As we move forward in different directions, we have to leave some functionality behind. In this blog post, we’ll tell you which features will no longer be supported in our upcoming releases.

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