The latest update for YouTrack 7.0 EAP (build 26754) is here

Natasha Katson

Please welcome the latest update for YouTrack 7.0 EAP (build 26754). This update introduces a number of bug fixes and improvements, including Agile board, Backlog and shortcuts issues, performance problems and more. Take a look at the full list of the Release Notes for more details.

It is important to distinguish EAP from traditional pre-release software. The quality of EAP versions may at times be way below even usual beta standards. If you are looking for a stable version of YouTrack, please, visit our site. Please note that once your instance is moved to YouTrack 7.0, it can’t be downgraded back to YouTrack 6.5.

Try YouTrack 7.0 EAP and enjoy all the goodies. Your feedback is very appreciated, please file a bug report to our issue tracker, or post a comment under this post.

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4 Responses to The latest update for YouTrack 7.0 EAP (build 26754) is here

  1. Shrike says:

    September 16, 2016

    Will we see Slack integration in YT7 finally?

    • Natasha Katson says:

      September 16, 2016

      Have you tried to configure Jabber settings to enable an integration with Slack? Here is a documentation:

      Other than that, Issue links preview will be available in YT7. So if you share a link to your issue via Slack, it will automatically expand.

      • Shrike says:

        September 16, 2016

        I tried Jabber-intergration in 6.5, did something change in this space? In 6.5 it behaved in very strange way, so I switched off.
        I don’t have YT7 EAP deployed anywhere right now. But from the doc you shared it’s clear that integration requires creating a user in Slack.
        Why is it so complex?
        All we need is just an url to post like “”. That’s all! There’re tons of plugins for different software including your products (TeamCity e.g.) which post notifications to Slack channel via hooks.

        Also as I understand from the doc every user should configure notifications for herself/himself in YT – what he/she want to receive? Is that true?
        It could handy for some people to fine tune but in general it looks complex as well. Usually Slack integrations just post events into channels. That’s usually enough.


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