The creator of the issue is now automatically recorded in the issue. The creator of the issue is the person who generated the issue. If the issue is created from an email, the issue creator is the person in the FROM: field on the email. If someone who is logged into Orange Tracker generates the issue by selecting the "Create" button, the issue creator is that user. You can view the issue creator in the issue history tab. NOTE: pre-existing issues created before the upgrade will have the creator set to the reporter of the issue at the the time of the upgrade.
2) Search by Creator
You can now search by the creator of the issue. Under "Issues" in the top menu, select "Search for Issues." Select "More" and then "Creator" from the drop-down list.
Editing and Searching
Edit one field at a time instead of having to go into edit mode for the whole page to make one change. Edit the reporter, assignee, summary, etc. directly by hovering over the field and then clicking the pencil button next to the field.
2) Easy Filtering of searches
Use drop-down lists to filter search results by project, reporter, issue status, date created, etc. The results will automatically update as you select filter options.
Default search screen:
Filter by Project and Status (Project=Dawn Agile, Status = In Progress):
Search by other criteria such as component, reporter, created date, text in a comment, text in a summary:
3) Panel of Common and Favorite Filters
The favorite filters will vary by user and displays the filters that have been marked as a favorite by that user.
You can hide the filters panel by selecting the "Undock filters" icon next to the "Filters" heading at the top of the panel.
While the filters panel is undocked, you can hover over the "dock" icon (just like undock except it is two greater than signs) to temporarily expand the panel. Click the "dock" icon to permanently expand the filters panel.
4) View an issue and a list of issues at the same time
NOTE: field editing is not available from the detail view in search results. You must select the issue-key displayed to bring up the issue view. Field editing will then be available.
5) Drag and Drop Columns to Be Displayed in Search Results
Notice how the "Updated" column is moved from the seventh column position to the second position in the two screenshots below.
6) Faster Searching for Issues
Use the "refresh" icon on the search results screen to update the displayed list with any issue changes that have occurred since the search was first performed (new issues, new update dates, etc.).
Change Your Personal Notification Options
Instead of viewing the dashboards when you first log into Orange Tracker, you can elect to see the issue navigator (where you can search for issues). Select your picture or avatar in the upper right-hand corner and then under "My JIRA Home" select "Issue Navigator."
The search that was last performed will display in issue navigator from the home page. You cannot set the issue navigator to a specific search on the home page. The "agile" option should not be chosen by most users (a small number of projects use agile).
Issue date/time fields show a relative date/time instead of an absolute date time. You can still hover over the field to see the absolute date and time.
Hover over relative date/time to view absolute time:
3) Limited mobile interface (iPhone and Android)
Instead of text, lozenges (colored boxes) are used to display status so statuses are more visible on the issue screen.
5) Create Button for Creating Issues
Instead of a "create issue" link, a colorful "Create" button in the top menu is used to create new issues.
6) Reports available from the Project Overview Page
Select a project from the "Projects" menu in the top menu bar and a link to reports will be available in the left-hand menu.
If you are in the project manager role for a project, you can add a new component right from the component field on an issue in the project. Simply click the pencil for the field to edit it and then start typing the new component name. A box will appear below the field that says "(New Component)" and the name you are typing.
The new component will be added when you press return and then select the check mark to update the field. A poup box will then appear that tells you the new component has been added to the project.
If you want to add a description, default assignee, or component lead, you will need to navigate to the Project Administration screen. You can also only delete components from the Project Administration screen.
1) The Project Lead is included in the "Other Users" dropdown
2) You can attach files from your connected device to the notification, as well as files that are attached to the issue.
3) Notifications sent using Email This Issue are displayed on the Emails tab under Issue Activity.
Link to New Issue Replaces Create and Link
To clone an issue with options to select a new project or update issue fields, use the Link to New Issue action, located on the issue screen, under the "More" menu. Navigate to the issue you wish to clone, click the More drop down, and select Link to New Issue.
On the next screen, choose the project and optionally the Issue Type for the new issue.
The reporter field isn't inherited by the new issue, so be sure to update it. The Summary and Description fields are inherited, but you can update these fields, as well as any other fields that appear on the screen. Clone options offer the ability to copy watchers, comments, and attachments, if any exist on the original issue. Click the Create button to create the new issue. A link to the original issue will be created automatically.