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      Atlassian Status as at October 24 2011

      Hello Folks,

      Viewing issues from multiple JIRA projects is now a reality on the Rapid Board. You can prioritise stories in your backlog from multiple projects.

      For full details please see the GreenHopper 5.8 release announcement.

      The team will be continuing to iterate and improve the Rapid Board in upcoming releases. More details on the future of GreenHopper is available here.

      Thank you.

      Regards,
      Nicholas Muldoon

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      Atlassian Status as at October 24 2011 Hello Folks, Viewing issues from multiple JIRA projects is now a reality on the Rapid Board. You can prioritise stories in your backlog from multiple projects. For full details please see the GreenHopper 5.8 release announcement . The team will be continuing to iterate and improve the Rapid Board in upcoming releases. More details on the future of GreenHopper is available here . Thank you. Regards, Nicholas Muldoon
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          Julien Foulquier added a comment -

          Hello,

          I'd like to get a quick update from Atlassian's guys about the RapidBoard ? Is it going to enter into the production branch soon ? Is the project dead or something ?

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          Julien Foulquier added a comment - Hello, I'd like to get a quick update from Atlassian's guys about the RapidBoard ? Is it going to enter into the production branch soon ? Is the project dead or something ? ++
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          Ryan Brooks added a comment -

          @Julien Foulquier
          The Rapid Board is now available on GreenHopper if you're using JIRA 4.4 and GreenHopper 5.7.

          You just need to go into Administration->GreenHopper->General Configuration and select the Rapid Board option in "GreenHopper Labs" at the bottom of the page. You'll then get an extra option in the Agile menu for the Rapid Board.

          Although it's not perfect, the Rapid Board is a great improvement and has increased our reliance on JIRA/Greenhopper immensely. We're looking forward to future developments, so well done guys!

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          Ryan Brooks added a comment - @Julien Foulquier The Rapid Board is now available on GreenHopper if you're using JIRA 4.4 and GreenHopper 5.7. You just need to go into Administration->GreenHopper->General Configuration and select the Rapid Board option in "GreenHopper Labs" at the bottom of the page. You'll then get an extra option in the Agile menu for the Rapid Board. Although it's not perfect, the Rapid Board is a great improvement and has increased our reliance on JIRA/Greenhopper immensely. We're looking forward to future developments, so well done guys!
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          Julien Foulquier added a comment -

          @Ryan
          Ok thanks, will look into it.

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          Julien Foulquier added a comment - @Ryan Ok thanks, will look into it.
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          Hugh added a comment -

          Isn't the date at the top in "Atlassian Status as at April 6 2011" completely wrong? The post announcing Greenhopper 5.8 it references (http://blogs.atlassian.com/jira/2011/10/greenhopper-58-available-rapid-board-kanban.html) is dated October 18 2011, so shouldn't the headline of this thread read "Atlassian Status as at October 18 2011" (or later)?

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          Hugh added a comment - Isn't the date at the top in "Atlassian Status as at April 6 2011" completely wrong? The post announcing Greenhopper 5.8 it references ( http://blogs.atlassian.com/jira/2011/10/greenhopper-58-available-rapid-board-kanban.html ) is dated October 18 2011, so shouldn't the headline of this thread read "Atlassian Status as at October 18 2011" (or later)?
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          Nicholas Muldoon [Atlassian] added a comment -

          Thanks for pointing out the incorrect date in Atlassian Status, updated.

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          Nicholas Muldoon [Atlassian] added a comment - Thanks for pointing out the incorrect date in Atlassian Status, updated.