At Assembla, we have noticed some interesting trends:
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WHO: Assembla tickets users.
WHY: You need better real-time collaboration on tickets.
WHAT: The updated interface has real-time updates, statuses, and usability enhancements.
HOW: The feature is being rolled out gradually to all Assembla users worldwide.
Topics: Real time tickets
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One of the most useful (and oldest) features in Assembla is the link from code commits to tickets.
To link a code commit to ticket 30886, you just put "#30886" somewhere in the commit comments. Then, when you go to the ticket, you will see the a new comment with a link to the code commit. On code commit, you will see a link to the ticket.
WHO: For Assembla Git users.
WHY: You want an improved merge request feature.
WHAT: The updated UI has a clean design with easy to access actions, better navigation, events stream, unified diff view option and performance improvements under the hood.
HOW: The feature is available effective immediately.
If you are an Assembla Git user, read on about this major upgrade to the Code Review process with an improved Merge Request UI.
WHO: For all Assembla New Cardwall users.
WHY: You want to quickly understand which tickets on the New Cardwall have been forgotten and require the attention of a manager or assignee.
WHAT: This feature marks tickets without activity with spiderwebs - the longer a ticket goes without acivity, the more spiderwebs.
HOW: The feature is currently available in the New Cardwall.
WHO: For all Assembla users.
WHY: You want quickly customize your ticket statuses.
WHAT: This feature allows you to do that directly in New Cardwall.
HOW: The feature is available to all users effective immediately.
We are working on a set of features that will allow you to get the best configuration out of the ticket tool for you and your team.
WHO: For all Assembla users.
WHY: You want to use some of Assembla's functionality on your mobile device.
WHAT: New responsive design makes it easy for you to check your mentions, view/edit tickets, and search for content on your mobile device.
HOW: The responsive design is available to all users effective immediately.
If you currently access Assembla on your mobile device or would like to, read on for more information about our latest responsive design improvements.
Our service provider and marketing agency customers asked for features to help them work more effectively with their clients. Assembla has been investing in such features and asking for your help along the way.
Based on your feedback, we released the new time tracking feature that lets you easily track time entries for all your activities on a weekly basis. Now, we are introducing a time analysis feature so you can easily create, save, and export time reports, called timesheets. These timesheets can be exported into CSV format for further editing or can be exported directly into Freshbooks or Harvest for billing purposes.
The time analysis feature is currently available to Assembla portfolio customers only and will be unveileved over the next few days. You can access it by selecting the time tool in the portfolio navigation tools dropdown menu or at 'yourportfolio.assembla.com/p/timesheets/analysis'.