A few days ago, we rolled out a significant update to our hosted development tool, Jira Studio.
First, we’ve upgrade Jira Studio to Confluence 2.8. Laura posted all the details about 2.8 earlier, but in brief, Confluence 2.8 features an updated user interface focused on making our Wiki easier to use (and look at), better searching, and more, for a total of over 90 improvements. Check out Laura’s Post for more details on Confluence 2.8.
Speaking of search, this update to Jira Studio includes Studio-wide searching. The search box found on every page now allows you to search across Issues, Wiki pages, Reviews, and Code. And you can filter the results based on Project. Have a look:
Performance was another focus of this update, and you’ll see big improvements in the Source and Review tabs.
Finally, we now allow certain 3rd party plugins to be installed into your Jira Studio Instance. Currently we support Gliffy and EditGrid for Confluence. EditGrid and Gliffy licenses are, as they say, sold separately. Check out the Jira Studio Plugin Policy for complete details.

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