After learning about Atlassian’s new event called “Appy Hours,” we are excited to share one of our Excel-like products that is very popular among Excel users. Appy Hours is a new monthly event that lets vendors show their products to the community with the hopes to attract new customers.
The structure of the event is to have four different companies, introduce and demo their products within 5 minutes, then questions will be saved and asked at the end. If you missed the event, no problem! The event was recorded and you can watch it on Atlassian’s YouTube channel!
We were selected as the first company to present! We decided to introduce our Excel-like Issue Editor for Jira by asking the people on zoom if they have you ever thought whether it is possible to edit and manage multiple issues at once simultaneously on a single spreadsheet? Yes! It is possible with our Excel-like Issue Editor for Jira. Our expert, Eric Huang, demonstrated the main features of Excel-like Issue Editor for Jira in this event.
During the demo on Excel-like Issue Editor for Jira, we talked about how you can manage your backlog like a pro and edit over 10,000 issues smoothly and efficiently. We also mentioned that Excel-like Issue Editor for Jira is loved by Jira Admins and PMPs because you are able to view and edit all your issues at once and you don’t have to worry about unauthorized changes with Jira group permissions. Check out the event on YouTube to see how Excel-like Issue Editor is used for managing multiple issues!
After everyone got a chance to introduce and demo their products, people in the zoom call got to vote for their favorite presentation and the event was posted on Atlassian’s YouTube channel. Overall, this was a fun event and we would be glad to participate in another Appy Hours event to showcase more of Ricksoft’s products!
If you missed out on Atlassian’s Appy Hours event check out the YouTube video
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