2012 年 12 月 10 日
The Atlassian team announces the release of GreenHopper 6.1, launching epics out of Labs.
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Upgrading to GreenHopper 6.1 is free for all customers with an active GreenHopper license.
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In GreenHopper 6.1 we are delighted to launch epics out of Labs. Epics are now automatically enabled for every Scrum board, appearing in the left-hand panel:
Originally released (via Labs) in GreenHopper 6.0.6, we added colour customisation and inline editing in GreenHopper 6.0.7. This was followed in GreenHopper 6.0.8 by progress bars, an Epics panel that follows you down the page, and the ability to create an issue that is automatically added to your chosen sprint.
You can now exclude completed epics from Plan mode to keep it uncluttured.
Simply select Mark as Done in the epic drop-down:
Technical notes for the curious: Epics now have a custom field called Epic Status, of type Status of Epic (for details please see GreenHopper JIRA Configuration). Marking an epic as "Done" will set the epic's Epic Status field to "Done", but will not affect the epic's workflow or its Status field, and none of the epic's issues will be affected.
Change History is now stored on the epic (as well as on the included issues), and is visible when you view the issue in JIRA.
For example, if issue SSP-1 is added to epic SSP-24, then SSP-1 will look like this:
... and SSP-24 will look like this:
In Plan mode, you can now drag-and-drop issues to an epic from either the backlog, a planned sprint or an active sprint.
Ever used Quick Filters in Plan mode, and forgotten they were on? (We have.)
So now there is a Filtered iconat the top of the backlog — and in each sprint header — to indicate that one or more filters have been applied. Click it to clear all filters.
GreenHopper 6.1 includes the following updates and bug fixes: