Product Update

New Resizable Requirements and User Story Panel

The Requirements and User Story panel in Manager can now be expanded to provide a "full size" document view of the requirement’s description or collapsed into a compact view of the requirement’s details.

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The expanded view makes it much easier to work on large, complex requirements and stories, while the compact view allows you to quickly scan through and review multiple cards. 

Pair the flexible card resizing with the custom views and filters to optimize the Manager workspace throughout the lifecycle of your project.

Free Plug-in for Jira Now Available

iRise Plug-in for Jira is a free add-on to Jira Cloud that allows you to easily connect your iRise screenshots directly to Jira issues.  

Note: The plug-in does not work for privately-hosted/deployed instances of Jira (on premise, AWS, or any other private cloud hosting provider).

Installation

To install the iRise Plug-in for Jira add-on, you must be a Jira administrator.  

  1. From the Jira Dashboard, access Settings and select Add-ons > Find new add-ons to search the Atlassian Marketplace for the iRise Plug-in for Jira. (Or you can access the iRise Plug-in for Jira directly from the Atlassian Marketplace here)

  2. Click install and accept and install to confirm the installation of the iRise Plug-in for Jira.

Note: Once installed, the iRise Plug-in for Jira is available on all Jira issues. No additional configuration is required.

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Attach iRise screenshot to Jira issue

To attach an iRise screenshot to a Jira issue: 

  1. Copy the related prototype link from iRise Player: v11.3.6 and up: Click Copy Screen link (the link icon) from the iRise Toolbar.
    Pre-v11.3.6: Select More Actions (the gear icon) > Send link and copy the URL from the Link to Page dialog.

  2. Paste link into a Jira issue in the input field in the iRise section and click Attach Screen.

  3. Refresh the Jira issue. The iRise screen thumbnail will be added to the iRise section. Additional iRise project and screen information including Screen name, Project name, and Last Updated will be displayed as well.

Review iRise screenshot from Jira issue

To review attached iRise screenshots in Jira: 

  1. Open a Jira issue after an iRise screenshot has been attached.

  2. Navigate to the iRise section in the Jira issue. All users will see a thumbnail of the related iRise screenshot.

  3. Click the thumbnail to open an expanded view of the iRise screenshot.

Review iRise prototype from Jira issue

To launch the related iRise prototype in iRise Player from Jira: 

  1. Open a Jira issue after an iRise screenshot has been attached.

  2. Navigate to the iRise section in the Jira issue. All users will see a thumbnail of the related iRise screenshot.

  3. iRise users, with access to the related iRise project, can also click the Play project icon to directly launch iRise Player to review the prototype and contextual requirements and comments.

Edit iRise prototype from Jira issue

To launch the related iRise prototype in iRise Editor from Jira: 

  1. Open a Jira issue after an iRise screenshot has been attached.

  2. Navigate to the iRise section in the Jira issue.

  3. iRise users, with access to the related iRise project, can click the Edit project icon to directly launch iRise Editor to edit the related prototype.

Reminder: Every iRise plan supports unlimited Reviewers, so all Jira users can review and provide feedback on iRise prototypes directly on the iRise platform for no additional cost.

Product Update: New Integrations

Product Update: New Integrations

New integrations are now available for JIRA, Rally, VersionOne, HP ALM/QC, IBM Rational, Microsoft TFS, Jama, and Blueprint. With these integrations, your iRise prototypes, as well as requirements and comments from stakeholder reviews, are visible to the entire development team. The integrations are bidirectional, allowing users within the context of the prototypes to enter comments, or set the status and details of a user story or requirement.