In 2002 the software world looked quite different.
Bugzilla was the main bug tracking tool available, and a small company named Atlassian just launched its software, named Jira.
Jira, in reference to Gojira (Japanese for Godzilla), was intended to be a modern alternative to the market leader Bugzilla. Fast forward to 2018: Jira is used by more than 75,000 customers globally, who use JIRA for their entire software development lifecycle.
While all sorts of department and teams use Jira, its core use case is still its issue tracking and ticketing functionality.
And with this article, we show you how to collect feedback from colleagues, and track bugs with Jira more effectively.
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