Thanks for your feedback on Jira 8.22 EAP 01. Please welcome the next EAP that brings you as close as you can get to the official Jira 8.22 release.
Popper replaces Tipsy in AUI 9.3.5
We’ve upgraded AUI to version 9.3.5, which replaces the Tipsy tooltip generation library with Popper.
Configure Jira as an OAuth 2.0 provider
To complete our OAuth 2.0 functionality, we’ve now added a way to configure Jira as an OAuth 2.0 provider, allowing you to exchange data with external applications in both directions – either by giving external applications access to Jira data or letting Jira request data from these applications.
Web Resource Management 5.0
Web Resource Management (WRM) is a tool that takes care of serving static assets for the whole Jira, including plugins. With the upgraded version we can provide better page loading performance.
XStream 1.4.17 vulnerability mitigation
com.thoughtworks.xstreamto version 1.4.18. XStream is a library used for serialization/deserialization of Java objects to/from XML. This update limits the range of types that can be serialized/deserialized to increase security.
Multiple email channels (Data Center)
You can now configure as many dedicated email channels as you need for better communication with customers. Their emails will turn into requests or comments, personalizing and speeding up the process.
SLA configuration interface (Data Center)
We’re introducing a brand new SLA configuration interface so that all settings related to SLAs live in the same space for easier management and monitoring.
Auto-populated request fields (Data Center)
Many of our users aren’t linking a Confluence knowledge base to their service projects and find the default search bar not needed or even confusing. That’s why we’ve now added an option to disable the search bar.
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The Jira team