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    Helps to track your meetings in JIRA

    Helps to track your meetings in JIRA

    Ready to print Reports


    Light interface

    One click log from your meeting

    Showing what is happening during the meeting

    Really fast

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    by Ruth Cheesley on 2013-06-05
    This is a great plugin for having standup meetings via the web - a little odd if you're in the same room and could normally talk them through though! The PDF file generated is well laid out, and it's very useful being able to assign issues during the meeting and have that reflected in the notes. It's a small irritation that you can't actively invite someone to join the meeting, they have to go to the test sessions and join - but other than that we've not had any issues.
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    Hi Ruth,

    thanks for the review and feedback. It is always good to hear such things. 

    I am just not sure what type of invitation you mean. You can contact our support and request feature if you wish; we'll be pleased.

    by Jason Gross on 2013-03-19
    Decided not to use this tool. If we had all remote developers it might be more useful, but it doesn't provide much value. One suggestion from a developer is that if it allowed attaching scrum notes to a specific sprint (in greenhopper) it might be something we'd be interested in.
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    Hi Jason,

    thanks for your review and feedback.

    Yes, the plugin is meant to be used for international teams primarily. However, everyone can use it own way ....

    Regarding integration with GH - this looks to be really useful feature. We'll probably put it on roadmap.

    by Benni on 2013-01-15
    This is a really nice plugin. The problem is, that it works only with the default workflow scheme. Is it planed that this plugin works with non default workflow schemes too? Without this functionality --> only 2 stars With this functionality --> 4+ stars We would like and we would use it in this case.... Great idea ....
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    Hi Benjamin,

    thanks for the review.

    The problem is that plugin needs to recognize i.e. "close" workflow transition or "closed" status by default.

    Anyway, we are working to fix this issue as correctly as possible so new version will be released soon.


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    Version 1.4 JIRA Server 6.3.12 - 6.4.14 Released 2015-02-09


    Fixed issue with getting PDF reports


    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
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    To find older Active Scrum for JIRA versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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