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    by iDalko for JIRA Server 6.1 - 7.1.7 and more versions
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    Combine the strengths of JIRA with the structure of tables

    Combine the strengths of JIRA with the structure of tables

    Extend the usage of JIRA

    Rich table functionality

    Easy Configuration

    Extend the usage of JIRA, by adding more detailed information to your issue types or start building new applications.Track milestones, releases, quote line items, employee history...

    Easily view and edit data in a tabular form, using different column types, totaling, sorting and filtering, formulas, lists. Search the content of the grid using standard filters.

    It's easy to configure a table, columns and database connections. Initialize grids and lists from queries. Setup and edit look-up tables. Calculate the values of columns.

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    Extend your JIRA issues with more detailed information.

    Have you ever wondered how you could use JIRA for following up on sales opportunities (CRM)? For keeping track of actions or resource allocation? For collecting data from surveys during telemarketing actions? Creating and managing offers and quotes?

    The Table Grid Editor is a JIRA add-on that allows you to view and edit tabular data, stored in local or external database, from within your JIRA issues.

    You can easily combine and manage data from multiple systems into one editable and highly customizable table grid. Users can update their data directly in the external database.

    Create an issue and associate multiple contacts, milestones, risks, action items to it.

    No sub-tasks required.

    Checkout the pivot gadget if you want to report on the data contained in your grid tables.

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    by Steven Gertiser on 2016-05-17
    This grid has been a life-saver for one of our projects. The support team is very responsive and they have in fact implemented a couple of our suggestions into their standard product. Highly recommended.
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    by Mohammed Daginawala on 2016-04-21
    The table grid editor is an amazing tool. My team uses it for all out JIRA projects. What I like even for is the extremely quick response I get from the TGE developers in case of issues or questions. You guys are going a great job!
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    by Mike Whitlock on 2016-03-29
    All in all, this is an awesome product that I highly recommend to all JIRA users. The functionality of the plug-in is great (and you can do a ton of cool stuff with it), but the customer service and documentation is amazing. You can get so much technical information from the documentation (most plug-ins just have sales information). I, however, had a scenario that I need to submit a ticket for support (I really didn't expect any real help for my issue). The iDalko Team not only solved my issue, but did it in a very fast turnaround. Thank you for providing such an amazing all around product... this plug-in should be the gold standard for all JIRA plug-ins.
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    by Carsten Knobloch on 2016-03-03
    Good support for a product that still needs a bit of improvment and is badly in need of a good documentation. examples are always fine but not a replacement.
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    Hello Carsten,

    Thanks for the feedback - improving the documentation is indeed something that we need to tackle. Would you mind to send a number of suggestions to support dot tge at idalko.com for us to further track.


    by jmckinley on 2016-03-02
    The product is great, but the customer service is amazing. I've gotten very familiar with working with plug-ins with Jira, but I had a scenario involving TGE I couldn't figure out on my own. I submitted a ticket to iDalko, not really expecting a useful response. Boy was I wrong. They responded back quickly with some documentation that was somewhat like I wanted, but not exactly. They offered to write that I needed and sent me full instructions on how to implement it. Their customer service is unlike anything I've ever encountered with a software vendor. You can purchase this plug-in with full confidence that you'll have a support team on the other side that will help you to the best of their ability.
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    Version 1.20.0 JIRA Server 6.1 - 7.1.7 Released 2016-05-16


    Grid display options and user list formatting


    To accommodate a couple of user requests, we introducted additional properties to format the display of the grid using

    With the new col.xyz.formatUser property, you can now format the display of users in user lists. And if you hover above a name, you will see the typical JIRA user popup.

    Also check out the Full Screen Dialogs add-on - see your tables in full.


    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Table Grid Editor via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Table Grid Editor. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Table Grid Editor begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your JIRA instance.

    To find older Table Grid Editor versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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