Atlassian introduces Atlas to help teams innovate and collaborate

The powerful suite of Atlassian products includes a new member in the form of Atlas, dedicated to helping teams manage their work – no matter where it exists – and better collaborate across teams. Atlassian says it’s the first teamwork directory to connect the dots between teams, their apps, and their work.

Atlassian’s Atlas provides teams with a common vocabulary to communicate openly and gain a shared understanding of the context of their work. It answers questions like what do we do? Why are we doing this? How’s it going? Who works on it?

In any reasonably sized business, it can be difficult to find the answers to these questions if you don’t know who to talk to or where to look. Subject matter experts are spread across the enterprise and it is estimated that the average number of applications used in an organization ranges from 89 to 187 or more. Work information is scattered. Yet these applications are specialized; you can’t force teams to stop using the apps that allow them to perform at their best.

Enter Atlas: Atlassian already ran it in private beta as Team Central last year, and it’s already helped Canva, Warby Parker, and LaunchDarkly keep their teams aligned and delivering better results.

Atlas provides each project with a landing page detailing what it’s all about, what success looks like, then enriched with smart links that allow you to integrate documents from all kinds of work management tools – Confluence , of course, but also Google Docs, Sigma, Loom, Trello, Jira, Asana and others.

Each project can be connected to corporate goals, helping managers track progress. For the project team itself, updates can be saved to the Atlas project and – yes! – eliminate the need to meet live. Read and write updates when it’s convenient for you, and see a personalized summary of updates on the projects and goals you follow every Monday – delivered wherever you want, including Slack or Teams. It’s time to do away with the dreaded status meeting and allow people to stay in their flow and consume information when it suits them.

Plus, updates are limited to 280 characters to stop the dithering and help everyone be better communicators. Updates can be supplemented with rich media.

There is more; you can link particular projects and goals to specific Slack channels. You can enable teams of teams to collaborate on projects cross-functionally. You can see the team or teams working on any project or goal – and because people update it weekly, you have the most accurate and up-to-date representation of activity and performance. ownership across the business.

Atlas, as you’d expect, integrates seamlessly with Confluence and Jira and other Atlassian products, while similarly enriching Microsoft Teams profiles and other workforce products.

How much do you expect to pay? Well, it’s free up to 10,000 users. If your organization has less than 10,000 users, there’s no reason not to try it now. And, if you have over 10,000, there’s no reason not to try it.

Individual profiles show projects and reporting lines and self-formed teams


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