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Changelog · May 8, 2024

See coding activity related to an issue at a glance

When it comes to diagnosing activity patterns and improving the flow of work, looking at issue cycle time is a great place to start. But there are more perspectives to understanding issue activity.

Everywhere you see an issue in Swarmia, you can click on it to see its lifetime and active days. The lifetime includes all activities related to the issue and is usually longer than the cycle time. Active days show how many days there were contributions to the issue. You can also see how the scope changed over time and drill deeper into individual tasks.

This time, we've introduced a new way to look at coding activity related to an issue. Simply click on an issue, scroll down to the bottom, and you’ll see all the pull requests linked to the issue and all of its subtasks. You can view the total number of pull requests, as well as their cycle time, size, and author. You can also navigate to individual pull requests, subtasks, and deployments, all without losing context.

More improvements:

  • Swarmia Export API now supports full org-level DORA metrics and all Code Insights columns on the team level. The feature is currently in Alpha. Reach out to us at hello@swarmia.com if you’re interested in trying it out.
  • In Deployment Insights, Time to Recovery and resolving deployment version are now shown in the details popup for the failed deployment. You can also click on the resolving deployment version on the table to open it in the details popup. We also improved attribution of pull requests to deployments when deploying to a new environment for the first time.
  • We improved data sync for customers using Jira, making it easier to follow progress when syncing specific projects.
  • If you’re looking to upgrade from free to a paid Swarmia plan, you can now pay for your Swarmia subscription with a credit card.

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