Be nice. Or else.
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Sounds like a bigger problem with their algorithm rather than the bigger players.
Try zeplin or invision.
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Oh, so you're speaking for everyone now?
I think you should heed your own advice which would reveal to you the credibility in my statement. I'm not speaking for everyone. They've already spoken; I'm just reiterating since you don't seem to be comprehending the comments and the upvotes accompanied with those comments.
Na I think we all pretty clearly get what you mean. And we think you're wrong.
I don't disagree with you, but with INV's track record in fixing bugs in their system. Let's just say my faith is a bit lower than others, maybe.
Wouldn't it make sense to make the software stable first? You know something you could actually use in a production environment before opening the software up for 3rd party development.
I'm only counting 15. Scroll bar is induced because of your viewport size. On a desktop, it is not there.
Their nav isn't the greatest, but I do think it's the best you can do with the complex system they have to do deal with. Luckily these have tooltips on hover so it's not that bad to figure out what is what. It's just at a glance they are pretty horrid; doesn't help that most of those icons make no sense at all.
And overall I think the new Jira redesign is great. Much more unified vision and style across the entire suite and company.
I saw it a couple days ago and I'm in Denver, CO, USA. I think it looks pretty bad and competes with the like button.
I'm also on their beta app account for android. So not sure if that matters for my desktop experience in possibly be flagged to test new features.
Well if you read the release notes you will get a better idea of the context. They don't go into details.
So far good for me.
Be nice. Or else.
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