What's New in Vivid Trace 1.4
Trace arbitrary JQL queries in the new Trace Studio.
Accessible from nearly everywhere in Jira, the Trace Studio is a new focal point in Vivid Trace. You can design, run, save, and tweak traces with parameters that parallel the
relations JQL function suite and also design the information display to help you visualize and communicate issues and relations, produce traceability reports, conduct change impact analysis, or assure compliance. More information
Vivid Trace for Confluence
You can embed saved traces in Confluence pages using the new Trace macro in Vivid Trace for Confluence, new in Vivid Trace 1.4.4. Great for visually describing and annotating your requirements, test plans, and other project artifacts in Confluence with traces directly from Jira. More information
Issue-context trace can be shown in its own panel.
Whereas in previous releases of Vivid Trace traces on individual issue pages were found in a tab in the Activity panel, the project configuration offers the option to show traces in a dedicated panel, making traces easier to access and control visibility of.
Click or tap the "Trace" panel title to alternately hide and reveal the trace. Traces are not fetched while the panel is hidden, which can help pages to load faster. More information
Graph and performance improvements.
You can limit how far away from the contextual or seed issues to graph using the new Graph Distance setting, available in all graphs. More information
The Graph Direction setting in the Trace Studio offers additional graph layout directions: right-to-left, and top-to-bottom. More information
Limit Jira server-side graph calculation time and system load with the new Graph Traversal Time Limit add-on setting. More information
Many new add-on localizations to support teams in multiple regions and cultures.
You and your team members around the world can each use the Vivid Trace Jira add-on software in your own choice of any of 20 languages. The localizations are generated from Vivid Trace's open translation management system — improvements and new language contributions are welcome.
- 中文/中国 (Simplified Chinese)
- 中文/香港 (Hong Kong Chinese)
- 中文/台灣 (Taiwan Chinese)
- čeština (Czech)
- Dansk (Danish)
- Nederlands (Dutch)
- suomi (Finnish)
- français (French)
- Deutsch (German)
- italiano (Italian)
- 日本語 (Japanese)
- 한국어 (Korean)
- norsk (Norwegian)
- Polski (Polish)
- Português (Portuguese)
- Русский (Russian)
- Español (Spanish)
- svenska (Swedish)
- Türkçe (Turkish)