Please welcome the new and improved Issues List! Experience significant enhancements in both performance and appearance. Now you can switch to dark mode, use the convenient sidebar and toolbar, choose which fields you want visible on the Issues List, use actions to select and to apply a command to all of the issues at the same time.
We've extended our Markdown implementation to support HTML markup. Enhance issue descriptions, comments, and text fields with collapsible blocks, custom text colors, line breaks in table cells, and much more.
You can now display a stream of issue-related activity for a variety of predefined event categories. Configure widgets for your dashboard to track updates in different projects or monitor changes applied by specific users.
You can now link your YouTrack projects to repositories that are hosted on a Bitbucket Server, Gogs, or Gitea installation.
We've enabled the option to select additional languages that are supported by community-based localization. Start working with YouTrack in simplified Chinese, Hebrew, Hungarian, and Korean. These language options are available at the global level or as a per-user preference.
There are still a lot of other languages out there which we do not cover. You are welcome to join our localization efforts, it would be a great help to the community.
The Reports page sports an updated sidebar that gives you one-click access to all your favorite reports and hides the ones you don’t use.
We've enhanced the appearance of fenced code blocks in Markdown. Blocks of code in a specified language display a language tag and line numbers for the code. Blocks that are specified as text appear in a monospace font without syntax highlighting.
Add direct links to files that are attached to an issue. Instead of making other users guess which attachment you're talking about, just point to it directly.
We've added token validation to issue attachment URLs. Files that are attached to issues can be shared on behalf of the user who copied the URL.
While your projects evolve and grow, you can freely change your project IDs without breaking any external links to them. YouTrack now stores the collection of IDs that were previously used as issue prefixes in a project. When you change the ID in a project, the IDs for the issues in this project are also updated. External links to issues that use historical project IDs are redirected to issues that use the current project ID.
The option to archive values in fields that store data as a version is now extended to values in additional fields that store enumerated types. Retire values that you no longer want to use without applying unwanted updates to large batches of issues.
The settings for integrations with TeamCity now accept a token for authorization instead of a username and password. You no longer need to store your personal passwords in the integration settings and can freely update your passwords without breaking integrations.
Users who have sufficient permissions can now generate permanent tokens on behalf of users who have lower levels of permission in YouTrack. Authenticate logins that support third-party integrations even when the connection requires a second authentication factor.
YouTrack is now compatible with Java SE 11 and no longer relies on Java 8.