Welcome to YouTrack 2018.2
YouTrack 2018.2 introduces New Project Page, YouTrack Docker Image, and other improvements.
YouTrack 2018.2 comes with a fully redesigned Projects page to give you a more convenient way to view the projects that you’re interested in. Mark projects as favorites and jump straight to pages and actions that are supported by the connected services.
The Docker image that was previously published on an experimental basis is now available for use in a production environment. Pull the image from the repository and run it as a new installation or migrate your current YouTrack service to run in a Docker container.
This authentication module lets you configure YouTrack as a SAML service provider. This lets users log in to YouTrack with credentials from a third-party SAML identity provider.
The IP-based throttling feature has been replaced with the option to apply rate limits to failed login attempts per login. When used together with a reCAPTCHA challenge, this feature protects your installation from brute-force attacks without blocking users who have simply forgotten their passwords.
We’ve added new options that help you comply with requests from users who want to access or erase their personal data.
A new option has been added to the backlog for an agile board which lets you switch between a tree view and a flat list of issues. Use this feature to only see the list of issues in your backlog without any dependencies.
You can now enter a sort order in the query settings or filter for an agile board, so that the cards will be sorted by the specified attribute automatically. For example, if you always want the issues on the board sorted by priority, set sort by: priority in the settings. Please note, when the search query in the board settings include a sort attribute, manual sorting is disabled.
New options for Gantt Chart reports let you add two new constraints that are based on the values in custom fields. This lets you apply constraints based on the number of assignees in your project and a field that stores a start date.
For most custom field types, you now have the option to sort values by secondary properties. In addition to sorting values automatically by name, you can sort builds by version or assemble date, and versions by version or release date. When the values in the custom fields are sorted, you can use these sorting options in the search.
Instead of attaching all files to an issue, you can attach files directly to comments. This feature helps teams that work with documents or design prototypes locate the latest versions faster.
We have extended the search query language to include a search term that returns issues that are similar to a specified issue. This lets you find similar issues in the search overlay in the redesigned view for single issues.
You can now configure custom fields to require a selection without using an empty value or writing a workflow.
When you search for issues by fix version or build, you can now use keywords that return versions that are released or archived.
New views on the Groups page show you a list of project teams and a mixed mode that shows both groups and teams. We also added an action on this page that lets you merge a group into a project team.
A new Clone option lets you create a new role with a set of permissions that is identical to an existing role, then add or remove permissions as desired.
All authentication-related settings have moved from the Global Settings page to a new Common Settings page for all authentication modules. This page also contains configuration options for the new login-based throttling feature and the input fields for connecting to Google reCAPTCHA.
When using YouTrack as a SAML identity provider, you now have the option to specify the names of the attributes for user login, full name, and email address that are passed to the SAML service provider.
We’ve added a new parameter for on-schedule rules which lets you update issues in the background on a set schedule without sending notifications for issue updates.
The Create Issue page gets a facelift with the same polish and presentation that we delivered with the redesigned view for single issues.