Atlas by Atlassian updates
Atlas by Atlassian updates

Introducing an all-new teams directory




Now you can find people and teams across your company based on the project they’re working on, the goals they’re contributing to, how they fit into your company, and where they’re located. Take it for a spin here!


What’s new?

In addition to finding people and teams, you can use new filters to find projects, goals, and managers to get a clear picture of how your people and their work connect.


Discover relevant peers and teams to your role by browse groupings by departments, locations, and job titles.


What do I need to use the new filters?

  1. You can use the job title, project, goal, team, department and location filters today.

  2. To filter by manager, sync users from your Identity Provider. You'll need Atlassian Access, and currently Okta and Azure are supported.

  3. The job title, location and department filters are populated from information on user profiles. By default, this can be manually filled in by each user. Or, you can sync your organization's information from your external source of truth. (e.g.: Okta, Azure, Google Workspace)

🌖 Lights out! Dark mode is here




Want to make your Atlas experience easier on the eyes? Or, do you simply prefer the dark side? Now you can easily switch between light and dark mode to suit your preference.


Quickly toggle from light to dark mode at any time by clicking Appearance in the Settings drop-down–see how!

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Or, go to Personal settings and set your preference there. Dark mode is currently in beta and might be a little rough around the edges. If something doesn’t look right, please share with us from the Give feedback button.

🏷️ Curate work and add context with topics




Different teams have different needs when communicating and getting context on their work. With topics, anyone can see all related work, knowledge, and updates in one place. Now you can learn without knowing who to ask.


Every topic has its own page where you’ll see all the projects, goals, questions, learnings, and help links that have been tagged with that topic.


You can get a bird's eye view of all topics from the Topics directory–search for, discover hot, and see all topics you are following.

Learn how to get the most value out of topics here.

🔍 Find work you follow (or don’t)




Sometimes you just want to quickly see the status of every project or goal you’re following. Now you can.


Other times you might be looking to find work you should be following. And you can do that now too.


Available in the projects and goals directories, the new Following filter is ready to combine with other filters to help you find exactly what you’re looking for. 🧐

P.S. Don't forget you can always embed your search results in Jira or Confluence Cloud with Smart Links. It's as easy as copy and paste. 🪄

🎉 Atlas is out of beta!




Today marks a significant milestone in our journey to create the first teamwork directory to help every team stay in sync, async.


With Atlas now generally available we're introducing:

  • 🔒 Private projects to keep sensitive work under wraps
  • 🎯 Goal scoring for teams that use OKRs
  • 📋 Audit logs to record changes made in your workspace
  • 💲 Pricing with a generous Free plan for up to 35,000 users

Learn more about what's new here.

Thank you for your continued support. We could not be more excited about the road ahead!

🙌 from the (entire) Atlas team

💲 Introducing pricing




The new Free plan allows for up to 35,000 users, so everyone can experience the value of using Atlas at scale. It includes everything that was available during beta.


We’re also introducing two new paid plans–Standard and Premium–which cater to companies that have advanced customization, security, and support needs. Like Jira and Confluence Cloud, you only pay for users that have access to Atlas. And pricing is progressive, so the more users you have, the lower the average price per user.

You can start a free trial of paid plans at any time from the settings menu in Atlas:


Learn more about pricing for Atlas here.

🎯 Give goals a projected score




Goals in Atlas are a flexible system to communicate how your teams are progressing toward achieving shared outcomes. You can define parent goals, and sub-goals, assign owners for each, and link to contributing projects.


Now, with Atlas Standard, you can give goals a projected score based on how confident you are that you’ll meet your goal by your target date. This method of scoring goals is best if you use OKRs (Objectives and Key Results).


Workspace admins can turn on goal scoring in Workspace settings under Goal scoring method.

Learn more about goal scoring here.

🔒 Keep sensitive projects under wraps




While Atlas is all about encouraging open communication and transparency into work in progress, we know that there will always be bodies of work that must be kept private.


With private projects on the new Standard plan, you can restrict the viewing and editing of a project to specific individuals and teams.


When you create a new project you'll see the option to make it private. A couple of things to note:

  • Once a private project has been created it can't be made public to people in your Atlas workspace
  • Existing projects in Atlas can't be made private

Learn more about private projects here.

🔎 Search Jira, Confluence, and more




As we continue to enable more teams to work differently, together, it's now possible to search across Confluence, Jira, Trello, and Bitbucket from Atlas.


💡 Type / to perform a search from anywhere in Atlas and press Tab then -> to cycle between the results from each product.

🔗 Embed project briefs in Jira and Confluence




Sharing the context of what you’re working on with teams that operate in other products just got a lot easier thanks to an improvement to Smart Links.

Just copy and paste a link to an Atlas project’s about tab (e.g.<project-key>/about) into a Confluence page or Jira issue and select Display embed.


If you’d prefer to embed the project’s latest update, just paste a link to the project itself (e.g.<project-key>). In either case, viewers can always switch between the embedded project’s About and Updates tabs.

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Learn more about embedding Atlas in Atlassian products with Smart Links here.