A New Financials View and a Few Feedback-Driven Enhancements
A new Financials page was added to Bloomfilter! We will be progressively building out functionality over the next couple of months. It starts with:
A CSV upload option was added to the Integrations settings. Users are now able to download a spreadsheet template, and then upload their blended hourly rate, per project. This rate will be used to drive the cost breakdowns provided in the Financials section.
The first data visual introduced for Financials - Division of Cost, which shows the share of each type of project. We’ve also included a legend to help users appreciate the definition and dollar value for each project type.
Bloomfilter is now prioritizing functional feedback from the Early Adopter Program! This essential feedback/data will build a better Bloomfilter by introducing more scenarios and edge cases to stretch our algorithmic capabilities.
We’ve updated the logo to reflect that a beta version is officially underway! We look forward to new customers working with us in this phase of Bloomfilter through our Early Adopter Program.
Updated navigation UX including new icons and expand/collapse functionality.
Removed the project limit for a user integrating with a Jira instance.
Project health algorithm now more accurately displays the effects of over-commitment in sprints when compared to historical performance.
We improved the service that analyzes issues that are not clearly associated with a specific sprint so that items in the backlog of a sprint board are not automatically included in the evaluation of the current sprint.
Fixed a bug that caused projects with thousands of tasks to timeout.
Fixed a bug that overstated the average work item age.
Fixed a bug that overwrote project scoring to numerical vs letter grading.
We introduced valuable features like error screens, visual representation for non-working days, and enhanced security measures. We also improved the user experience when navigating between Jira boards, and upgraded Bloomfilter with Mantine 6.0 for more design flexibility.
The first of two deployments aimed at supporting multiple active boards per project, i.e. if your Engineering and QA teams work off of different boards. While the work on that more complex feature will carry over into our next release (mid April), we shipped some minor bug fixes in the mean time.