Johanna Pichotka

A new Epic Sum Up version is out now. This release was all about adding new functionalities to our Detail View Editor. 
Containers, our structural element similar to epics but with more flexibility, are now available in Cloud.
At Epic Sum Up, we believe in the power of continuous improvement and delivering a product that exceeds our customers' expectations. With that mindset, we are thrilled to announce the release of Epic Sum Up 4.1.
When we describe Epic Sum Up, we will often mention that it helps project managers who use Jira find the information they need quickly. We wanted that same principle – finding information simply and quickly – to be fully reflected in our user documentation as well.
The new Epic Sum Up major version - Epic Sum Up 4.0 - is out now Epic Sum Up has reached another milestone. This release sets the path for Epic Sum Up to become a complete lean project management suite.
Accounting of Support Tickets is not always an easy thing to do, especially when billed hourly. In this blog post, we’re going to be covering how we create an overview of support tickets and spent dodge coins using Epic Sum Up.
We have just released Epic Sum Up 3.10. It’s a summary panel update with a bunch of new features
We have again released a new Epic Sum Up Version: Server/Data Center 3.9 and Cloud 2.2.  After our big release 3.8, we have added a few new features on top.
To support smaller teams and give admins the chance to try apps for a longer period of time, many cloud apps on the Atlassian Marketplace are now free for up to 10 users.
We have released two new Epic Sum Up Versions: Server/DataCenter 3.8 and Cloud 2.1.