By Nick WillsPublished Nov 17, 2016 09:59:13The Jira platform, which is used by over one billion people around the world, has had its share of controversies in the past few months.
The company has come under fire for its alleged use of ‘deletion’ and ‘lock-in’ features, which means that it won’t delete a user’s data once they log in.
The technology was introduced to combat the widespread adoption of email for mass communication in 2009, and has become the go-to tool for many people in the field.
But now the company has introduced a new feature that has users wondering what is going on with the software.
The new feature allows users to remove or edit their deleted notes.
The feature is designed to be used by people with the most sensitive of notes, who may have more than 100,000 or more items to remove.
It’s not yet available for everyone, however.
In the meantime, users can use the new feature to help themselves remove or delete their most sensitive notes.
Ajmal Singh, senior vice president of software at Jira, told Reuters the company was looking into the issue and will soon be rolling out the new features.
“I think that there is a lot of discussion on what should happen with deleted notes,” he said.
“There is some concern about how to handle deleted notes, and we are going to have a conversation with the community and get more information from them.”
Ajpal Singh told Reuters Jira will not be releasing details about the new functionality until after it has worked with the affected users.