company March 3, 2020

Critical tools united for a better developer workflow

By creating a centralized knowledge management ecosystem, companies are able to build a natural and sustainable culture of transparency, encouraging collaboration by improving access to information.

Thousands of you, developers and technologists around the world, work at organizations that use Stack Overflow for Teams to collaborate, harness knowledge, and share information. (And if you don’t, why not? You can try it for free!) Our Teams product was built in response to companies like Microsoft, Zapier, and Bloomberg asking for a way to give their technical teams a platform to share information that doesn’t get lost in email, chat threads, or wikis.

When I joined Stack Overflow earlier this year, I joined an organization that is passionate about streamlining and improving the developer workflow. Hence the focus on bringing key integrations to Stack Overflow for Teams like Okta, Microsoft Teams, and Slack. Today, I’m happy to announce that we’re integrating Teams with two more critical tools in the modern workflow: Jira and GitHub.

Stack Overflow for Teams is the central source of truth for tech knowledge within an organization. By integrating with key tools, teams are able to find answers regardless of where the information lives.

By creating a centralized knowledge management ecosystem, companies are able to build a natural and sustainable culture of transparency, encouraging collaboration by improving access to information. GitHub and Jira just made sense to bring on board as we work to help developers avoid context switching and get stuff done.

We look forward to enhancing our current integrations and providing more ways for teams to collaborate, share knowledge, and find information when it’s needed most. If you haven’t already, check out Stack Overflow for Teams and our integrations with Microsoft Teams, Jira, Slack, Okta, and GitHub.

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