Major Changes

  • We now support authentication against multiple LDAP domains.
  • Lots of refinements to our new reporting functionality.
  • The BugMonkey 2.0 Plug-in allows users to customize FogBugz for themselves, and allows admins to customize FogBugz for their users, with fine-grained control over opt-in, opt-out, or mandatory customizations.
  • Our Case Event Edit plug-in got more awesome. You should check it out.
  • It’s now possible to star and unstar cases via the API. Admins can star or unstar cases for other users.
  • The URLTrigger plug-in allows you to specify GET or POST, so you can better integrate FogBugz with arbitrary outside systems.
  • We made it easier to find a person’s estimate history. Click on their name in any case and you’ll get a link to their estimate page.
  • The [EmailUsers plugin] now allows you to send broadcast emails to all your FogBugz users.
  • Custom fields does a better job validating numeric input.
  • Refinements to the Project Admin role. They can now administer permissions on their own projects, but only for users with whom they currently share visibility on a project.

Minor Changes

  • Many continuing adjustments for the quirks of IE9.
  • Continuing fixes and improvements to the awesome Visual Studio 2010 plug-in.
  • When using the Filter Export plugin, subcases not matching the current filter are no longer exported.
  • Many improvements to the robustness and completeness of the XML API.
  • Large wiki diffs no longer cause Javascript to stall out in Firefox.
  • Entire wikis can now be undeleted… and we made the confirmation a little sterner.
  • The listSnippets command in the XML API now returns correct XML.
  • Mailboxes are now easier to administer. Any alias that the mailbox has set will be reflected in the admin page.
  • The FogBugz OpenSearch provider now includes the site hostname to help distinguish which FogBugz instance is being searched. This will help with built-in Chrome searching and browser-installed search engines.
  • Made it easier to customize FogBugz by exposing the “BugViewChange” Javascript event in the window object.
  • The AttachmentSidebar plugin gives a clickable list of all case attachments on the left side of the case.
  • Even more “adjustments” for IE9’s “features”.