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.
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.
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.
The AttachmentSidebar plugin gives a clickable list of all case attachments on the left side of the case.