|To get an overview of new and updated features in the current YouTrack 3.3 release, take a look at What's New in YouTrack 3.3!|
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To start with, especially if you are new to YouTrack, we recommend you to take a look at our Quick Start Guides. Learn how to create and edit issues, use commands to change one or several issues at once, how to search for issues, how to use tags and saved searches, take screenshots within YouTrack and attach files to issues, how to receive notifications about changes in issues, and so on.
In addition to these guides, take a look at YouTrack demos — the quickest way to get familiar with YouTrack.
Where to next? Give a try to YouTrack FAQ — maybe your questions have been answered already.
For the most thorough users: dig into Search Query and Commands Reference to learn about all available command attributes, commands and search query grammar.
This section will help users to install YouTrack on various platforms and upgrade already existing instance to a new version.
For those of you who are going to upgrade an existing installation to YouTrack 3.0 it's highly recommended to view Converting Database for YouTrack Upgrade page before starting the upgrade.
Administrator's guide is for users with administrator permissions in YouTrack. It will help you to configure general settings of your YouTrack instance, manage your YouTrack database (i.e. configure database location, back up and restore your data), create and manage projects, add users and groups, configure user roles and permissions, create and manage custom issue fields.
This guide will help you to import your existing data from other issue tracking systems to YouTrack using YouTrack's Python Client Library. Currently, you can import data from Google Code Issue Tracker, Bugzilla, FogBugz, Mantis, and Trac. Also, you can import existing projects or even a single issue from another YouTrack installation.
Last, but not the least, import option is Import from a CSV File, which allows importing data from any issue tracker, in fact.
YouTrack also supports import from Atlassian Jira. However, importing issues from Jira is slightly different from other importing options and is not implemented via the Python Client Library. You can import projects from your Jira instance right from YouTrack's web UI.
Learn how to extend YouTrack abilities by integrating with external tools. Enable and configure mailbox integration to create issues automatically from emails, enable LDAP and OpenID support, enable and configure integration with test management tools to help your testers and QAs, and integrate YouTrack with TeamCity to not only automatically set 'fixed in build' fields but to enable integration with VCS and apply commands (fix issues, change their state, priority, assignee, etc.) to issues right from comments to your commits. Direct integration with GitHub allows you (if you are a GitHub user) to apply commands to issues from commit comments without using TeamCity.
We also provide support for OpenSearch format so you can search for issues in YouTrack from your browser skipping the step of opening the issue tracker.
YouTrack provides powerful functionality that helps you perform various actions programmatically via its RESTful API. We provide YouTrack REST API Reference, which is divided in four sections: