What is Early Access Program (EAP)
YouTrack "Gentle" Stand-Alone EAP Builds
- Localization (original feature request): As of now, YouTrack is ready to speak German, French, and Russian, in addition to the default English. Spanish locaization will be added in later EAP builds.
- Redesign for the full-screen issue mode
- Numerous Agile board enhancements
To switch your system language, open the Administration > Settings page (you need low-level administrator permissions to do this) and choose from four currently available language options. Plus, if are a YouTrack Stand-alone user and a desired language isn’t available yet, you can translate YouTrack on your own. Or, you could create a personal YouTrack with your own slang, if you like. A How-To guide on this topic is coming soon.
Don't hesitate to grab your chance and influence the upcoming release! We would highly appreciate your feedback, comments and suggestions. You are most welcome to share your opinion with us!
YouTrack "Gentle" EAP License
Provide the following YouTrack "Gentle" EAP license information during the initial setup procedure or later, on the Administration > Settings page of YouTrack's web UI.
YouTrack "Gentle" InCloud EAP Instance
For YouTrack InCloud users, we’ve created the following EAP instances where you can try out the newest features in the respective language:
- YouTrack 5.0 EAP in French
- YouTrack 5.0 EAP in German
- YouTrack 5.0 EAP in Russian
- YouTrack 5.0 EAP in Spanish
On each of these instances, a registered user has permissions of a project administrator and thus can create and manage his own projects.
Also, on each instance you will find a project called Localization Problem, where you can create issues about problems with current translations. We appreciate your input!
In addition to these instances, we have also created general YouTrack Gentle EAP Sandbox InCloud instance, which allows you to check how the translations can be switched. Log in as a Guest user just to view current issues or register a new user account. Please note that any newly registered user account has administrator's permissions in order to be able to switch system languages. However, please remember that this is not your own personal instance and respect your co-evaluators: Please don't make any global changes, that might affect their work. We rely on your common sense