Yesterday something very strange happened to me, a customer asked me if a drop-down of Quick-filters that appears in the photos of the Kanban Combined WIP plugin is part of my plugin.

The old “screenshot”:

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I answered no, that is part of Jira’s standard. But it is true that now it is different, it is no longer a quick-filter.

Here my answer to the customer:

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Here the customer response:

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Here another old screenshot of a Jira Cloud board with Kanban Combined WIP plugin installed:

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Then, I went to look to see what had happened with that change for the worse in Jira’s UX by consulting the Atlassian support Jira.

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It’s very strange because I found several tickets (JRACLOUD-39604) that show that Jira’s improvement has never been implemented. Which reminded me that I am affected by the Mandela Effect. Is this a case of parallel Universes?

Here some links related:

Recently a CEO of a Software Company has made a video on YouTube where he explains that the Mandela Effect has created bugs in his Software, and this seems very disturbing to me. Here the video:

 

The Mandela Effect is real!!

By MrAddon

Here some examples of Mandela Effect cases:

 

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