Jira software’s new Remote Desktop software looks great and is designed to be used for a variety of purposes.
It includes the ability to connect multiple devices and share information, as well as a new feature that lets you upload files from a remote desktop.
It’s a neat new addition, and one that’s good to see Jira get some love.
However, the software is still lacking some functionality.
While Jira has the ability now to send images, audio, and video from your PC to your Mac, it’s still not possible to transfer files from your Mac to your PC.
The only way to upload files is to open a file manager app on your Mac.
This isn’t a huge issue in and of itself, but it’s a major one when you’re working remotely.
It also isn’t available in the app for Windows.
You can only download files from Jira.com, so you have to use an app that will let you upload.
And while it’s not a big deal, it does make it a bit of a chore to find the right file to upload.
The app isn’t very well designed, and it doesn’t offer a lot of customization options.
And the interface is very limited.
You get a single tab that lets the user select what they want to upload, but there’s no way to change the upload options.
I was able to upload images and videos to the app, but I had to open an external image viewer app on my Mac to get it to work.
I could only upload to a single account on a single device.
It took a while to get a copy of the files I wanted, and I had no way of transferring them.
The files I uploaded had to be on a file system that was larger than the maximum size for the file system, and that meant I had some limitations on how I could transfer the files.
The best solution for the lack of functionality would have been to open Jira’s app for Mac, but for the price and limited capabilities, I didn’t think it would be worth it.