When this happens...
GitLabNew Issue Event
Then do this...
Jira Software ServerCreate Issue

Even though you're knocking out issues in GitLab, you might want to also track those bugs and updates in Jira. With this integration, Zapier will automatically write a new issue in Jira whenever a new issue is created in GitLab so your work is always communicated.

How this GitLab-Jira integration works

  1. A new issue is created in GitLab
  2. Zapier writes a new issue in Jira

Apps involved

  • GitLab
  • Jira

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When this happens...
then do this!
New Issue

Triggers when you add an issue to a project of your selection.

Add Watcher to Issue

Adds a user to the issue's watcher list.

New Commit

Trigger when a commit is made on the specified project.

Update Issue

Updates an existing issue.

New Issue Event

Triggers on issue events, e.g. when an issue is opened, updated, or closed.

Create Issue

Create a new issue, select your own project and issue type.

New Merge Request Event

Triggers on an open, merge, or close merge request event.

Create Issue

Creates a new issue.

New Priority

Triggers when you add a new priority.

Attach File to Issue

Attaches a file to an existing (or newly created) Jira issue.

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GitLab is an open source code collaboration tool with a rich feature set including management of repositories, reviewing tools, issue tracking, activity feeds and much more.

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Jira is a bug and issue tracking tool that allows software developers to manage product development and build better software. This integration connects to self-hosted instances of Jira.

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