Jira

Jira Integrations

  • Create Trello cards from new Jira issues

    Have issues in Jira that you would like to send to your to-do list? Zapier can help connect Jira to Trello and automatically create brand new Trello cards for you from any Jira issue you'd like.

    How it works

    1. A new Jira issue is created
    2. Zapier automatically creates a Trello card with that information

    What you'll need

    • A Jira account, 6.x or above
    • A Trello account
  • Add new JIRA issues to Asana as tasks

    Make sure your JIRA issues are taken care of by adding them to an Asana task list. This integration creates new Asana tasks each time a JIRA issue is added.

    How It Works

    1. A new JIRA issue is created
    2. Zapier adds a new task to Asana with that issue's name

    What You Need

    • JIRA account
    • Asana account
  • Create JIRA issues from new Google Forms responses

    The moment an issue comes up, you should be working on fixing it, not exporting and importing the details between Google Forms and JIRA—we'll do that. From the moment you set up this Zap, every new response you receive on Google Forms will result in the creation of a new issue on JIRA, making sure the team can react immediately.

    Note: To use this integration you'll need a live form that's set up to collect responses in a spreadsheet.

    How this Google Forms-JIRA integration works

    1. A new Google Forms response is received
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new issue on JIRA

    Apps involved

    • Google Forms
    • JIRA
  • Add new JIRA issues to a Google Sheets spreadsheet

    Want to need to analyze your JIRA issues in a spreadsheet? You can use Zapier to automatically add JIRA issues to a spreadsheet in Google Sheets as they are created. Once you set up this JIRA to Google Sheets integration, new issues from that point forward are individually added as new rows to your Google Sheets spreadsheet.

    How It Works

    1. A new JIRA issue is created
    2. Zapier adds that issue data to Google Sheets as a new row

    What You Need

    • A JIRA account
    • A Google Sheets account
  • Get Slack notifications for new Jira issues

    Need to easily keep track of new Jira issues to address them as quickly as possible? With this Jira to Slack Zapier integration, you can. Once set up, you'll be notified in Slack every time a new Jira issue is created. You can choose to be notified in private via @slackbot, or in a designated Slack channel.

    How It Works

    1. A new Jira issue is created
    2. Zapier notifies you in Slack

    What You Need

    • Jira Account
    • Slack account
  • Add new Google Sheets spreadsheet rows to JIRA as new issues

    JIRA is an effective way to manage issues for software development teams. If you receive issues from external sources, collate those issues in a Google Sheets spreadsheet and use Zapier to automatically add those issues to your JIRA account. After this integration is set up, new spreadsheet rows created from that point forward will be saved as new issues in JIRA.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing spreadsheet rows into JIRA, only new rows (issues) after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new issue is added to a Google Sheets spreadsheet
    2. Zapier adds that issue to JIRA

    What You Need

    • A Google Sheets account
    • A JIRA account
  • Create pulses on a Monday board from new JIRA issues

    Need to have JIRA issues created as pulses in a specific board on Monday app? Forget about manually updating your work in two places and let Zapier help. Let the project managers have the big picture in the Monday app, and manage your tickets in your favorite tool.

    How It Works

    1. New issue is created in JIRA.
    2. Zapier sends the information of this issue to a board in the Monday app, and its saved as a new pulse.

    What You Need

    • Monday account with a board for JIRA issues
    • JIRA account
  • Add new JIRA issues that match JQL as Todoist tasks

    You don't want to spend time adding new items to your to-do list; you'd rather check items off. This integration can help save time by adding new JIRA issues that match JQL to Todoist as tasks. You can rather spend the time you've saved completing tasks and getting more done.

    How this JIRA-Todoist integration works

    1. A new issue is added to JIRA that matches some JQL
    2. Zapier adds the issue as a Todoist task

    Apps involved

    • JIRA
    • Todoist
  • Save new JIRA issues to Todoist as new tasks

    Want your JIRA issues to easily be added to a personal todo list? Use this JIRA Todoist integration to add JIRA issues to Todoist as new tasks automatically.

    How It Works

    1. Create a new JIRA issue.
    2. Zapier saves that issue to Todoist as a new task

    What You Need

    • JIRA account
    • Todoist account
  • Create Jira issues from new or moved Trello cards

    Use Trello to collaborate with your team and wish you could easily get those cards into Jira? Now with Zapier, you can. Any time you create a card in Trello, that can automatically be sent over to Jira to create a new issue.

    How it works

    1. You create a card on a Trello board
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new Jira issue

    What you'll need

    • A Jira account
    • A Trello account
  • Add new Slack messages to JIRA as new issues

    If your organization uses Slack for internal communication and JIRA to manage software development issues, Zapier can link the two to make it easy to post new issues to JIRA. After this integration is set up, new Slack messages created from that point forward containing the word JIRA will be saved as new issues in JIRA.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing Slack messages into JIRA, only new messages after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new issue is posted in a Slack message
    2. Zapier adds that issue to JIRA

    What You Need

    • A Slack account
    • A JIRA account
  • Add new Gmail messages to JIRA as new issues

    If you receive Gmail messages raising software development issues from non JIRA users, then Zapier can automatically add those issues to your JIRA account. This integration could be triggered by a label being applied to a new Gmail message, or be linked to a dedicated mailbox. You could even set up Gmail filters to automatically apply the label to drive the integration. After this integration is set up, new Gmail messages received from that point forward will be saved as new issues in JIRA.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing Gmail messages into JIRA, only new messages after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new Gmail message is received
    2. Zapier adds that issue to JIRA

    What You Need

    • A Gmail account
    • A JIRA account
  • Create Jira issues from new Asana tasks

    Keeping your team's work aligned is extremely important, and Zapier can help. By connecting Jira and Asana together, you can create new Jira issues any time you have a new task in Asana.

    How It Works

    1. A new task in a project is created in Asana
    2. Zapier automatically creates an issue in Jira

    What You Need

    • Jira account
    • Asana account
  • Add new Typeform entries to JIRA as new issues

    If you need to capture development or testing issues from external sources, you can set up a Typeform form to capture issue data. Then, with this integration, Zapier will automatically add those issues to your JIRA account. After this integration is set up, new Typeform entries submitted from that point forward will be saved as new issues in JIRA.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing Typeform entries into JIRA, only new entries after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new issue is added via a Typeform form
    2. Zapier adds that issue to JIRA

    What You Need

    • A Typeform account
    • A JIRA account
  • Add new JIRA issues to Google Calendar as detailed events

    JIRA is great for managing issues for development teams, but if you need to schedule appointments and meetings around those events, it's tiring to have to copy and paste data from JIRA to your calendar each time something new comes up. Instead, you can use Zapier to automatically add JIRA issues as events on a Google Calendar. Once you set up this JIRA to Google Calendar integration, new issues from that point forward are individually added as new events to your Google Calendar.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing issues into Google Calendar, only new issues after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new JIRA issue is created
    2. Zapier adds that issue data to Google Calendar as a new event

    What You Need

    • A JIRA account
    • A Google Calendar account
  • Add tasks on OmniFocus for new JIRA issues

    Missing too many of those issues on JIRA because they didn't make it onto your OmniFocus in time? Make sure you always see the full picture by setting up this JIRA OmniFocus integration, after which every new issue on JIRA will automatically and reliably create a new task on OmniFocus with its information.

    How It Works

    1. A new issue is created on JIRA
    2. Zapier automatically creates a task on OmniFocus

    What You Need

    • JIRA account
    • OmniFocus account
  • Add new GitHub issues to JIRA as new issues

    GitHub is a great tool for your developers to collaborate on code and development issues, but if you want to use JIRA as a companion tool to track bugs and issues, Zapier can help link the two together. After this integration is set up, new GitHub issues created from that point forward will be saved as new issues in JIRA. You'll never have to search for the issues you need to work on next again.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing GitHub issues into JIRA, only new issues after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new development issue is created in GitHub.
    2. Zapier adds that issue to JIRA

    What You Need

    • A GitHub account
    • A JIRA account
  • Create new Jira issues from tagged Asana tasks

    If you need to keep multiple teams on the same page, Zapier can help. Connect Jira and Asana together to share tasks between the two.

    How It Works

    1. A new task is created in Asana with a specific tag
    2. Zapier creates a new issue in Jira

    What You Need

    • Jira account
    • Asana account
  • Create Trello Cards from new Jira JQL issues

    Have issues in Jira JQL that you would like to send to your to-do list? Zapier can help connect both Jira and Trello to automatically create brand new Trello cards for you from any Jira issue you'd like.

    How it works

    1. A Jira issue is created via JQL
    2. Zapier automatically creates a Trello card

    What you'll need

    • A Jira account
    • A Trello account
  • Add Wunderlist tasks for new JIRA issues

    You don't have to copy issues to your personal todo list all the time: that's what Zapier is best what! Once this JIRA-Wunderlist integration is active, any new issue created on JIRA will signal Zapier to create a matching task on Wunderlist for you to carry wherever you go.

    How It Works

    1. A new issue is added on JIRA
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new task on Wunderlist

    What You Need

    • JIRA account
    • Wunderlist account
  • Create Visual Studio Online work items from new JIRA issues

    Why insert friction in your development processes by having bug reports be added manually to your backlog, when you could automate the whole thing? Just flip the switch on this Zap and every time you create a new JIRA issue a work item will also be added on Visual Studio Online, letting everyone know to start working on things the moment they are added to the system.

    How It Works

    1. An issue is created on JIRA
    2. Zapier automatically creates a Visual Studio Online work item

    What You Need

    • JIRA account
    • Visual Studio Online account
  • Add new JIRA issues to Teamwork PM as new tasks

    If your organisation uses Teamwork PM for overall task management and JIRA is your development team's issue management app, Zapier can automatically create a task on a Teamwork PM project task list when new JIRA issues are created. All new JIRA issues raised after you set up this integration will create a task on a Teamwork PM project task list.

    Note: This Zapier integration will not generate Teamwork PM tasks for existing issues in your JIRA account, only new issues raised after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new issue is raised in your JIRA account
    2. Zapier generates a new Teamwork PM task

    What You Need

    • A JIRA account
    • A Teamwork PM account
  • Add new JIRA issues to Smartsheet as new rows

    If your organisation uses JIRA to manage software development issues and Smartsheet for wider project management, you can use Zapier to automatically add those development issues to Smartsheet. After this integration is set up, new JIRA issues created from that point forward will automatically be saved as new rows in Smartsheet. You'll have a list of your issues in a spreadsheet where it's easy to share ideas with the rest of your team.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing JIRA issues into Smartsheet, only new issues after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new issue is created in JIRA
    2. Zapier adds that issue to Smartsheet as a new row

    What You Need

    • A JIRA account
    • A Smartsheet account
  • Create JIRA issues when Pipedrive deals reach certain stages

    The relationships with your customers have a profound impact on your business—and your development needs to react to them. Stay efficient by connecting your CRM to your tracking seamlessly with Zapier automation: Once you've configured everything, this integration will trigger with each new deal that enters your chosen pipeline stage on Pipedrive, automatically logging an issue on JIRA for it so your team can get to work immediately.

    How this Pipedrive-JIRA integration works

    1. A new deal is added to a stage on Pipedrive
    2. Zapier automation creates an issue for it on JIRA

    Apps involved

    • Pipedrive
    • JIRA
  • Create new JIRA issues from caught webhook payloads

    Accurate tracking means having the latest information, as soon as it happens. Set up this webhook-JIRA integration and we'll keep streaming those issues in for you. It'll trigger whenever you catch a new webhook payload, creating a new issue on JIRA with everything you need to start hunting down those bugs immediately.

    How It Works

    1. A new payload is caught by a webhook URL
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new issue on JIRA

    What You Need

    • JIRA account

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Jira Integration Details

Launched on Zapier October 26, 2011

You use Jira so you can deal with issues as soon as they come up, but your agile approach won't work if you don't know there's a problem. Use Zapier to automatically create issues in Jira from online forms, email, and collaboration tools so you can plan sprints and distribute tasks faster.

Here are some creative ways to use Jira with Zapier:

  • Create issues in Jira from new responses in Google Forms, Typeform, or Wufoo so your team can transform customer reports into action items.
  • Help your team document their collaboration when you create new issues from starred messages in Slack.
  • Don't let bugs out in the wild. You can easily integrate stakeholder feedback into your Jira workflow by using Zapier to add Gmail emails as new issues in Jira.

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New Issue") and Actions (like "Add Watcher to Issue") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following Jira Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

New Issue

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

New Priority

Triggers when you add a new priority.

New Issue (Via JQL)

Triggers when a new issue is added that matches some JQL.

New Project

Triggers when a project is added.

New Issue Type

Triggers when you add a new issue type.

Updated Issue

Triggers when an issue is updated.

Add Watcher to Issue

Adds a user to the issue's watcher list.

Update Issue

Updates an existing issue.

Create Issue

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

Attach File to Issue

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

Find User

Find a user by name.

Find Issue

Searches for an issue, either using the issue's key, or its summary.

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