Jira migration checklist
Created by Jira rockstar Rachel Wright, this checklist is an excerpt from our newest workbook “The essential workbook for planning Jira migrations”, where her expert advice will help guide your migrations using industry best practices and insider knowledge.
Ask the experts! Appfire Q&A on Jira migration best practices
Jira migration can be a challenge for any organization. Questions are bound to come up as migration planning and preparation make way. We’ve brought in top industry expert Rachel Wright for a Q&A on getting started and best practices for Jira migrations.
The ultimate guide to Jira migrations
Industry’s highly seasoned migration experts created this comprehensive resource on Atlassian migrations. This 200-page ebook walks you through the process step-by-step with tips and worksheets for any migration scenario.
A quick look at JMWE’s scripting editor
JMWE comes with dozens of point-and-click configurable rules to enhance workflow capabilities. But what if you want to do more? Learn from Rachel Wright how to use scripting to create custom rules with little to no coding experience.
Jira Strategy Admin Workbook
The Jira Strategy Admin Workbook will save you time, money, and frustration. This book offers recommendations from years of cleaning up horrible Jira configurations written by industry expert Rachel Wright.
How automation makes us unstoppable
Learn from Rachel Wright as she shows real-life use cases and 25 ways automation can make your life easier in this on-demand.
Verify approval in a Jira workflow
It’s smart to make Jira workflows as simple and flexible as possible. But sometimes, skipping a status is undesirable or creates a compliance problem. You’d fail an audit if work was started on an issue or an issue was completed before it was approved. See how to prevent it.
How to automatically transition Jira Issues
When issue status does not reflect reality, reporting is a nightmare. All completed or unneeded issues should be transitioned to their final status. Why not take this step off your user’s “to do” list and automate it?