Jira workflows are crucial for defining how organizations handle tasks. Customized workflows help teams optimize their processes, making Jira an essential tool in your day-to-day. However, to reduce repetitive work and save time, automation is necessary. Implementing new procedures can be intimidating, but with the right tools, automating your workflows is straightforward and pays off in the long run.
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If you like making work fast and easy, we’ve got a guide for you! It’s called Six automation strategies for Jira that’ll make you (and your team) happy. The guide has examples and use cases for specific types of teams — software development (for Jira Software), ITSM (for Jira Service Management), and business teams (for Jira Work Management) — but the strategies apply to all sorts of teams… Even teams that don’t use Jira can benefit from some of these ideas.
If you’re a new Atlassian admin, or your needs are fairly straightforward, the out-of-the-box Jira experience might be good enough to set your team up for success. But as your organization grows, so does its need for more sophisticated, flexible processes. Take a look at these workflow automation apps: JSU, JMWE, and Power Scripts.
This article explains user story mapping and its benefits for remote software development teams. You’ll also find a step by step guide for creating a user story map in Jira.
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How do we fuel its fiery engine of productivity, while unlocking the full potential of automation and tooling? In this article, I share how organizations aspiring to achieve top-tier performance have no alternative but to embrace DevOps methodologies. How the tools you choose can strengthen or weaken your competitive advantage. And how value stream mapping and telemetry can help you take your DevOps to the next level.