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.
Power BI Jira Connector from Appfire empowers organizations to quickly, securely, and reliably connect Jira and Power BI to build sophisticated, up-to-date, custom dashboards and reports.
Jira Work Management for Business Teams takes a hands-on approach to JWM implementation and associated processes that will help you get up and running with Jira and make you productive in no time. The book also shows you how to manage screens, field layouts, and administer your JWM projects effectively.
Some teams prefer Jira. Others prefer Azure DevOps. Jira shines as a bug and issue tracking tool for agile project management; Microsoft’s Azure DevOps helps developers bring software applications from concept to delivery. Given the complementary strengths of Azure DevOps and Jira, if you want to optimize collaboration among teams, the best choice is to use both.
From intuitive point-and-click workflow solutions, to more customized scripted automation, this demo session shows you how to select what works best for your team, to finally banish the tedium and repetition of manual workflows.
There been a lot of developments in the Planning category. The most notable being Jira Work Management. In this on-demand webinar, Blended Perspectives are doing a comprehensive review of JWM and it’s role vs. 3rd party planning apps.
In this book, you’ll be learning how automation in Jira works, along with discovering best practices for writing automation rules. Then you’ll be introduced to the building blocks of automation, including triggers, conditions, and actions, before moving on to advanced rule-related techniques.
Learn about the Scrumban methodology which mixes Scrum and Kanban.