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.
In this webinar, we will discuss how best-of-breed organizations increase their productivity and streamline Jira processes with automation. Learn how to reclaim your team’s time so they can do what they do best and make Jira work for, and not against your organization.
“How do I automate Jira workflows if I’m not a coding expert?” Find out in this episode of Appfire Presents: The Best Demo Show by Appfire. Sergejs Cuhrajs demonstrates how you can use JSU’s new Universal Rule Builder to automate workflows with no code: just drag and drop! Sergejs gives you a quick explanation of workflow automation and what it can do for you, then dives into JSU to show you how simple it is to get started with workflow automation.
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.
This category report on “Scripting & Automation Apps” covers the key players, their market share, a model to understand the space, and a few use cases. It also provides a recommended approach and tips for best practices.
See how JSU will save you time and effort from manual work by automatically copying the attachment from the parent issue to your team’s sub-tasks.