With monday.com it’s easy to collaborate as a team, plan visually on a timeline & see the big picture at a glance. It will help make the whole process more visual and appealing. But you also use Jira to create and solve any issues that may arise. So what can you do? With Integromat, you can work simultaneously with the two platforms so you don’t have to choose!
Here's some scenarios you can set up with monday.com and Jira.
a. Issues created from Jira will create a new pulse in monday.com with the column values of your choosing; for example, you can connect the link to the Jira bug and the Jira Id. You can add a due date and estimate time as well if necessary.
To set this up just follow these steps-
1. Create a Jira: "Watch Issues" Module using the Created event
2. Create a Monday: "Create a new pulse on a board" Module. Map out the fields, or variables, from Jira that you want to use for the pulse name and update.
3. Create a Monday: "Update a text column" Module and use it to input the Jira ID into a text column. This will be used later to cross reference items between Jira and monday.com
4. Create another Monday:"Update a text column" Module to place the link from the Jira issue into the pulse that was just created.
5. Add any additional Modules to fill out other columns in your monday.com board from the issue in Jira
b. Updating issues on Jira and monday.com. When an update happens on an issue in Jira, integromat will allow for that change to occur to the related pulse on monday.com (associated with the Jira Id). Integromat can also set updates for the columns in monday.com that apply.
Here's how to set this up-
1 Create a Jira: "Watch Issues" Module using the Updated event
2. Create a Monday: "List pulses in a board" Module to list all of the pulses in your board.
3. Add a Router Module and click on the connector to the previous Module to set up a filter. Use this filter to check if the Jira ID is the same as the monday.com column value for Jira ID.
4. Use Monday: "Update..." modules to update the columns in your board.
c. Changes made on monday.com will appear in Jira. When existing pulses are updated, it will update the issue in Jira. For example, when writing an update within a pulse about an existing issue, it can also create a note within that issue in Jira.
Here's how to set up this integration-
1. Create a Monday: "Watch for pulses in a board or group" Module
2. Create a Jira: "Get issue" Module and use the Jira ID column value from the monday.com board to find the correct issue
3. Create a Jira: "Update issue" Module to update the issue in Jira. You can use column values from monday.com to map back to any of the fields in Jira.
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