Jira is a software development product for agile teams and is used to manage engineering backlogs and sprints.
The Jira <> Zeda.io integration enables product teams and product managers to collaborate efficiently with the engineering teams by passing on epics, user stories or issues directly to a Jira board from a Zeda.io workspace.
For keeping seamless collaboration with the tech team, the workspace is integrated with Jira. Integration with Jira can be leveraged in 3 ways:
Import features via Jira - All the features in a project in Jira can be imported to the workspace after authentication with an API key, connecting with the selected project in Jira and mapping the type, importance, and status. This will populate all the features present in the project in Jira into the Zeda workspace immediately. More features from different projects in Jira can be added to the workspace similarly one by one.
Send features to Jira - Any new feature created in the zeda.io workspace can be sent to Jira by the action of Send to Jira (with mapping on status, type, and importance). This action is available in the bulk actions. Check the gif attached for a clear explanation.
Hourly auto sync - Workspace runs an hourly two-way sync with Jira to update any field value for the features mapped between Jira and Zeda.io. It also imports any feature created in Jira from the mapped project to the workspace.
Manual Sync - You can run a manual auto-sync of the JQL that has been imported to Zeda.