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You Can Have Threaded Comments in Jira: 7 Awesome Advantages

Finding "that comment" in Jira can feel like an endless scroll. My eyes can even go a bit blurry after a few flicks of the trackpad.

When the Jira comments start to blur and it gets hard to tell one discussion from the next, it's a sign that it's time.

Time to introduce some method to the madness.

That's where Threaded Comments for Jira comes in. Like the threading features in Slack, you can bring order and calm to the comment chaos.

G'day! 👋 I'm Pete from Threaded Comments. Let’s look 7 awesome advantages of adopting this add-on for your Jira work.

1 – Quiet the Noise

Ever felt drowned in a sea of endless comments? Threaded Comments for Jira bundles related responses together. This makes the discussion flow. It makes conversations clear and manageable. Especially true when heaps of conversations are going at the same time.

2 – Faster Responses

Time is a precious, isn't it? And I bet you don't like fast-scrolling through long chains of comments. Not when you're looking for that one piece of information that seems to blur past when you scroll too fast. Threading comments cuts down the time spent tracking discussions. Find what you need. Reply. Move on with your life.

3 – Organize by Topic

Walking into a disorganized discussion can make your head spin. Threaded comments group conversations under the starting comment. That means each subject has its own place for pontification (or just talking about it).

4 – Chronicle of Discussions

Revisiting old conversations shouldn't feel an archaeological dig. (Though sometimes it feels like you need the patience of a dinosaur bone hunter to find the right comment.) Threaded comments show a clear archive of discussions, ready to be found when you need them. Not a million years from now.

5 – Task Trails

Threads can be task lists. Or a starting comment can be a task that gets discussed in a thread. Keep all updates and conversations linked to the task at hand. It’s like having a snapshot of the task’s narrative right in the comments. And you can always go back and see the how, why, and what about each task.

6 – Cross-Team Conversations

Clear communication is so important. We hear from customers that threaded comments make it easier to pass work between teams. Truer still when time zones don't overlap. Threaded comments keep conversations clean without muddying the main discussion.

7 – Do More Work In Jira

We often talk about Jira being "the place we do work," but still have conversations mostly in Slack. When was the last time you tried to find the Slack conversation about that Jira issue your boss asked you about? Put it in the too hard basket, mate. Or do more of your conversating in Jira. With Threaded Comments you don't lose context and you won't have to go hunting for "that comment" again.

Find your comment calm

Threaded Comments for Jira brings order to comment chaos. It takes your comment game from cluttered to coherent.

  • Get faster responses from teammates.
  • Reduce the noise with clean comments.
  • Make it easy for cross-border teams to collaborate.
  • Organize comments and leave an easy-to-use record of conversations.
  • Even manage your tasks and approvals right there in your issue comments.

If you find yourself tracking work in Jira but discussing it in Slack, give Threaded Comments for Jira a look. Get a free trial and see what a difference it makes.

(You can even uninstall it without losing a single comment)

Get started here: Threaded Comments for Jira DC

'Til next time! Hooroo.



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