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Jira tasks reflected on Google Calendar

I am looking to create a Google Calendar that displays JIRA tasks assigned to a particular team member, with each task displayed as a calendar event stretching from the JIRA task's start date to end date.

Please let me know if there is any Atlassian-supported way to do this?  If not, any suggestions for tried third party options or a starting point to create this would be much appreciated.


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It seems there is this (paid) plugin also for Jira Cloud :

any idea of free services ?

Looks like there are a couple of solutions already here. However, let me suggest some alternatives. 

1. - Great tool. Has a learning curve. Lacks support.

2. - Simple to use. Covers a lot of popular use cases.

I'd suggest you try as it offers readymade templates to start off your integration. Some of the use cases that this covers are:

- Add an Event in Google Calendar on a New Issue in Jira

- Add an Event in Google Calendar on a New Sprint in Jira

- Add an Event in Google Calendar on a New Worklog in Jira

jira-gc.pngHere is a link to their Google Calendar to Jira integration page.  is amazing, thank you for the suggestion!

Like David Heath likes this

I just found this add-on called Expium Calendar -

I'm not sure it can display the extent of the task but it does feature the end task.

Hope this helps!

Hi Kristen!

You can use JIRA Webhooks to call the Google Calendar API when creating new issues.

You can also use the Work Calendar, which integrates with Google Calendar.



Hello @teilor_soares 

some example of the Jira Webhooks to call the Google Calendar API ?

Thank you


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