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Mattermost and Atlassian integration?

I think it is understood that Mattermost doesn't natively integrate with JIRA – I believe that integration is accomplished by changing an open-source Slack integration.  Are there specific ways that Atlassian tools can integrate with Mattermost?  What would these be?

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Mattermost has a pre-packaged JIRA webhook plugin.

I have built an integration add-on that can send all Bitbucket events from entire accounts as Bitbucket add-on. If anyone is interested I can clean it up, package it and open source it.

Open sourcing it would be wonderful. Thank you for the work!


Thank you very much in advance!!!

Another update on other Atlassian products:

This rounds up our Mattermost / Atlassian environment. 

Just an update of the situation as of January 2021:

  • Mattermost has its own Jira integration
  • Subscribe to Jira events in Mattermost channels using filters
  • Create Jira issues from Mattermost channels or messages
  • Comment on Jira issues from Mattermost
  • Assign/Unassign Jira issues from Mattermost
  • Transition Jira isses from Mattermost
  • View Jira issues from Mattermost
  • Works for Cloud & Server
  • Autolink Jira issues mentioned with KEY-NUMBER

@Mike Smith bit of an older post, but I wanted to share a link to the Herzum Amplifier for Mattermost a& Jira

  • Easily setup a connection with Mattermost from Jira.
  • Filter which events trigger notifications for every channel in every project.
  • Manage all teams and channels from Mattermost with a simple switch
  • Enable teams and channels that you want to share on Jira
Thomas Schlegel Community Leader Jun 13, 2019

@Ruslan Shlain 

Please have a look at our guidelines for Marketplace vendors and solution Partners:


No necroposting: Aka, no "raising threads from the dead." In general, avoid posting on old threads (six months or more old) simply to promote your products.

Thank you

@Thomas Schlegel 

Concerning necroposting:

What, if a users gets directed to this page & the answers to the question are simply not true as of today? Leave the user with outdated answers? 

If you want to abolish necroposting, please mark answers older than 6 month as OLD & possibly outdated or add a CONFIRM button to mark the answer as still valid.

Thank you


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Monique vdB Community Manager Jan 14, 2021

@JP _AC Bielefeld Leader_ and @Thomas Schlegel  We are working on new guidelines about this! @Matthias Gaiser _K15t_ is helping :) 

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I am thinking Mattermost should be able to consume the webhooks data posted by JIRA. You may just need to define a webhook in JIRA. But, my local tests currently does not work when I try to post it to mattermost at the moment. At the same time this blog says JIRA webhooks should work -

Typically, a software is created to integrate JIRA with any other software. A quick search in the Atlassian Marketplace ( says nothing about a Mattermost related add-on. So your best bet here is to create one yourself.

It's not that hard to integrate with JIRA. You can create an external software or an internal one (install it in JIRA itself and install it in Mattermost). I will do the external one, a piece of program that does not need to be installed. All it does is send/receive information from JIRA and Mattermost (that is, if Mattermost have an External API to talk to).

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