Does anyone know how to integrate Jira (core, service desk and/or software) with MIcrosoft Teams Tab? I know there's a connector, but not a tab, where you can actually manage issues from Microsoft Teams like you were inside Jira.
Hi Alicia. It works onprem as long as jira can talk to the internet and you setup webhooks as described.
Teams to jira integration - I haven’t seen developed yet. Slack does it as I recall but teams not yet. Command line stuff for teams is in roadmap.
I've added MS Teams "Website" tabs with Jira URLs to MS Teams Channels.
I'm not sure what you are looking for, but I did this to group channels and their relevant Jira pages. The Jira pages are embedded in the resp. MS Teams tab - although personally I prefer to open them in a separate browser window.
Add the Jira Cloud tab to your team this enables Set up options found by following these steps:
NOW - ALTHOUGH IT SAYS JIRA CLOUD AND ONLY DISPLAYS 4 OPTIONS: BOT, TAB, CONNECTOR, MESSAGING...
I am using Jira Cloud, and I have created a Next-Gen project.
Integration with teams works fine, and I have the "Create issue" button visible and working, however, as Bill Miller indicated, teams ignore some of the fields. In my case, it shows Summary, Description, Priority and Assignee.
Same here, Jira Cloud; only exception is I did not create a Next-Gen project. I too have a visible, 'working' "Create issue" button within Teams that is ignoring fields. It shows me the same fields as you (Kwame) list above (Summary, Description, Priority and Assignee). The main problem with this is that we have another field (e.g. State) that is required for setting up new issues. Therefore, trying to create an issue through Teams will not work - it does provide the validation message "State is required." - but does not show the State field to enter/select a value.
Hi, we have the same.
I solved it by adding our account on the Jira website not as an app but as a website (go to your account on the website, copy the URL and paste it as a website in Teams in a new tab).
Then it says, in the web version of Teams, that Jira refuses to connect or something like that, but it suggests to go to the desktop version. I installed the desktop version, and there it works ok!
There is a connector on Marketplace:
I'm sorry I haven't tested the connector myself, but hoping it helps you proceed or least be aware of more options.
Thanks. I will as I mentioned in my question it doesn't do what I want as it simply posts notifications in a channel about certain events in jira.
What I'm looking for is a tab that basically will display jira from within the team as an iframe.
Such tab exists for Astana and wrike.
I'm looking for a similar connector for Bitbucket. The one on the Marketplace appears to be broken. Any thoughts?
this listing states '
This vendor has not completed the security self-assessment.
Cloud app vendors are encouraged to complete a yearly self-assessment of their data security practices. This information is self-reported by vendors, and Atlassian is not responsible for the security or integrity of this app.'
and when you go to install it says:
Microsoft Teams for Jira Cloud may store your data on SoftServe's server so it can integrate with your JIRA instance. As needed for integration, this add-on can:
Hello, the bots are freely available within teams already. In teams, click the elipses (...) next to the channel name. Select Connectors. Jira, Trello and Bitbucket are listed. Click configure.
It will typically walk you through how to setup. For jira, its all webhook configuration.
Please don't buy an addon you don't need to buy. Try the one that comes with teams first.
Thanks for the reference @Kane McConnell because it reminded me I never posted back my solution. I didn't have access to our O365 Admin Center so I worked with a Global admin to add additional available apps. This is done in the Admin Center > Settings > Services & add-ins > Teams > Apps. By default only a few were selected ( presumably based on what was available upon our tenant creation).
There's a message that this administration is moving to a new separate admin portal for teams and skype. I don't see the apps settings in my view currently within that portal but there may be different instructions to accomplish this in the near future.
Before using the connector, read the rules for using this extension. Using Jira addon for MS Teams you give the developer Softserve Inc. (Ukraine) the right to use all the contacts in a group (contacts of your employees and clients who are working on the project). For me this is not permissible and I'm looking for another solution.
I was on 7.5.0 and the Jira Cloud connector was working fine.
I then try the Incoming Webhook by Move Work Forward. This one did not work in 7.5.0. I then upgraded Jira server (on-prem) to 7.9.2 and tried again and it worked.
I am now able to get the push notification from Jira -> MS Teams.
How do I configure for the write back from MS Teams -> into my on-premise Jira server?
Im on jira cloud and configured the webHook for testing purposes and none of the issues are actually getting posted to MS Teams. Im not a MS Team admin so i cant see anything on their end, but anything i can ask them to look at that may need to be enabled to allow our webHook to post to MS teams?
Potentially a MAC desktop Client issue. The webhook work's when setting up from the web version of teams but does not work when setting up from desktop client at least on the follow os and version. This has been reported to the Vendor.
MS teams version: 1.0
MacOS: high Sierra 10.13.6
Hello, Shivani posted the question on behalf of me as I was having issues with my account.
Our current JIRA instance does not support HTTPS. Hence we were wondering if we could integrate Teams without changing the current setup.
From your above comment, we understand it may not be possible to do so.
Thank you for prompt reply. Please do let us know if there is some workaround.
It is possible. You can install Microsoft Teams Jira Connector for Server and Data Center. It will run in your environment and communicate with Microsoft Teams using SSL (Microsoft's one, as it is a one-way integration).
Need feedback/clarification please. I'm trying to enable creation of JIRA tickets through MS Teams. From articles and videos, it seems as though JIRA Cloud connector allows creation of JIRA tickets (via "Create" button or "create" command) from MS Teams.
The issue is that we're using JIRA On-Premise. I've tried installing/configuring both JIRA Cloud and JIRA Server connectors but both don't allow me to create JIRA tickets. With JIRA Cloud connector, it requires a valid JIRA URL but I believe since I'm using JIRA On-Premise, this won't work (it rejects my on-premise URL). This forces me to use JIRA Server connector which I don't believe allows me to create JIRA tickets.
Is there a solution/workaround for creating JIRA tickets directly in MS Teams if I'm using JIRA On-Premise? If so, can anyone provide configuration instructions? The ones online aren't helpful.
I don't believe the JIRA Server connector allows creation of JIRA tickets. But you could use an issue collector from JIRA and probably embed it in a Teams page I imagine. I don't know if anyone else has done that yet. https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver/using-the-issue-collector-938847338.html
Has this broken for anyone recently? We were using Teams <-> JSD on premise integration for many months now and it just stopped working. This happened one time previously and I rebuilt the connection .. worked again for about another month. This time however no matter what I try it simply doesn't work ... in meantime I ended up buying Raley Notifications and doing this via email.
Dwayne, you might want to follow this conversation as well:
I haven't had a chance to set up so not sure if this works yet.
hi @Gregory_Van_Den_Ham on teams app store i cant find the jira server only the cloud version.
and when i try to use the direct link https://teams.microsoft.com/l/app/6eacb5f0-68b0-46f0-9507-9e906c6861fc i receive the error bellow:
Here I recoded a short (or not so short) video demo on how you can connect Confluence Server or Data Center with Microsoft Teams using our Microsoft Teams Confluence Connector. It is only the beginning, we are adding many more cool features in the following months (App Store bot for 2-way integration, scheduled reports and alerts, etc).
As always, if you need a FREE consultation on how to connect Microsoft Teams with Atlassian products please schedule one here.
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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