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How to open Service Desk Tickets via Microsoft Teams

Dear all,

does anybody know a way to open Service Desk Tickets via Microsoft Teams? I know that it is possible via the Cloud Connector, but only for People with a Service Desk licence. Of course I don't want to give every user an expensive licence just to be able to open tickets. Is there any way to do this without having to install another addon? 

Best wishes,



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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Mar 23, 2021

You could use Halp, it will be included as part of JSM in the near future. It was mentioned as part of this webinar, Episode 6 - Exclusive: What’s ahead for Jira Service Management in 2021 

Thanks for your answer! Does that mean that there are no extra cost anymore? We already checkd out Halp and liked it but 25$ for one licence is a bit much.

Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Mar 23, 2021

The free version of Halp that will be part of JSM will be limited to one queue and one request type based on what I have heard so far.

Like Jan likes this

We just started with a Halp trial and noticed that we're unable to upload that something that is planend aswell? Because screenshots are essential for our needs. I can't undertand why this is not a standard function.

Hey @Jan 
as Mikael mentioned, Halp offers a good solution. It might also be worth taking a look at our app "Microsoft Teams for Jira". If you are interested, check out the feature comparison:
Halp vs. Microsoft Teams for Jira (

You can also take a look at this video: (35) Demo: Microsoft Teams for Jira Service Management - YouTube

If you need further information, feel free to contact me.



Hey @Patrick 


thanks for your reply! We are already using MS Teams for Jira but the problem is, that only Service Desk Agents can open Tickets via Teams with this integration. Thats not helpfull in our case because a Service Desk licence cost 20$ per user. Thats way too much just for opening tickets via teams. 

We just started our Halp trial and really liked it, the problems that we have with Halp is that we can't at more than one Queue for one channel and the biggest problem is that in Halp you can not add attachments like screenshots to your tickets. Thats a main feauture for us.





Ah, I just saw your Video. We'll check this out later today!

Hey Jan,

I get your point and that's a big difference to our app: Each user (not only service desk agents) can open tickets here.
Attachements (e.g. screenshots) can also be added. 2021-03-26_12h06_42.png



Thanks Patrick! We'll definetly will check your App out! But I got one questions left: does every Teams user need an Jira Account to be able to open Tickets?

Hey Jan, 
I have to correct my answer. User need to have Jira account to create tickets, but only the free customer user acoount. Another important info: currently this feature is only available on Cloud. 

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