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Is it possible to share Jira environments with each other:
Company A: and Company B: both have Jira and are working nationwide on the same project can we exchange issues via an API or is there another way to achieve this.
This is Majid @ Exalate.
Yes, it is very possible to integrate the systems using an app like Exalate. You have a choice of going with the free version of Exalate (called the Basic mode) to sync over a fixed set of fields, or you can explore the licensed version that offers you superpowers to control the integration at as granular a level as you want.
Please let me know if you would like to explore this further and I would be happy to assist.
There is a plugin for this process. However, this plugin must also be purchased in the environment for each. Exalate Jira Issue Sync & more | Atlassian Marketplace
This plugin is for connecting, but if you want to transfer projects between each other, you can also do cloud migration for free. Perform a cloud-to-cloud migration for Jira | Atlassian Support
@Eric Roetenberg hello. As Dave mentioned, you can sync your Jira instances via REST. If you prefer a bit faster way, you can, indeed, look what's available in the Atlassian Marketplace. One of the 3rd party tools present there, that might help you, is ZigiOps. It's a fully no-code integration platform that connects Jiras (bi-directionally) and syncs their data in accordance with your needs and preferences. It works fast and easy. Feel free to take a look at it. You can also try ZigiOps's capabilites - we have a free trial.