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While JIRA has been developed primarily as an issue and project tracker out of the box, you can use JIRA for requirements management in conjunction with Confluence. Here's how Atlassian uses JIRA to performs it:
Atlassian uses a public instance for our requirements management through feature requests and voting on our public issue tracker.
For internal discussion, we use Confluence for general requirements gathering and project discussion on a Confluence page. We then utilize Confluence and JIRA's integration to create issues from those requirements pages; allowing us to view both the requirements content in line with the JIRA issues/tasks which correspond to the project. The wiki allows our developers to edit the requirements as needed while making it easy for developers and stakeholders to stay up to speed.
You can check the article below to have more good insights about it:
Although the mentioned add-ons in that article are for JIRA Server, there is a plugin on JIRA Cloud which extends its functionality to perform Requirements Management:
Let us know if this information helps.
Sorry to hear that the suggested plugin does not fully address your requirements.
As a suggestion, you check in our Marketplace if there are any other plugins for this same purpose:
If you would like to provide us more details about the lacks you are still facing, I would be glad to check if there are any other apps that might work for you.
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