New Jira Cloud app roundup: April and May 2020

As mentioned in my first roundup post of the year, we’ve been seeing a lot of cloud app growth on the Atlassian Marketplace. In fact, we saw an impressive trend of 2 new cloud apps every business day in the quarter from January to March and that trend is continuing so far this quarter!

With almost 100 new cloud apps since our last roundup, it’s hard to mention them all. However, I wanted to share a few standouts and why customers may be eager to give these new apps a try. 


Create on Transition for Jira 

The first of several Appfire apps to move to cloud this month and it’s a whopper. In fact, it’s actually takes features from two of their apps - Create on Transition and Update on Transition and turns it into one powerful Jira Cloud workflow app!

UserTesting - On-Demand Human Insights.   

Need to pull your customer feedback together? Embed real customer feedback during the development process with this integration for UserTesting. This integration helps you stay aligned with the customer and make sure you keep their feedback front of mind during the development process.

Time to SLA   

This app can provide great insight into how your team is performing against your set SLAs and send reminders if you are close to breaching one. Start tracking your SLAs in as easy as a few minutes and then use the built-in reports so you can see how you track over time.

Issues Calendar for Jira.  

The colors in this calendar will make any visual person fall in love with this activity tracker. The app uses colors to show issue changes as a calendar event and even helps users identify slowly performed tasks. Filter by JQL in order to choose what tickets get shown and customize colors to highlight important statuses.

Clone Plus for Jira.  

Another new Appfire cloud app, this one allows users to create custom templates for cloning operations and include (or exclude) custom fields during the cloning process. Copying everything about your ticket or epic for increased speed of operations, like watchers, links, subtasks, and estimates.

Issue Merger for Jira.   

If you struggle with getting multiple tickets for the same task and need a way to merge them together easily then this app may be a good option for you. You can restrict who has the ability to merge tickets and then select which fields to merge over (including comments, custom fields, watchers, and more!).

Google Analytics in JSD (Cloud).    

Quickly connect your Google Analytics to your Jira Service Desk to better understand where your customers are engaging your help desk (and where they are not). Track all your content and create custom reports for all your Jira Service Desk content.

ConfigCat Feature Flags.  

Manage features and change your software configuration using ConfigCat feature flags, without the need to re-deploy code. Great even for non-technical team members to turn features on / off right from a linked Issue on your Jira board. Also add Targeting or Percentage Rules just as easily!

Domat Pomodoro for Jira.  

Are you a fan of the Pomodoro technique of time management or familiar with the concept of time-boxing? This app brings the benefits of this technique right to Jira and creates and tracks your Pomodoros and informs you when you are ready for a break. Another benefits is that it can inform your team members who is currently in a Pomorodo so you don’t get interrupted!


Looking for more new apps? Check out the full post with Confluence apps or browse new apps in the Marketplace.

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June 22, 2020

Any words on updates of API support for issue types and issue type sets for next gen projects? Or at least user-defined templates? The lack of those obvious features prevents us using next gen projects at all. Thanks!

Diogo Teles July 16, 2020

Domat Pomodoro for Jira.   brought up all kinds of security issues for us. There were uncontrolled notification authorisation popups for many of our users, warnings from security software.  This seems like a useful app but I just got my email bombarded by users asking what was going on as all the pop up started to appear.

There is no configuration at all to it, no apparent notification management. On top of that, the notifications that popped up seemed external to Jira. All very shifty.

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July 22, 2020

@Emilee Thanks for sharing this useful information about these new JIRA Cloud apps.

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July 29, 2020

Thanks @Taranjeet Singh ! Stay tuned for my next update on June and July new cloud apps :) 


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