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Discord integrations with Jira/Atlassian Apps?

Discord has really grown in terms of popularity, and I know that many small teams have started preferring it to Slack.

So I was wondering if anyone here uses a Discord to Jira (or confluence or bitbucket) integration system. If so, what do you use? Something like Zapier or Integromat? Or your own bot?

How is this solution working for you? (Is it perfect or is it too limited etc.)

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To answer my initial question for future visitors.

I have made a public repository for a Discord to Jira bot called AgileBot, and it can found here.

The downloadable releases for Windows, Mac, and Linux are now available!

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Daniel Eads Atlassian Team Aug 10, 2020

While there don't appear to be any Discord integration options in the Atlassian Marketplace right now, here are some options you could consider:

The major limitation with all these options are that they're webhook based, so you're limited to things you can do with a webhook. This means that they're also Jira -> Discord oriented, so you won't be able to do things like search for Jira issues from within Discord.


Thanks! Also would love to see a Discord integration with Atlassian, as my team definitely prefers it to Slack.

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Idem here, I think a Discord integration would be wonderful for my team since is a very flexible platform and keep us connected.

I have actually developed a very simple prototype Discord bot application and it works great for our small team!

It doesn't do anything super complicated yet, but it certainly has the potential to be sweet.

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Interesting! Is that Discord integration something that is ready to be made more widely available?

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@ScionThat's cool. Can you share the project or is something private? We are open to develop our own tools also, but if there is something done it will be welcome :)


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@Daniel M_ Ingram @leandiez 

It's still very rough, just some code I throw up on my server, but it actually may be something I'm willing to make into an open-source project.

It's currently made in C# using Atlassian.SDK and

If you are interested, give me a week or so and I can tidy it up a bit and post it to a public GitHub or BitBucket, whichever you'd prefer.

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Very kind of you! Yes, GitHub would be great. Much appreciated!

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+1   I'm here for exactly this. A client is keen to see some basic event notification in his product discord, could do Zapier but...

Just an update: I have not forgotten this, I've been just busy with an important release for work this month. I'll get it up as soon as I can.

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Thanks for the update! Very appreciated even if it takes a while!

+1 looking forward! Thank you

Hey everyone!

I have made a public repository for AgileBot here.

The project is quite rough, but it should work for most casual use-cases.

I'm still working on releases, but you should be able to cole the repo and build the application for your desired platform.


Edit: The downloadable releases for Windows, Mac, and Linux are now available!

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When some of our employees suggested integrating the workflow into Discord, many agreed with this idea. But we, just like you, met with the problem that integration without third-party programs is impossible. Then we decided to look for a suitable bot, but unfortunately, we didn't find it. As a result, we decided that every creator has different bot needs and created our bot based on the list of the best. At first, it was not easy to understand all the nuances. But after a couple of weeks of hard work, we succeeded. If you are interested, I can share screenshots of our code. Good luck!

Hi everyone, we develop a Scrum bot for Discord that integrates with Jira. It helps us and our users to automatically update the Jira issues the teams work on while reporting their Daily + help report the daily based on Jira updates.

You can also list issues, etc. We made a video here:

And the setup steps:

1. Connect Jira with Discord server with Orli Scrum bot for Discord:

2. Connect each Jira user to Orli:

3. List of Jira supported commands: 

1. Connect to Jira Server

!orli-jira-config "" "" "JIRA_API_C9Ee57ZabJgwkhjq1ag81B26" 

2. Connect every Discord user to their Jira user

!orli-jira-config-user "JIRA_USER_ID_2efb394d09d41rb90bb11a03bb" 

3. List all the Jira projects


4. List your Jira stories


5. Show the information of a Jira ticket

!orli-jira-get-item-details ORLI-1

6. Move Jira item to the next available status

!orli-jira-update-item-status OR-12

7. Show Jira project workflow (used for daily automation)


We are release new functionalities every week, so please feel free to hop on our Discord Server and ask for any feature you need. We prioritise the most wanted features first.

Why does teams prefer Discord over Slack?

In my case it's because we're a game studio, so we're closer to our community and also way better at screen sharing.

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