Is it possible to create a task from an outlook meeting...like everytime I click to join a meeting in teams or webex a task is created in Jira where i have to put in notes and time spent on the meeting...open to anything in market place that will work as well
One thing that you have as an option using native behavior in Jira and Outlook is to enable incoming request to create issues on the Jira side, using either The Jira incoming mail options or the Service Desk mail handler to collect the requests and create an issue by adding the Jira mail handler address as a participant on the meeting invite for the calendar, and Outlook side if you wanted every invite to create a request you could look into something similar to what is described in the following thread:
Jira Core and software have different email configuration options than what is avaliable in Service desk, and the mail configuration options for each applications mail configurations can be seen in:
Next as add-ons go I did a bit of searching and narrowed the list down to and checked out these add-ons in the marketplace:
Looking at the details for each of them they all look like the intended use is to add the outlook functionality to the jira issue and will sync the issue details to your calendar, but I did not see options to have the meeting invites on the outlook calendar do the opposite of creating a jira issues from outlook, However I would recomend taking a closer look at the add-ons and checking out the trials to see if they do indeed have included functionality that does meet your needs.
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