Jira, MS PowerAutomate/Flow, and MS Project Online?

Chris Chambers August 28, 2020

Has anyone managed to use MS PowerAutomate (AKA Flow) to integrate Jira (Server or Cloud) with MS Project Online?

I'm looking to select a project in MSPO and have it create a project, including its tasks (as issues) in Jira.  A single project that is, I don't want to import all the MSPO projects into Jira - just manually selected individual project(s), as-needed.

Conversely, as those issues are worked on in Jira, have them update their corresponding project tasks back in MSPO.  The inclusion of time-tracking done in Jira flowing to the project tasks, and our users' corresponding TimeSheets in MSPO would be even better.

I currently run both a server installation of Jira (Core, SW, SD) and a free cloud install (Core only at the moment).  I'm flexible as to which Jira installation to use - server is preferable at the moment due to cost, but cloud would be my preference in the future, moving to a paid hosted account.

Anyone had any luck?  If so, how'd you do it?

Thank you,

Chris

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October 31, 2020

Have not seen this, but I would love to know as well. This would make our lives easier!

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Björn Wagner May 17, 2024

Try the Ceptah Bridge add-in for MS Project, free trial for thirty days. We will get some licenses...

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