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I would like to know if is it possible to get Jira notifications (issue created, updated, etc) within a Microsoft Teams chat channel and how to setup this. I'm using the Atlassian Microsoft Teams for Jira which lets me integrate my Jira instance with my Teams tenant.
I've now realized that I was looking to get a Jira Feed to gather Jira updates within a groupal chat conversation. You can setup a Jira Feed within a team, but that's not my goal.
Hi @Javier Garay Welcome to Atlassian Community!
For getting notification in a team Channel, you need to click on Connector >> Search JIRA Connector >> Copy webhook URL. and Paste that URLin JIRA webhooks. Insert JQL >> Select Issue Update, Issue Create event . For the project which you select in JQL , for that project Issue Notfication starts coming in that channel.
Thanks for this post and responses. I wonder if the Micrsoft Teams for Jira integration allows for what I am looking for.
I.e. I would like all notifications for users for issues for a specific filter or even specific project to go to a specific Channel. And to add to that, without setting up a webhook on Jira. Reason being lots of projects are set up and we, within IT would like to control and limit the number of webhooks set up.
Please advise? Thank you
Maybe too late in the day : as a clumsy workaround, I suggest to use Microsoft's Power Automate.
Provided you have a Microsoft mail, you can receive Jira's notifications by mail. Then a Power Automate flow will monitor these mails, filter their content and actually send them to Teams.
Yes absolutely. There are a lot of really good resources out there to demonstrate this here is one video I found with a quick search but there are others. It really is a rather simple matter of adding the app within Teams and then setting up the connection within Jira to send the notifications based on specific actions taken on your issues.