Hi @Alen Dumonjic - you are correct you install the app via AppSource: https://appsource.microsoft.com/en-us/product/office/WA200000556
Please note: If you are trying to install this add-in for Excel Desktop, you must have an O365 subscription, as well as be on the latest build.
@Philipp Suchan my colleagues and I are trying to use the add-in for Excel (we are on O365 so all good there); but the exports are not pulling down all the fields, most notably the Epic fields are all coming down blank. Is there a compatibility issue between the plug in and the "Next-gen software project" version of Jira?
Excel Connector is the plugin which provide integrations between Jira and Excel.
You can find it here: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/pl.com.tt.jira.plugin.excel2jira
Related in many complications we decide to rewrite Excel Connector plugin from scratch. Unfortunately, we could not continue to improve the old version because of its design adapted to the old versions of JIRA. The new version will be more stable and faster because we write it on the basis of REST Services.
I honestly recommend wait two weeks for the new version, which will be released on the market early in August.
Since I've got an update on topic, I just want to let you know: we've made a next generation Excel Connector -> Excel 365 Connector. Here you can read about differences between those 2 apps (like availability for macOS users or allowing to work in browser)
Better Excel Plugin exports JIRA data to custom Excel spreadsheets. I agree with Nic, you should elaborate what you mean by "integration", but if this is primarily about exports, then make sure to check out this add-on.
This is a huge improvement over the built-in Excel exporting feature, see the comparison.
We are actively developing new version of Excel Connector that would be Office 365 native product (supporting both server and cloud versions of Office).
Yet if You are using server version of Office 365 we have proven it could actually work for You with current Excel Connector version.
Hi @Stanisław Juźwicki ,
Glad You are interested in this area - You can check progress on our trello board - https://trello.com/c/d8OsVy8s/16-ability-to-use-excel-connector-on-office-365-natively
Expect to hear some big news this quarter! :)
Cdata Software has developed The JIRA Excel Add-In, which is a powerful tool that allows you to connect with live JIRA project management data, directly from Microsoft Excel. Use Excel to read, write, and update Projects, Groups, Workflows, etc. Perfect for mass imports / exports / updates, data cleansing & de-duplication, Excel based data analysis, and more!
Hi @Shrikanth Bhosale
JExcel is the closest JIRA and Excel can get together.
It provides you an Excel-like interface for your Jira issues, so you can filter and edit them like in Excel!
It also has an import and export function to move data easier between Jira and Excel.
Feel free to give it a try:
And let me know if you have any other questions!
Thank you in advance!
Best regards, Mark
IMHO, the easiest way to export Jira data to CSV file is using Skyvia Query Excel Add-in. You can request trial version and run unlimit queries per day for free.
There are just two steps to get it:
Create a free Skyvia account (if you haven't had an account yet) -> Install Skyvia Query Excel Add-in from Microsoft AppSource
That's it. I hope my advice will be helpful for you.
Skyvia is Jira's partner, you can find it on the Atlassian marketplace.
Invantive Control for Excel and Invantive Cloud (https://cloud.invantive.com) both support JIRA Cloud, JIRA Service Desk and Confluence. All known API's are supported, including BETAs, please see documentation. With the service desk APIs there are currently some known issues with paging. Up to 20.000 rows it is free to use. For Power BI use of JIRA instead of Excel, please use Invantive Cloud, it is way easier to setup.
Attention! Conflict of interest: I work at Invantive.
Recently we were focused on improving the performance and fixing some old issues with our server version of the app - Excel Connector 3.3.0 was released yesterday :)
Now we are focusing on improvements for version 3.4.0, and after that we will analyze if it's possible and how long would it take to create a Cloud version.
If you like, you could create a request for Cloud version of the app using our Customer Portal
But you need to define what you mean by "integrated". It's a good word to give us a generic idea that you want two systems to talk to each other, but without the detail of what you want to achieve, you can't get an answer any more detailed than "yes"
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