The idea to add PMO data to your projects in Jira is attractive for you? I know it is, specifically if you are running your Jira instance in Server or Data Center environments. It's time to capitalize on the power of the information about projects in Jira and bringing them to life!
The foundation of Profields is the functionality to add, customize, and store new properties and data in Jira projects implementing fields as Status, Priority, Budget, Due Dates, Calculated Fields, and more... you name it! This is the way to finally start replacing those annoying spreadsheets and centralizing all the necessary information about your project information in Jira, where it all happens. Take your project tracking to the next level and start making decisions based on insights at a glance.
But first, What's the Profields' Fields Manager?
Profields' Field Manager is the place where users add and configure up to 12 different project property types such as Text, List, Priority, Status, Duration, User, Script, among others, in order to bring users the possibility to store the information of projects in Jira on an easy way.
It's possible to customize the layouts of projects in Jira?
With Profields 7 it is... standardize the information of all your Jira projects by arranging project properties information in visual layouts to allow users to enter data in a simple and understandable way. These layouts can be visually customized, assigned to any number of similar projects, and saved them for further uses and modifications.
Profields it's also integrated with eazyBI and Elements Connect (formerly nFeed)
Imagine the possibilities... take advantage of the integrations with these two important apps from available at the Atlassian Marketplace:
Who needs Profields' project custom properties and metadata?
All Jira users who need customizing and store more specific project properties and metadata in Jira. Those who need to exploit project data from reports, gadgets, charts, etc. All project leads and managers who need to improve the organization of their project portfolio in Jira and standardize and enrich the project information at the same time.