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As a customer, I want to have priority mapping between Opsgenie and Jira Service Management (JSM). When alerts are created in Opsgenie with a particular priority, I want the corresponding tickets to be created in JSM with the same priority.
OG alerts -> JSM Integration -> JSM tickets.
I would also like to see this feature bidirectional so when creating a ticket in Jira Service Management it will correspond with the associated Opsgenie Alert. Currently, this will create a default P3 alert in Opsgenie and it requires manual intervention to tweak and automate this logic.
JSM tickets -> JSM Integration -> OG alerts
It's in progress in the Roadmap
For now you can work with link below
Let me know if you have any queries
The alternative would be to use a policy to map the priority, rather than the advanced settings on the integration. You would need to create a policy for each priority and add the filter of "source contains: Jira"
Here is an example:
Thank you for your response. I would like to know where we can create a policy that you mentioned? Is it with Jira or OpsGenie? I think I have limited access in OpsGenie but will coordinate with our JIRA Admin. Do you have the complete documentation about this alert policy creation? I appreciate your assistance on this matter.
I apologize, I thought team-based policies were available on all plans but after checking the documentation it appears that they are also only available on the Standard and Enterprise plans. With that being the case, I believe there is no way to map priorities between Jira and Opsgenie on the Essentials plan.