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Simple way to automatically add checklists to your Jira workflow

Do you like monotonous and repetitive tasks? The truth is that almost nobody likes. But it’s not just about our preferences, but the impact they have on our overall performance and results. 

Many managers have dozens of such tasks weekly. But why are we even speaking about recurring issues at the workplace if it is such a common thing? The answer is that they affect the manager’s productivity, work quality, employee satisfaction, and finally, the company’s operational costs.

If you don’t manage to handle your repetitive processes, it may cost you and your company a lot. 

The Recurring Checklists and Report plugin allows you to set automated issues creation on a daily, monthly, or annual basis. Also, you can collect all the tasks of the process in a single to-do list, which will also describe the task, if necessary.


  1. Start creating a checklist by clicking the “Add new checklist” button and fill in the necessary data. 

  2. Select project and assignees. To set up automation, use Recurring function. With flexible schedule you no longer have to worry about forgetting to create a task or stop the whole process.

  3. Once the task is created at the selected project, the checklist will be displayed in the task. Track the task’s status and progress through a one-page report.image.png

 Just a little effort, and now your checklist will automatically be added to the desired items.

The implantation of checklists is an effective way to standardize processes and improve team performance. Get a free 30 days trial period to automate your workflow with a Recurring Checklists and Report for Jira. 



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