how to import from clickup in jira

setareh abhari
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December 6, 2020

hi

i wanted to switch from clickup to jira and i wanted to know how can i import my project from clickup in jira?

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Ying Yin
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March 27, 2024

Hello,

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Vera Bakshaeva December 11, 2020

Hi,

could you please say why you would like to switch from clickup to jira?

Best regards,

Vera

Abhishek Gupta
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December 18, 2020

I am thinking of doing the same.

One of the main reasons is I cannot use a unique ID in my click ups to track an issue or a user story. It doesn't allow search by the unique key. I need to search it using name or title or combination of filter fields.

I was on Jira before but then I jumped to Click up because they were so flexible.

But having a unique key that can be used in searches is more valuable than flexibility.

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Vera Bakshaeva December 21, 2020

Thank you very much for the information!

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Ravi Sagar _Sparxsys_
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December 6, 2020

Hi @setareh abhari 

I am not familiar with clickup but if you can export your data into CSV file then you can also import it in Jira. Take a look at the documentation for more details. You first need to setup and configure your projects, map the fields and few other things for the import to work.

Apart from that you can also use Jira REST API or the JSON import as well.

I hope it helps.

Ravi

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December 6, 2020

I believe clickup has CSV export capabilities as well.

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Mark Filley
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April 24, 2023

Here is a code sample which moves from ClickUp to Jira

 

https://github.com/anmarkoulis/clickup-to-jira

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