Jira connector

Jira connector allows you to read and send emails.

Authorize your Jira account

The Jira connector uses Oauth2 for authentication and authorization. The first time you add an Jira card to a Flow, you're prompted to create a connection. See Authorization.

Jira connector event cards

Action

Description

Issue Deleted Trigger a flow when an issue is deleted in Jira. The outputs on this card are retrieved dynamically from Jira and will change depending on your Jira implementation.

Issue Transitioned

Trigger a Flow when an issue's status is changed in Jira.

Issue Updated

Trigger a Flow when an issue is updated in Jira.

New Comment

Trigger a Flow when a new comment is created in Jira.

New Issue

Trigger a Flow when a new issue is created in Jira.

New Project

Triggers a Flow when a project is created in Jira.

New Work Log Entry

Trigger a Flow when a new work log entry is made in Jira.

Project Updated

Trigger a Flow when a project is updated in Jira.

Jira connector action cards

Action

Description

Create Issue

Create a new issue in Jira.

Create Project

Create a project in Jira.

Custom API Action

Make a custom, authenticated HTTP call to the Jira API.

Delete Issue

Delete an issue in Jira.

List Issues

List all issues in a Jira project.

List Projects

List all Jira projects and their information.

Read Issue

Read an issue in Jira.

Read Project

Read a project in Jira.

Read User

Read a user in Jira.

Search Issues

Search for an issue in Jira.

Search Issues by JQL

Use a Jira Query language (JQL) query to get a list of issues in Jira.

Search Projects

Search for a project in Jira.

Search Users

Search for a username in Jira.

Transition Issue

Change the status of an issue in Jira.

Update Issue

Update an issue in Jira.

Update Project

Update a project in Jira.