Jira is an issue and project tracking platform. You can create, list, read, update, and delete issues, and make custom API calls to the Jira API.
This connector is only supported for use with Jira cloud. Use with on-premises Jira servers isn't supported. See Moving from server to cloud for developers.
The Jira connector uses custom authentication. See Authorization.
|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 Issue||Trigger a flow when a new issue is created in Jira.|
When including multiple Jira connector action cards in a flow, we recommend that you use only one Jira card to perform a list or search to return all issues from a Jira environment.
|Create Issue||Create a new issue 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.|
|Read Issue||Read an issue 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.|
|Transition Issue||Change the status of an issue in Jira.|
|Update Issue||Update an issue in Jira.|