Jira Product Discovery is your place for transforming product ideas into product success.
Learn how to create and manage the units of work in Jira Product Discovery.
Learn how to configure your projects.
Learn about different methods to import and export into various formats.
Learn how to integrate with Slack and use the Chrome extension.
Learn how to organize and visualize ideas with Jira Product Discovery views.
Fields allow you to play with multiple dimensions of an idea.
Jira Product Discovery is currently in beta
Jira Product Discovery will soon graduate from beta to General Availability. While the product is in beta, everyone is subscribed to the free version. However, we're ready to share our pricing model with you.
Standard field types
Check to show that an option has been chosen. It can indicate for example whether or not a design has been approved for an idea.
Time-based information for an idea. For example, planned delivery start date.
Hyperlink to any resource from this field. For example, a “Spec” field where users can paste a link to a detailed technical specification for the idea.
This field allows you to create multiple options users can choose from. For example goals, teams or products.
This field allows you to specify a numerical value for the idea (for example, “reach” for use in a RICE score). This field doesn’t restrict the range of numbers you can enter, but for something easier to edit, you can use a rating (a quick and easy way to set a value between 1 and 5) or a slider field (1-100).
Jira site user
This field allows you to rate an idea from 1 to 5. You can use this to quickly assign values to things like impact, effort, confidence, risk and so on.
This field allows you to create an option. For example goals, teams or products.
You can add a short text in this field
This field allows you to quickly rate an idea using a number between 1 and 100 via a visual slider.
This field shows the number of comments for each idea. Clicking on it opens a sidebar that lets you view and create comments for the idea.
This field allow users to vote on an idea. When you create a vote field you can configure the amount of votes allowed per user.
This field shows the number of insights for each idea. Clicking on it opens a sidebar that lets you create and view insights added to the idea.
This field displays the delivery progress/status for the idea, which is calculated based on the status of the Jira Software Epics or Issues linked to the idea via the delivery panel.
Custom formula (Fx)
You create a new value out of existing field values, like what you can do in a spreadsheet. At the moment, it is limited to the following:
A roll-up is the sum of different field values. If you select fields A and B, the rollup is A+B. For insights, it rolls up data from these insights.
Weighted score is the same as rollup except that coefficients are applied to the terms. Hence, if weight score field F(i) has weight W(i), then:
wscore(F(1), W(1), …, F(n), W(n)) = normalize(normalize(F(1)) * W(1) + … + normalize(F(n)) * W(n)))
Normalization is an operation over the value of the field across all the non-archived ideas. The normalized value x for a field is defined as 100 * (x - min) / (max - min). where min and max are the min and max values respectively across all the ideas. Hence, the max value will be interpreted as 100 and the min value will be interpreted as 0.
Write Your Own
Write your own allows you to use a simple expression language to write their own formula.
User responsible for the idea.
User who creates an idea.
The person being assigned to an idea.
This field displays the delivery status for the idea, which is calculated based on the status of the Jira Software Epics or Issues linked to the idea via the delivery panel.
This field displays the delivery progress for the idea, which is calculated based on the status of the Jira Software Epics or Issues linked to the idea via the delivery panel.
Jira Issue key
Jira Issue title
Shows the number of comments on a given idea.
Labels allow you to categorize ideas into themes.
You can use insights to capture user needs: snippets from customer interviews or user research links to support tickets or sales opportunities, links to specific product analytics dashboards, or messages from stakeholders coming from Slack or Teams.
Number of linked Jira issues to an idea.
Timestamp field when the idea card was last updated.
Field used to display goals set in Atlas.
Field used to display projects set in Atlas.
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