Your first stop for learning how to get started with Jira Service Management.
Your first stop for learning how to get started with Jira Service Management.
Learn how to succeed in your role as a service project agent.
Learn how to use Assets in Jira Service Management with this detailed guide.
Set up your service project in a way that empowers your agents and your customers get help for their requests.
With team-managed service projects, your teams can manage their own work and process, without having to reach out to a Jira admin.
Learn about ITSM and the strategic approach to designing, delivering, managing, and improving the way businesses use IT.
Understand how to effectively serve your customers as a service project agent.
Follow proven patterns for setting up Jira Service Management for IT and software development teams.
Jira products share a set of core capabilities that you'll want to understand to get the most out of Jira Service Management.
Learn how to use Atlassian Intelligence features in Jira Service Management to streamline your work.
Learn how to use Jira Service Management's virtual agent to automate your customer support and save your agents hours every day.
Learn how to connect, track and manage the items that matter to your team with Assets for Jira Service Management.
Resources to help you plan and set up a successful move to cloud.
Search for issues, navigate to your work, use advanced search, and work with your search results.
Learn how to use forms to gather more information from your customers and team.
Once you’re in your service project, you’ll find it packed with helpful features.
Queues are where your agents work on customer requests. As a project administrator, you can set up and configure queues to triage requests to the right service project agents. Your agents can then view and work on these requests from your queues. Learn more about queues.
Dashboards and Reports
Use reports to visualize trends in your projects. Project administrators can also set up custom reports to discover new trends not displayed by the default reports. Learn more about managing dashboards and gadgets.
Channels are the different ways that customers can send requests. In channels, you can set up and edit your email, help center, and widget channels. Learn more about creating APIs as a channel.
When you sign up for a Jira Service Management site, a help center for your site gets created automatically. For each service project you create, a corresponding portal also gets automatically created. Learn more about customizing your help center and portals.
Customers are unlicensed users who send requests to your service team via the portal, email, or widget. Jira Service Management converts the customer requests into issues for your agents to work on. Learn more about adding customers and how they request help.
Project settings is where you configure your service project. Here, you can set up request types and forms, link your service project to an email account, manage admins, agents and end-user permissions, and more.
Jira Service Management's knowledge base, powered by Confluence, enables you to write and share articles that help agents and customers get the help they need quickly. Learn how to set up your knowledge base.
Forms can use conditional logic to dynamically show or hide fields, and can include headings, field validation, tables, and rich formatting. You can use forms in the portal to get more information from customers when they raise a request, use a form to create an issue, or add forms to existing issues to act as checklists or to gather new data as an issue progresses. Learn more about forms.
Issues that your team can work on all transition through different stages of work – from creation to completion. The path that your issues take is called a workflow. This can include steps like In progress or Needs approval. Learn more about Jira Cloud workflows.
Lighten the load and work more efficiently with automation. Automation helps you to focus on the work that matters, removing the need to perform manual, repetitive tasks by allowing your teams to automate their processes and workflows. With our simple rule builder, you can configure powerful automation rules to handle even the most complex scenarios. Learn more about automation.
SLAs (service level agreements) are a powerful tool for teams to track how well they're meeting the level of service expected by their customers. Project admins can create SLA goals that specify the types of requests you want to track and the time it should take to resolve them. Learn more about SLAs.
Additional features available
If you’re using an IT service management (ITSM) project, you’ll get some extra features by default. Some of these can also be enabled for other project types under Project settings > Features.
Service request management
Service requests are requests that are managed and solved by a dedicated service team. For example, a request for a new laptop for a team member. This feature gives your team access to:
a request type dedicated to service requests
dedicated service request queues
service request reports
Incident management is a practice used by development and IT operations teams to respond to an unplanned event or service interruption and restore the service to its operational state. This feature gives the team access to:
a dedicated incidents request type
dedicated incidents queues
ways to escalate major incidents prompting the right Dev and IT teams to immediately swarm and begin resolution
the ability to link support requests directly to major incidents so support agents can see status changes in real-time
When a service has vulnerabilities, incidents can occur. Problems are the cause (or potential cause) of those incidents. This feature gives the team access to:
a request type dedicated to problems
dedicated problems queues and problems reports
ways to group incidents to problems, helping your team to fast-track the root cause analysis
a place to record workarounds to minimize the impact of incidents
Changes are the addition, modification, or removal of anything that could have an effect on services. Change management allows your business to flag, review, and approve these changes before they can impact service quality. This feature gives the team access to:
a dedicated change request type with an automated risk assessment workflow
dedicated change queues
the ability to connect your CI/CD pipeline up to your service project so that you can track and gate deployments with automated risk assessment
Services holds details of the products and applications your organization uses, and the relationships between them. These can be used for a variety of features, including approving changes or knowing who to alert in the event of an incident. Learn more about Services.
Alerts let your team notify the right people of incidents as they happen. This feature gives the team the ability to:
centralize and filter alerts across all your monitoring, logging, and CI/CD tools to ensure your teams respond to issues quickly
keep stakeholders aware of updates using multiple notification channels including SMS, email, and mobile push, and share status information with both internal and external users via direct integration with Statuspage
create chat channels (Slack, MS Teams), setup video conferencing (via a native video bridge or Zoom) and automatically record all actions with a incident timeline
create automation rules to rapidly investigate and remediate the incidents
On-call lets your team see who's rostered to be alerted about incidents. This feature gives the team the ability to customize on-call schedules, routing rules, and escalation policies to handle alerts differently based on their source and urgency.
These features let us test new ideas and gather your feedback to improve them. Give your team access to trial our newest features in Project settings > Features. Learn more about the feature lab.
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