Learn how to set up Jira Software Cloud and integrate it with other products and applications.
Learn how to configure your Jira Software Cloud company-managed projects to suit your agile development processes.
Learn how to create, search, and work with issues in software projects, manage your profile, and more.
Learn how to get started, enable features, and manage and administer team-managed projects.
Search for issues, navigate to your work, use advanced search, and work with your search results.
Plan and view work across multiple teams, projects, and releases with Advanced Roadmaps.
Requests feature is a part of a limited launch and is not available to all. It is subject to change and may be rolled out to all customers based on success.
Jira Software allows you to view all your customer requests inside your software project. The requests are automatically categorised based on request types you can define. You can then, easily triage and work on them.
This feature is powered by Jira Service Management, which is a purpose-built Atlassian product about service management, incidents, changes, and everything IT. You can connect Jira Service Management to your software project by contacting your Jira admin.
Plan sprints better by connecting to Jira Service Management
After connecting to Jira Service Management, requests raised by customers are automatically visible in the requests tab of your software project. This will empower you to plan sprints better. You can also –
Link Jira Software issues to requests
You can link issues from your sprint board to a customer request. Linked issues will appear below the description of each other’s issue view and help by adding context.
Streamline receiving requests
You can allow customers to raise requests through Slack, Microsoft Teams, request form, email, and chat. Irrespective of the channel, all requests will appear in the requests tab.
Build a holistic request management practice
When you select a request inside your software project, you are taken to your Jira Service Management issue view where you can;
Create subtasks — split the issue into smaller chunks or to allow various aspects of an issue to be assigned to different people
Assign — assign request to your team members
Comment — make notes, track progress, tag relevant people - record all relevant information on the same ticket
Reply to customer — ask for information, inform about progress and talk to the person who raised a request directly
Link issue — link issues from Jira Software
Connect Jira Service Management to your Jira software project
When you turn on requests for your software project, the requests tab will appear in the left navigation bar. When you select Try for free inside the Requests tab, we will automatically create and link a new Jira Service Management project to your software project.
The name of your new service project will be “<your service project name> support“. For example, if the name of your software project is “Payments”; your service project will be called “Payments support”.
To quickly get you started, we will provide you with a pre-built request form. You can quickly preview the form and share with your customers. The requests raised through it will automatically appear inside the requests tab.
We will also auto-select a project template suitable to the needs of your team.
Who can view the requests raised by your customers?
By default, every member who is a part of your software project will be able to view requests raised by your customers but not make any changes to them.
The admin of your service project can allow team members to make changes, by selecting (icon) > Add team member. If you’re on the free plan, you can provide edit access to upto 3 members.
If you wish to upgrade a team member to the admin of your service project, you can do in Jira Service Management.
In Jira Service Management, select Project settings > People.
Under the Role column, select Administrator.
You can select Remove if you wish to revoke a member’s access to Jira Service Management.
Alternatively, you may select > Add team members from the top right corner in your software project.
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