JIRA in a Nutshell demo video

JIRA is the center of software
development projects, connecting people, activity and tools to help you make great products the dashboard is your go-to place to stay updated on what’s happening whether its been hours or days since you last checked in on work let’s jump into an issue issues are the heart of JIRA they can be simple tasks, software defects, or even new features or requirements highlight progress on issues by moving them through the workflow the diagram makes it easy to see where this issue is and it’s complete workflow you can customize workflows using a visual designer and it’s easy to set up your project so different types of items go through different processes common actions for issues are at the top here I’ll add a comment to pull a colleague into the conversation the issue view shows relevant information including dates and people below we can see linked items like Confluence pages other JIRA issues, and tickets in another system
another system and at the bottom we’ve got
traceability between JIRA issues and code changes here we can see source commits from Bitbucket and build activity from Bamboo let’s search for a set of issues in a project any time you’re looking for specific
issue or a set of related issues click the issues tab to use JIRA’s search the search bar across the top narrows down the options of subsequent menus and updates your search results live as a team or project lead, this view is the place to sort through newly created issues and assign work keyboard shortcuts make it easy to jump
up and down the list and even take action on issues pressing dot lets me perform all available actions without ever leaving this view we know that sometimes you’d like to see
the query behind a search or even make changes in the advanced mode JIRA’s Query Language, JQL, helps you build complex queries by automatically completing options for you you can save any search to turn it into a filter share filters with other people and teams so everyone is working off the same list of items and use filters to power dashboard gadgets
support that and keep everyone on the same page I’ve set up this dashboard so the team can keep an eye on high priority items track progress toward our next milestone
and stay up-to-date on project activity the activity stream at the top shows me that Chris has taken action on the item I asked him to look at a few minutes ago over half of JIRA customers practice agile development let’s take a look at two add-ons that help teams going agile the most popular is agile planning with GreenHopper GreenHopper is where agile teams plan their sprints, track daily work and report on progress another popular add-on is Bonfire anyone who create similar issues often
can use Bonfire’s browser extension to submit issues without ever leaving the
browser tab automatically populate common inputs
with Bonfire’s templates can you can share templates with your team QA teams use Bonfire to tie issues to test sessions the central place in a JIRA project to track testing of a specific story, requirement or defect there are hundreds of add-ons available in the Atlassian Marketplace browse add-ons from the plugin manager inside JIRA and you can download and install
a free trial of any add-on with a single click you can even write your own add-ons using JIRA’s stable Java and REST API get started today with a free 30-day trial

100 thoughts on “JIRA in a Nutshell demo video

  1. Yeah why would you put  awful music on an introductory video of a professional tool like JIRS ie if it is one. Duh -for dumber~

  2. LOL I love the guys smugly deriding the posters of the first couple of comments for focusing on the music…Followed by the 50 or so remaining comments, all of which are about the music.  Not one single comment is about anything besides the music.  They must have blown the budget on this one – because they clearly can't afford to edit the music out.

  3. It is worth mentioning about usefulness of a convenient and user-friendly issue description editor!
    There is plenty of Add-Ons for JIRA Server, and there is also one WYSIWYG Add-On for JIRA Cloud – https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/simple-edit

  4. Please get rid of the music on this video. The video's useful, but it is practically impossible to listen to anything she says with that awful noise in the background.

  5. "Wait! I don't know what JIRA is…" this doesn't tell me what it is. That and my ears bleeding form the accent and the music.

  6. A lot of excellent information presented.  Too bad I couldn't hear most of it because the speaker's voice was lost in the music.

  7. Sound quality on internet is bad enough and then when you insert a backdrop of bassy music you just make it almost impossible to follow the presenter who by the way is talking at a fast pace.

  8. I have small, very low quality laptop speakers so it's impossible to hear the speaker due to the music. Please remove the music. This is not a music video and it does not have to sound like a comercial.

  9. Music on this video is annoying and very distracting. It makes it difficult to hear and focus on the narration.

  10. @Atlassian Why on earth would you put loud and irritating music over the top of a video like this?

  11. Agree that sound track is annoying, please fix! (I don't believe Atlassian is monitoring these comments.)

  12. Between Confluence and JIRA, has any company ever caused more confusion and enabled sloppier communications than Atlassian?

  13. luckily the same music is being repeated and my brain recorded that and removed it from the background and let me hear the words along with the actions done on the screen.

  14. It doesn't exactly speak for Atlassian as a company that they have either been unable or unwilling to remove the sound of this in about 3 years, even though people are consistently complaining.

  15. If you want to get more out of JIRA, I recommend to install the following JIRA plugins: http://usersnap.com/blog/jira-integrations-optimize-web-development-workflow/#.Ve6B3wUJcqA.twitter

  16. This software is useful for IT project management. For other types of project that do not use an Agile approach, I believe that this SW is not the best option.

  17. Holy crap that music is awful. What the hell?
    I'm not sure what she's saying – I keep hearing the same 7 notes over and over and over again throughout this video.
    Seriously – this is supposed to be a product demo and it plays like a music video that some kid made on his home PC in the '90s.
    Head…. hurts….make… it … stop…..

  18. Downvoted because music (especially the type of music) is a big distraction and, frankly, unprofessional. Presentation was made by somebody who is running late and had to catch the last train.

  19. Seriously even after this long comments for musiccccccccccccc, this video still in the first page of GOOGLE.what kind of Algorithm is running behind this ???????????

  20. Jira is shit, its a product that SUCKS THE SOUL out of people and companies. It is a disgraceful POS owned by two 1%'er brats who wear hoodies in interviews and whose company is valued at a billion dollars. WTF WTF WTF. Atlassian is a scam company to its customers and investors.

  21. The music is terrible and the demonstration is related to Jira or is this an audition for American idol – music. This is not some audition for some music competition?. Absolute garbage and the guy who edit this should be mentally checked.

  22. The music is very distracting. Also I think scripted training videos, while seemingly slick, are hard to follow. I would rather an expert did the training.

  23. Literally everyone commented about the annoying music in the background. Good informative video though overall, just finished learning about JIRA so this was helpful since I already knew about it but still wanted a good overall view of it.

  24. When I got to 0:35 it became immediately clear that your software is for nerds. An 8-year-old could easily tell you that flowchart should be linear. Some people on my team are about as smart as an 8-year-old so if I deployed your software I would expect I'd need to explain shit to them all day.

  25. So…. what does Atlassian call Issues that are associated with Risks?? Is an Issue Register now something else?

  26. This person is talking and going way too fast. And it's not just the bad, distracting music in the background. Horrible video.

  27. This video is perfect for what it is trying to do – stop bitching about background music and focus on the information people.

  28. Seriously as a new user of JIRA this is poor. I wanted to review some videos on JIRA before I start working with it. How can you  keep up with this video, and that music is terrible and very distracting.

  29. Awesome music, here, have a thumbs down. Good job. Perhaps, next time think a bit? Whats the purpose of this video? How does the music help to serve that purpose?

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