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It is important to have a correctly configured Streak pipeline before moving to plugin configuration. Here is a step by step guide that will help you to set up the Streak pipeline synchronised with Jira. 

Step 1: Create a pipeline

If you already have the pipeline which you would like to synchronise with Jira, then you can skip this step. If you don’t have the pipeline, then press ‘+ New’ next to pipelines menu item within you Gmail account:

Here are some predefined pipeline types. You can pick any of them. For our example, we choose a “Sales / CRM” type.

There is a really simple pipeline, which will be used for further examples.

Step 2: Add a column for a Jira issue number (Mandatory)

In order to synchronise Streak and Jira, we need to create a column, which would store Jira issue keys. Important: this column is required in further configuration. Let’s create a Free form column in the pipeline. Click on the arrow icon next to any column, pick ‘Insert Columns’ and then ‘Free form’:

The new column has been added successfully: 

The ‘Column 5’ name doesn’t look like a good name for such a valuable column. Let’s rename it to ‘Jira­key’, so it makes more sense:

Step 3: Adding additional columns (optional)

This step is optional. You can synchronise any of supported Jira fields

NameJira FieldStreak TypeComment
Statusstatus from Jira issueDropdownValues synchronized from Jira side
Assigneeassignee from Jira issueDropdownValues synchronized from Jira side
Prioritypriority from Jira issueDropdownValues synchronized from Jira side
Linklink to Jira issueFreeForm 


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