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 JIRAJira.
Step 1: Create a pipeline
If you already have the pipeline which you would like to synchronise with JIRAJira, 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:
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 JIRAJira, we need to create a column, which would store JIRA 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 ‘Column 5’ name doesn’t look like a good name for such a valuable column. Let’s rename it to ‘JIRAkey’‘Jirakey’, so it makes more sense:
This step is optional. You can synchronise any of supported JIRA Jira fields
|Name||JIRA Jira Field||Streak Type||Comment|
|Status||status from JIRA from Jira issue||Dropdown||Values synchronized from JIRA Jira side|
|Assignee||assignee from JIRA from Jira issue||Dropdown||Values synchronized from JIRA Jira side|
|Priority||priority from JIRA from Jira issue||Dropdown||Values synchronized from JIRA Jira side|
|Link||link to JIRA Jira issue||FreeForm|
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