Git Integration for Jira
The collaboration bridge that connects Git & Jira data so devs & project managers can stay in the tools they love
Git Integration for Jira simplifies connectivity between applications, boosting productivity for Jira users—like project managers—seeking to view Git commits, branches, tags and pull requests inside of Jira without context switching. All Git integrations are supported, including serving customers with self-hosted or cloud-based Git servers. Git Integration for Jira is also enhanced with features to meet the unique needs of those requiring strict source code control with Webhook Indexing.
Even non-technical users will understand what’s happening in your Git repository when it’s presented alongside your Jira issues and projects, leading to better cross-department collaboration and organization-wide transparency.
Features Development Teams Love
Commits, Branches, Pull Requests
View Git commits in Jira to see the commit author, date and time, and the Git diff of the source code. Manually edit which commits are associated with a Jira Issue. View and create branches and pull requests directly from Jira.
Add one, ten or thousands of repositories with a single integration. Or add multiple integrations to manage repositories in smaller batches using GitLab Groups, GitHub organizations, or to manage Jira permissions for specific groups.
Perform multiple actions on Jira Issues from a single Git commit using Smart Commits. Enter the issue key and the desired action such as time tracking or closing an issue.
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Why Dev Teams Love Git Integration for Jira
Easily understand what’s happening in your Git repos with contextual data presented alongside Jira issues and projects.
Leverage existing workflows in your repositories and issues to automatically power your data.
Empower team members of all technical backgrounds to contribute and understand who is doing what.
See How It Works
Git Integration for Jira simplifies connectivity between applications, boosting productivity for Jira users—like project managers—seeking to view Git commits, branches, tags and pull requests inside of Jira without context switching. Take a tour to see how it integrates into your team’s workflow.