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Sync Projects, Epics, and Issues into Fibery

We hope you use Fibery to collaborate on software development. However, if your development team is held hostage by Atlassian or you're just transitioning from Jira (both Server & Cloud), this integration can be helpful.

Sync Projects, Epics, and Issues to Fibery and connect them to Features and Goals manually or with automatic rules.

Stop the sync once you cancel your Jira subscription — and continue with the same data in Fibery ;)

Sync data from Jira

Use our one-way native integration with Jira to automatically sync Projects, Epics, and Issues into Fibery.

👨‍🏫 Here is a step-by-step guide on how to set up a Jira integration.

As a result of your sync, you'll have a separate Jira space in your left menu. Once the data is there, you can visualize it in multiple ways and connect it to the real work. 👇

Connect Jira Issues to Fibery Features

Automatically link Issues to Features, User Stories, Bugs, Tasks, or any other entities in Fibery. The links will be bi-directional (when you link an entity, a back-reference appears on its page to make knowledge discoverable). Thus, inside a Feature, you will see a list of linked Issues and their development statuses, and once you open an Issue, you will see a Feature it belongs to.

As a result, you can manage all your products and features in Fibery, while the software development team will use Jira (we hope, not for long 😉).

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