Jira Integration in Domino¶
To use this feature:
- Your Domino deployment must be configured to use Jira.
- A Jira administrator must configure this integration within Jira.
- Your Jira account must have the necessary privileges to modify tickets within Jira. Otherwise, you’ll encounter errors within Domino if you try to use this feature.
To learn more about how to configure your Domino deployment to use Jira, please read: Jira Admin Configuration.
With Domino’s Jira integration, you can perform common Jira actions from your Domino project.
Connecting Domino and Jira¶
To use this feature, you’ll first need to connect your Domino and Jira accounts, and then authorize your Domino account to take action in Jira on your behalf.
- Navigate to the Overview section in Domino.
- Click on the Manage tab.
- Click on the Add Credentials button. You’ll be redirected to Jira’s authentication page. Enter your Jira credentials and authorize read and write access for Domino.
The connection between your Domino and Jira accounts will persist until you clear your Domino-related browser cookies.
Jira Subtasks Become Domino Goals¶
In Jira, “Subtasks” are a type of issue that are associated with a parent issue. For example, if a parent issue is of type “Epic”, then its child issues are typically “Tasks” or “Bugs”. However, if a parent issue is a “Task” or “Bug”, then its child issues are typically “Subtasks”.
If you a link a Jira ticket that has subtasks, each subtask will automatically become a Domino goal in your project. Conversely, creating or deleting a goal in your Domino project will result in the creation or deletion of a corresponding subtask in Jira. To learn more about goals in Domino, please read: Project Goals in Domino 4.
- Currently, images, Markdown, and any other Jira-compliant formatting are rendered as plain-text in Domino.