Connect Feathery to Jira to automatically create Jira issues and comments from your collected form data. You may set up multiple Jira actions at once.

What you need


Jira is a widely used project management and issue tracking software developed by Atlassian. Originally designed for software development teams, Jira has evolved to become a versatile tool used by various teams and organizations across different industries to plan, track, and manage projects, tasks, and workflows. Jira is known for its flexibility, scalability, and customization options, making it suitable for teams of all sizes and types.

Key Features of Jira:

  1. Issue Tracking: Jira allows users to create, prioritize, and track issues, tasks, bugs, and user stories within a centralized platform. Each issue is assigned a unique identifier and can be categorized, labeled, and assigned to team members.
  2. Project Management: Jira provides features for project planning, scheduling, and progress tracking, including project timelines, task boards, and Gantt charts. Users can create projects, set milestones, and visualize project progress.
  3. Agile Methodologies: Jira supports agile methodologies such as Scrum, Kanban, and Scrumban, offering customizable workflows, boards, and reports tailored to agile practices. Teams can manage sprints, backlogs, and user stories within Jira.
  4. Customizable Workflows: Jira allows users to create custom workflows to reflect their unique processes and methodologies. Workflows define the lifecycle of an issue, from creation to resolution, and can include multiple stages, transitions, and statuses.
  5. Integration with Development Tools: Jira integrates seamlessly with development tools and version control systems such as Git, GitHub, Bitbucket, and Jenkins. This enables developers to link code changes, commits, and branches to Jira issues for better traceability and collaboration.
  6. Collaboration and Communication: Jira facilitates collaboration and communication among team members through features such as comments, mentions, and notifications. Users can discuss issues, share updates, and provide feedback within Jira.
  7. Reporting and Analytics: Jira provides reporting and analytics tools to track project metrics, monitor team performance, and identify trends. Users can generate various reports, including burndown charts, velocity charts, and cumulative flow diagrams.
  8. Custom Fields and Attributes: Jira allows users to define custom fields, attributes, and issue types to capture specific information relevant to their projects and workflows. This flexibility enables teams to tailor Jira to their unique requirements.
  9. Automation and Workflow Automation: Jira offers automation features to automate repetitive tasks, trigger actions based on predefined rules, and streamline workflows. Users can create automation rules to assign tasks, send notifications, or update issue fields automatically.

Common Use Cases for Jira:

  • Software Development: Jira is widely used by software development teams for issue tracking, bug tracking, and agile project management.
  • IT Operations and Support: Jira is used by IT teams for incident management, change management, and IT service management (ITSM) processes.
  • Product Management: Jira serves as a tool for product managers to plan, prioritize, and track product development initiatives and feature requests.
  • Marketing and Creative Teams: Jira is used by marketing and creative teams to manage campaigns, content production, and design projects.
  • Project Management: Jira is used by project managers and teams across various industries to plan, track, and manage projects and tasks.

Overall, Jira is a versatile and powerful tool that provides teams with the capabilities to plan, track, and manage their projects and workflows effectively. Its flexibility, customization options, and integration capabilities make it a popular choice for teams and organizations looking to improve collaboration, productivity, and project outcomes.

How to set up

Navigate to the Feathery form that you want to connect to Jira. Click on the Integrations tab.

Open the Jira integration and choose the Feathery form event to trigger the Jira action. Your options are when someone completes the form, reaches a specific step of the form, or whenever data is received from your end user (partial submissions, data enrichment, etc.)

Authorize and connect your Jira account.

Choose whether you want to create a Jira issue or add a comment to an issue. Map your Feathery fields to issue or comment content that you want to populate.

Click Connect. Your integration is now live and ready to go!

What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

Static and dynamic content editing

A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!

How to customize formatting for each rich text

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the

"When inside of" nested selector


This is a H6

This is a Link

  • This is a list item
  • This is another list item here
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