Connect JIRA's webhook to send events to DailyBot and track activity around: issues created, updated, deleted, comments, sprints closed, and version released.
To connect with JIRA, navigate to the Integrations page > JIRA and then get your DailyBot Organization JIRA URL to then configure the webhook in JIRA.
What are the steps?
- Get your own URL from DailyBot Integrations page > JIRA, copy that URL.
- Go to your JIRA global settings.
- Click on WebHooks, then "Create a WebHook".
- Paste your DailyBot hook URL, add a name and select the events to be tracked, recommended: issue (created, updated, deleted), worklog (updated), comment (created), sprint (closed), version (released).
How does DailyBot match JIRA users with DailyBot users?
It is recommended that all your team members configure their own JIRA ID or usernames on DailyBot's JIRA page. They should access the Integrations page > JIRA, and then just set their ID or username.
If the ID or username is not defined, DailyBot will try to match the users based on the full name they have in DailyBot vs. the full name they have in JIRA. If that information does not match, the JIRA event will be ignored and no activity will be tracked.