JIRA 6 Essentials will show you how to use and manage your Atlassian JIRA instance. Starting from the basics of working with JIRA projects and issues, the course will introduce and explain advanced topics that any JIRA administrator will need to know to better understand and configure JIRA for their organizations.
This video course will introduce and explain important concepts in JIRA, and ultimately show you how to plan and design your own implementation. You will learn how to customize JIRA to adapt to your organization and add value to your business.
In this course you will learn how to understand and create your own workflows, implement access control with different security settings, manage user and group memberships, integrate with LDAP, set up a notification email system, extend JIRA's default functionalities with add-ons, integrate JIRA with other Atlassian applications or use JIRA as a general-purpose feedback collection system, as well as customize screens and field setups to capture data that really makes sense.
JIRA 6 Essentials covers everything that you need to know in order to set up a fully-functional implementation.
Patrick Li is the cofounder and senior engineer of AppFusions. AppFusions is the leading Atlassian partner specializing in integration solutions with many enterprise applications and platforms, including IBM Connections, Jive, Google Apps, Box, SugarCRM, and more.
He has worked in the Atlassian ecosystem for over five years, developing products and solutions for Atlassian platform and providing expert consulting services. He is one of the top contributors to the Atlassian community, providing answers and suggestions on the Atlassian user forum.
He is extensively experienced in designing and deploying Atlassian solutions from the ground up, and customizing existing deployments for clients across verticals such as Healthcare, Software Engineering, Financial Services, and Government Agencies.
Understand what a project is in JIRA.
Learn how to create issues in JIRA. Customize the Create Issue screen for yourself.
Find out project information, such as status and statistics.
Break your project into sub-modules with components. Plan project delivery with versions.
Create new issue types to represent real-life use cases.
Understand how JIRA presents issues, and understand what each section is.
Work with issues with basic operations.
Break down complex issues into smaller subtasks. Convert issues into subtasks and vice versa.
Link issues to other issues in JIRA. Link issues into other web resources.
Create new issue types to represent real-life use cases.
Configure which fields to be placed on the screens. Use tabs to group similar fields together to get an uncluttered screen.
Create new screens from the scratch and have them displayed when users work with issues.
Create new custom fields based on your needs. Configure the field settings for special field types.
Controlling field behaviors, including field visibility, mandatory requirement, and rendering options.
Allow different issue types and projects to have their own set of field configurations.
Add a new step to a workflow. Link the new step to the existing steps with transitions.
Control who can access workflow transitions based on predefined conditions.
Auto-execute additional functions as part of a workflow transition.
Create new user accounts in JIRA. Also, manage user group membership.
Control access to administration-level functions in JIRA, and control who can access JIRA.
Control access to the project. Control access to issue operations.
Allow users to control view access to issues.
Integrate JIRA with an existing LDAP server. Delegate user management to LDAP.
Allow JIRA to notify users via e-mails.
Allow users to receive notification e-mails for changes to issues they are working on.
Design and create your own e-mail templates for JIRA for use.
Create issues in JIRA by sending an e-mail. Add comments to existing issues by sending an e-mail.
Search for issues with visual search controls in JIRA.
Save your searches as filters for later use. Share your filters with other users in JIRA.
Search issues with JQL (JIRA Query Language) with complex search logics.
Create a custom dashboard to display information. Add gadgets to display tables and charts.
Extend the existing JIRA features with add-ons. Add new capabilities such as custom integration to JIRA with add-ons.
Access the JIRA data from other Atlassian applications and vice versa. See updates from other Atlassian applictions inside JIRA's activity stream.
Create navigation links for integrated systems and other websites.
Generate a feedback collector form for your website. Collect and track the feedback gathered in JIRA.
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