Team workflows in JIRA
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Team workflows in JIRA

A practical guide to building a workflow for teams to use in JIRA
4.6 (88 ratings)
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646 students enrolled
Created by Dan LeFebvre
Last updated 9/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Customize JIRA's agile features.
  • Understand workflows in JIRA better.
  • Be able to customize JIRA's agile boards.
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Requirements
  • It's recommended you understand the basics of JIRA (such as the topics covered in my Understanding JIRA course) before watching this
Description

This Team workflows in JIRA course is intended to give you some tips, tricks and techniques you can use right away to work better in JIRA. We'll use a project-based approach to build a workflow that allows a dev team to send issues to a QA team and then have the QA team send them back through JIRA's agile boards.

Along the way, we'll learn about many of JIRA's features including agile boards, filters, permissions, workflows, schemes, and many more.

This course is perfect for JIRA administrators and anyone who's familiar with JIRA but wants to learn some new tips and tricks for building team workflows in JIRA.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who is familiar with JIRA basics and wants to learn ways to build a practical workflow for teams
  • This is targeted at JIRA administrators, not JIRA end users
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Curriculum For This Course
16 Lectures
01:20:06
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Course Introduction
2 Lectures 07:20

In this video we'll learn about the project for this course.

Preview 01:09

In this video we'll get a better idea of the scenario for our project.

Preview 06:11
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Team Workflows in JIRA
13 Lectures 01:12:06

In this video we'll start our project by creating a new agile board.

Preview 04:41

Adjusting our board's filter
03:01

Adding new columns
03:46

In this video we'll create some custom statuses that we'll need for our board.

Creating custom statuses
03:44

Understanding workflows and how they relate to agile in JIRA
05:31

Customizing our project's workflow to add our new statuses
09:00

In this video we'll build a new agile board for our second team.

Building our QA team's board
07:08

Fixing an unexpected bug in our board
07:46

In this video we'll take a moment to understand how the teams are set up in our scenario, so we'll have a better idea of how they need to communicate with each other through JIRA.

Understanding how our teams are set up
04:53

Auto-assigning issues to our QA team
05:13

Auto-assigning issues back to our dev team
05:57

Updating permissions for our new workflow
04:18

Optional: Updating our dev team's sprint board
07:08
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Course Conclusion
1 Lecture 00:40

In this video we'll finish off the course and say our goodbyes.

Course conclusion
00:40
About the Instructor
Dan LeFebvre
4.4 Average rating
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Best-selling author and productivity expert

Thanks for stopping by. I'm a best-selling author, and a 3D generalist, photographer, podcaster and blogger. For over a decade, I've worked to become more productive in my career while allowing myself time to follow my personal goals on the side. In that time, I've found success in the productivity space as I've written a few books to share my processes. Now, I'm hoping to continue helping you be more productive here at Udemy. Got questions? Let me know!