Mattermost Platform

Powering Jira Workflows with Real-Time Messaging

Tens of thousands of developers and product teams around the world use Jira for issue tracking and project management. 

While Jira helps software development teams increase productivity, streamline collaboration, and improve issue prioritization, it does come with its fair share of pain points—just like virtually every other piece of technology. 

For example, as workflows have shifted from email to messaging, developers have to switch between a number of different apps—like Gmail/Outlook, Confluence, Jira, and a messaging platform like Slack, Jabber, Skype, or WhatsApp—to stay on top of issues. 

Beyond that, when you’re getting email notification after email notification, it can be difficult to filter through the noise to find the most pressing actionable issues and tickets. 

Mattermost, the open source messaging solution for DevOps teams, solves these problems by reducing friction with a seamless two-way Jira integration that enables developers to post Jira information to and from multiple channels. The integration also lets teams use slash commands to create, manage, and view Jira issues without leaving the Mattermost messaging window.  

Interested in learning more about how Mattermost accelerates Jira workflows? Watch this webinar hosted by Mattermost’s Aaron Rothschild, Senior Product Manager of Integrations, and John Thompson, Solution Architect, for an in-depth look! 

The webinar includes a live demonstration of the Mattermost Jira integration, including how to configure and set up the integration, how to automatically post notifications from Jira to Mattermost channels, how to create Jira issues and attach messages without leaving Mattermost, and how to use slash commands to take action on Jira issues. Following the demonstration, Aaron and John take questions from the audience.

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Amanda Venezia is the Demand Generation Campaigns Manager at Mattermost, Inc. Prior to joining Mattermost, she held demand generation and events marketing positions at companies like LightStep, Red Hat, and CoreOS.