You can see the integration in action from 2 minutes 30 seconds in the following video:
If your organization uses JIRA to manage software development, the Receptive add-on is extremely helpful because it allows you to automatically:
- Create issues in JIRA when a Receptive feature request gets to a certain stage;
- Release features in Receptive when they are completed in JIRA; and
- Communicate released features to customers & internal team members.
Why is this important?
The add-on dramatically increases efficiency between the product and development teams and closes the feedback loop for customers and users within your organization.
Learn how to set up the JIRA add-on here
In this article:
- How does the JIRA add-on work?
- How the add-on works when you are in Receptive
- How to add an existing JIRA issue to a feature request without updating the feature status
- Where can I see which JIRA issues are linked to a feature request?
- How do I remove JIRA issues from a feature request?
- How the add-on works when you are in JIRA
How does the JIRA add-on work?
Once you have installed and configured the JIRA add-on, it’s really easy to link features and issues in Receptive and JIRA.
You can assign multiple feature requests to a JIRA issues and multiple JIRA issues can also be assigned to feature requests in Receptive.
As a feature is moved to a specific stage in Receptive, it can be automatically added to JIRA with the original request linked. As the dev team completes a feature in
How the add-on works when you are in Receptive
When you are in Receptive, changing the status of a feature request will automatically create an issue in JIRA. You choose the feature status that triggers this action when you set up the add-on.
When a feature request changes status, you get the standard dialogue box with an additional link and checkbox for the JIRA issue. You can simply uncheck the box if you don’t want to create a JIRA issue and the default settings can also be amended - just click the blue
detailslink and the full panel will be revealed as shown below:
How to add an existing JIRA issue to a feature request without updating the feature status
As well as automatically creating a JIRA issue when a feature request is given a certain status, you can also link existing JIRA issues to a feature request at any time.
Once the add-on is installed, you will have a JIRA panel on every feature request page. Click the
Link issue button, search for the JIRA issue and click the
Link issue button. Remember you can add multiple JIRA issues to a feature request.
Where can I see which JIRA issues are linked to a feature request?
All linked JIRA issues will appear in the JIRA panel in Receptive:
Clicking the issue takes you to the relevant page in JIRA.
How do I remove JIRA issues from a feature request?
To remove a JIRA issue from a feature request, simply hit the X next to the link.
How the add-on works when you are in JIRA
When you are in JIRA, you can add multiple feature requests to issues. When an issue changes to a certain status (e.g.,
Done), the feature request will automatically be released in Receptive. All customers and internal team members who were following the feature request will be notified of the release.
Remember you choose the status in the add-on configuration.
How do I add feature requests to my JIRA issue?
When the add-on has been installed, you will have a Receptive panel in the bottom right of all issue pages.
Link feature button, search for the feature request then click
All linked feature requests will appear in this panel.
How do I remove feature requests from a JIRA issue?
Just click the
Unlink button next to the feature request in the Receptive panel.