Jira+Git Integration (Git-Jira repos sync)
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#1 Git-Jira Integration for Jira-Github, Jira-Gitlab, Jira-Bitbucket, and more Jira and Git connections
Git integrated with Jira: every option you need
Every commit is now at your fingertips inside Jira. Stay in the loop with your development team on every issue. Even review and compare code diffs right inside Jira.
Team Insights with Git Jira integration
Get insights of your team's performance and the number of pull requests and commits they create every day.
Jira Git plugin creates Pull Requests and Branches
Create pull requests and branches from inside Jira. See all of your commit history easily with our repo browser.
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Top Atlassian Vendor 🎉 with 3000+ customers including Amazon, Uber, Genentech to name a few. "Liking the simplicity and power of this app for git." - Larry A.
- Easy to setup in a few minutes
- Automatically syncs repos in real-time
- View Git in context with Jira to understand development status
- View and Create in Jira...
- Pull requests
- Smart Commands in Git Commits...
- Link to Jira Issue IDs
- Record time log
- Transition Jira issues
- Large repo support
- Real-time sync of commits
- See all commit details in Jira, including source code diffs
- Supports popular cloud git apps:
- GitHub Enterprise
- GitLab Enterprise
- AWS Code Commit
- Microsoft Azure
- Private self-hosted
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Privacy and security
Jira+Git Integration (Git-Jira repos sync) integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Act on a user's behalf, even when the user is offline
- Administer the host application
- Administer Jira projects
- Delete data from the host application
Easily connect to GitHub, Bitbucket, or Gitlab. Enabled/Disable repos, add new pull requests, add new branches, and explore the repo all from inside Jira.