Sympli Versions for Jira

by Sympli
for Jira Cloud
11 installs
  • Supported
Free app
Cloud

Keep design workflow transparent with Sympli Versions for Jira. Turn your Sketch commits into Jira tickets

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Submit changes to Jira

Comment on what did you change, click “publish” and send this info to the related Jira ticket.

Keep track of the history

Each commit to the same ticket adds on, has date and time of the changes so the history is visible and trackable.

Inspect changes up close

Click on the link added to the ticket to see the exact elements that were changed.

More details

Sympli Versions for Jira provides design teams working in Sketch with a way to attach the changes to the projects directly to the Jira tickets that they are related to. One-click action brings design changes history to Jira to track and share with teammates and stakeholders. The changes are then accessible in a “viewer mode” showing you exactly what has changed in the design.

Sympli Versions is a full-featured version control tool for designers.

  • Enable your team to contribute safely. Revert any changes any time and contribute with peace of mind.
  • Embrace the power of branching. Contribute to shared assets with peace of mind. Have your work-in-progress separated from the master copy and merge it in automatically when you're ready.
  • Keep design workflow transparent. Know Who, When, Where and Why. Keep track of changes, review your team’s progress, monitor your project’s pulse.

How to integrate Sympli with Jira

Privacy and security

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Security

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Integration Details

Sympli Versions for Jira integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • Write data to the host application
  • Read data from the host application