Excel-like Tables for Jira
- Jira Service Management
Every issue has an Excel-like table. Making a spreadsheet and using a formula such as SUM, AVERAGE, and COUNT is easier than ever
Every Jira issue has an Excel-like table
Have you ever created Excel files and attached them to Jira issues? With this app, every Jira issue has an Excel-like table by default. You can create an Excel-like table, spreadsheet without using Excel at all.
Get power of Excel (Formula, Formatting) in Jira
Almost everything you can do with Excel is possible. Use formula such as SUM, AVERAGE, COUNT, IF, and VLOOKUP on the grid in Jira just like Excel. You can create a document with Excel-like formatting, too.
Import Excel files and show in Jira issues
Just import Excel files into the Excel-like tables and start collaborating with your people. The contents of the tables appear in the issue. You can save time to open the Excel files.
Use Excel-like tables in Jira issues and import your Excel files into the table. Most of the Excel features are available with this app.
Powerful Excel-like features available:
Integration with Jira
- Attach a pre-configured table when creating an issue for a project and an issue type
- Search the content of tables with JQL
- REST API (beta)
Jira field mapping features available bi-directional:
- Read - show Jira filed value in the table cell
- Write - write the value in the table cell to the Jira field
Here’s what you can do with the app:
- Create a project management scope
- Create a form and checklist
- Time tracking with the table
- And many more
Watch the roadmap and progresses here.
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Privacy and security
Excel-like Tables for Jira integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Administer the host application
- Administer Confluence spaces
- Administer Jira projects
- Delete data from the host application
Attach a pre-configured table when creating an issue