Quick Tables - Adding Tables to Jira Issues
- Jira Software
Custom tables in Jira Issues — Create templates for each project with custom columns
Custom tables for every case
Create marketing, financial, legal, and other issues for your team and receive data as a filled table with the appropriate elements (files, URL links, date or user picker, text, and numerical data or images).
Build your own spreadsheet library
Save your table templates into the library and use them for your issues in different projects and issue types. Add rows to the table inside the issue and extend the sample table as you need.
Send data from/to 3rd parties systems
Use Jira API to set up data send from filled table fields to other services and products (Google Sheets, Sharepoint Online List, etc.)
With Quick Tables, users can create a template for each project or use a few templates in one issue with custom data inside the cells. This allows for custom tables for every case, including marketing, financial, legal, and other issues, where teams can receive data as a filled table with the appropriate elements, such as files, URL links, date or user picker, text, numerical data, or images.
With Quick Tables you will:
- Create an Onboarding ToDo list for the new employees
- Send DoR and DoD to the Development team
- Get the marketing campaigns results
- Unify issue data
- Get a quick reply to the main question about life universe and everything
- Expand the collaboration across your teams and departments
- Unify collecting data
- Easy to configure the sample forms to fill
Integrations and export
- Sharepoint Online
- Google Sheets
- Export CSV data (coming soon)
- Export data as .xslx file (coming soon)
- Export data as .pdf file (coming soon)
Privacy and security
Quick Tables - Adding Tables to Jira Issues integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Delete fields.
- Take Jira administration actions (e.g. create projects and custom fields, view workflows, manage issue link types).
- Create and edit project settings and create new project-level objects (e.g. versions and components).
- View user information in Jira that the user has access to, including usernames, email addresses, and avatars.