OrgJQL

for Jira Cloud
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The best way to select all users rolling up to any manager

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Select users rolling up to managers at any level

Jira’s focus is on products and projects; not so much on org managers. When management structure matters, you need OrgJQL.

- Essential for accurate manager reports

- A must for quarterly reviews

- Query with confidence

Customize JQL Functions directly in Jira!

- Every team has its own needs

- Some reports require custom logic

- Skip the overhead of a SW dev cycle

- Create custom, shared JQL functions directly within Jira without sending data to outside servers

Get running in 2 minutes!

Step 1: Copy user/manager data from a spreadsheet and paste it into OrgJQL

Step 2: You're done!

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A common question in medium and large orgs is "How can I get all the issues that roll up to a director?" You could create custom filters for each manager, but these are tedious to set up and hard to maintain. You could use external scripting to add labels, but this is expensive to run. You could try using Groups or Teams, but these don't capture org structure. Your best option is to use OrgJQL. Add your org data once and then instantly query at any level of management.

But there's more:

  • Customize JQL functions directly within Jira
  • Manage your OrgJQL expansions
  • Create queries for matrixed teams
  • Go deeper and fully customize JQL functions using the Forthic language

Based on Forthic usage data from LinkedIn, OrgJQL saves $550/yr for each program manager. For 100 program managers in a 5000 person org, the ROI for OrgJQL is 10X.

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OrgJQL integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • View user information in Jira that the user has access to, including usernames, email addresses, and avatars.
  • Read Jira project and issue data, search for issues, and objects associated with issues like attachments and worklogs.
  • Read and write to app storage service

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