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Query and display data within JIRA issues

Query data from anywhere

Highly configurable display

Complete control over your data

nFeed adds custom fields to your JIRA which can be populated with any data source such as an external SQL database, REST web services, a remote file, LDAP or even JIRA’s own database.

Choose how your data will appear in JIRA so that it makes sense to your users. nFeed custom fields can be shown as autocomplete textbox, user or group pickers, cascading select lists or table selections.

Enjoy complete control on how external data is used. Depending on the context of your issue, you can easily set up dependency, rules, and conditional queries for all your nFeed fields.

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by Alexander Horn on 03 Jan 2014
Worst documentation I ever seen.
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Vendor response

Dear Alexander, we are deeply sorry about the current state of our documentation. We identified it already and are working on its improvement. Moreover, next release will integrate a wizard that will increase the quality of your user experience. Feel free to contact us and tell us what you would expect as well to improve that documentation at Thank you for your understanding, Best regards The plugin team
by Felix Malinis on 15 Jun 2012
We use this plugin for 2 purposes: 1) to populate drop down lists in one issue type with referenced data created in several other issue types & 2) to create an inter-dependency of 5 select lists (a type of cascading select list with 5 levels). We had a couple of issues with the plugin when we first acquired it, but Valiantys' support is beyond excellent. Now, the current release ( for Jira 4.4.4) is great. We were able to move out of ClearQuest (and its exorbitant licensing fees) and into Jira because of this plugin.
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by etodomaha on 07 Mar 2014
I have used this plug-in for some very simple processes. Normally, it performs as expected. However, it does not work well when referencing another custom field that has been created as a "Select List" custom field. The only way I was able to implement the nFeed functionality was to create a text field that takes on the value of the Select List field in a post script function. Then, the nFeed variable uses the value in the text field. It shouldn't have to be this difficult.
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Vendor response

Dear user, thank you for your comment. We plan to fix this for next release that will be available very soon. Don't hesitate to let us know and create tickets whenever you have issues on our Jira: Our support team will be there to help you. Have a very nice day Best regards Diep TRAN Software BU Manager
by Marko Radivojevic on 05 Feb 2014
Do you plan to support Jira 5 version with nfeed 5.2 ? Kind regards
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Dear Marko, thank you for your question. We do not plan to support nFeed new releases for JIRA's versions before 6.0. In case of any issue, or additionnal question, please write to, in case of technical issue/support, you can create a ticket under nFeed project here: Thank you again for your interest in our products, Kind regards
by Andrew Heald on 03 May 2013
We find nFeed very useful for populating drop downs with data that's managed elsewhere. It's handy that it deals with lists that constantly change, with both additions and subtractions. A good basic time saver that just works.
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More details

nFeed allows you to query external data and display the result in JIRA custom fields. Over 200 customers in over 40 countries trust nFeed. Here are some examples of how they use it:

  • Retrieve end-user data from an LDAP or CRM and display it directly on a support ticket.
  • Query a service catalogue or CMDB to view them within the JIRA interface.
  • Get versions of software components from an external source.
  • Pull articles from a knowledge base to create a dynamic FAQ in JIRA.


  • Query data from: SQL databases, LDAP, Remote files, REST Web services
  • Highly configurable custom fields displays
  • Auto-select values and auto-complete as you type
  • Define dependencies & rules with other JIRA custom fields
  • Easy to configure queries through the admin interface
  • Fully searchable custom fields

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What are legacy pricing tiers?

If you bought your Atlassian host application during or before February 2012, you qualify for legacy pricing tiers.

  • JIRA tiers are 10, 25, 50, and 100 users. The legacy unlimited tier was 100+ users.
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Release notes

version 6.0 - 6.2.3


  1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
  2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
  3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
  4. Locate nFeed via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
  5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for nFeed. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. nFeed begins to download.
  6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
  7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your JIRA instance.

To find older nFeed versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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