Importing issues from Jira

Exporting from MURAL

Attributes on sticky notes

Product managers, designers, and engineers use MURAL for better product planning and strategy. They leverage visual collaboration to plan, explore, understand, , and prioritize various product developments and activities resulting in new innovative products, faster decision making, and clear strategies.

*Specifications: MURAL for Jira Cloud is only available for our Business and Enterprise plans.

With the Jira Cloud integration you can spend more time building products customers love and less time on manual administration.

Easily transform the output of product planning and strategy in MURAL into epics, stories, and tasks in Jira without transcribing a single sticky note. Import issues from Jira for more productive sprint planning, backlog prioritization, and even stand ups that are visualized in MURAL. Everything from user story mapping to retrospectives are more productive and fun when you connect

MURAL and Jira Cloud.

With the Jira Cloud integration, you can:

  • Import issues from Jira into a mural as sticky notes.

  • Export sticky notes from a mural to create a new item in Jira.

  • See basic attributes from a Jira issues visualized on a sticky note.

If your MURAL account is not connected to your Jira account, you will be prompted to connect when importing or exporting. You can also connect the Jira integration from the integrations page in-app. Your Jira admin must install the MURAL app first by following these installation guidelines.

Importing issues from Jira

  1. Right-click on the mural and choose Import Jira Issues

  2. Filter the issues to import based on Project, Issue Type, and Priority. Alternatively, you can use JQL to perform more detailed and complex queries.

  3. Select individual or multiple issues to import.

Exporting from MURAL

  1. Right-click on the sticky note or multiple sticky notes and choose 'Send to Jira'

  2. You’ll be prompted to complete the required fields to create a new Jira Issue (based on the requirements set in the customer’s particular instance)

Attributes on sticky notes

When you import or export Jira issues, you will see the following attributes visualized on the sticky note:

  • Issue priority

  • Issue status

  • Issue ID (click here to open the issue in Jira)

If you're using Jira Server, you can learn more about our integration here.

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