Gtmhub provides both JIRA Cloud and JIRA Server apps for enhancing your JIRA experience by integrating OKRs tracking in your JIRA issues.
This article provides information on how to install the Gtmhub app for JIRA Cloud.
- tracking the progress of the linked Gtmhub Objectives in your JIRA issues (Stories, Bugs, Features, Epics etc.)
- tracking the JIRA issues updates (summary, description, status, assignees) and apply them to the linked Gtmhub Objective's task.
A task in Gtmhub is an artifact, which represents a unit of work that should be done in order to achieve a given Objective. Therefore we represent a JIRA issue as a Gtmhub task and provide two way synchronization of their states.
Universal Plugin Manager (UPM)
Once the add-on is installed you could click on either the Get started or Configure buttons. You need to specify your Gtmhub account details. You can easily retrieve them from your Gtmhub account. - Got to Setup > Configuration > Jira
The end result in your JIRA screen for configuring Gtmhub should be something like this:
To unlock addition functionality you can setup a Jira webhook, that will allow changes made in your Jira project to be automatically reflected in your Gtmhub account. The "Managing webhooks" article demonstrates how to create a webhook. Under the URL field you should paste the generated URL from the Gtmhub Jira configure dialog. It is important to check the Issue updated event under the Events section.
Open a Jira issue and link it to a Gtmhub objective by using the Gtmhub OKRs panel, installed in the Jira Cloud application UI for your issues.
Now you are able to follow the Gtmhub objective progress inside your Jira Cloud application and the issue progress inside Gtmhub account.