GitKraken Git GUI makes it easy to integrate with Jira Cloud and Jira Server.
Connect Jira Integration
Set up the integration from the ISSUES pane in the left panel or from Preferences Integrations.
You will then be prompted by an Atlassian page to allow GitKraken Git GUI to connect to your Jira account. Hit Accept to proceed.
Alternatively, you may copy the token from the Success page and paste it into the Jira Cloud integration page inside GitKraken Git GUI.
Preview Jira Issues
Once connected, your Jira issues will start to appear in the left panel. The app will default to a My Issues filter which will show issues assigned to you.
Hover over any issue to get a preview of the issue Title, Description, Status, Assignee, and Reporter.
View Jira Issue Details
Click to select an issue to view the issue details.
Here you may view and edit:
- Title and Description
- Add comments
Any changes made here will be reflected in your Jira board.
Create New Jira Issue
From the left panel, click the icon to add a new Jira issue.
Your new issue will automatically sync with your Jira project.
You may create filters to view the issues you need. Atlassian uses JQL syntax for filters, and the integration will help you auto-complete your filter fields.
However for more details about how to write your JQL filters, please refer to the Get started with Advanced Search and JQL guide by Atlassian.
Create Branches from Issue
You may create a branches tied to an issue from the issue details view.
The branch name will automatically prefill based on the issue name. After the branch is created, these branches will be denoted with the Jira icon to reflect its link to a Jira issue.
From here, it should be possible to configure triggers on the Jira side for changes made to this branch.
Copy Issue link or View in Jira
Click the icon to copy the issue link or view the item directly in Jira.