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JIRA JQL Generator Slack Bot

This app, named "Slack Mention Jira Query Generator", is designed to assist you in generating Jira Query Language (JQL) queries directly from Slack. When you mention the app in a Slack message, it will generate a JQL based on your message and ask if you want to run the query. If you agree, it will execute the query on Jira and return the results in the same Slack thread. The app is designed to handle multiple users at the same time and ensures that the correct JQL is associated with the user who requested it. It also formats the JQL results to share the links of the issues instead of the actual issue object, making it easier for you to navigate to the issues directly from Slack. To use this app, you will need to provide the following environment variables: - SLACK_BOT_TOKEN: You can get this by creating a new app in your Slack workspace, adding the bot scope, and installing the app in the workspace. - SLACK_APP_TOKEN: This can be generated by enabling Socket Mode for the app in the Slack API settings and generating an App-Level token. - JIRA_API_TOKEN and JIRA_EMAIL: These can be generated from your Jira account settings. - JIRA_SERVER_URL: This is the URL of your Jira server.


Weekly Jira Issue Count to Slack

This app fetches Jira issues that had status change in the last week, calculates the count of issues in different issue types, further breaks down each issue type by issue status, prepares a summary for it in form of a table using tabulate, posts the summary in a Slack channel, and schedules the app to run every time the server is started and then every week afterwards. The app requires the following environment variables to be set: - `JIRA_SERVER`: The URL of your Jira server. - `JIRA_USERNAME`: Your Jira username. - `JIRA_API_TOKEN`: Your Jira API token. - `JIRA_PROJECT_NAME`: The name of your Jira project. - `SLACK_TOKEN`: Your Slack token. - `CHANNEL_ID`: The ID of the Slack channel where the summary will be posted.


Jira Weekly Done Issues to Slack

This app provides a summary of completed Jira tasks posted to a specific Slack thread every week. It uses the Jira API to download closed tickets from the current week. The query filters for tickets with the status 'Done' and last updated this week. The ticket details, including the ticket URL, are posted to Slack in a single thread. The required environment variables are JIRA_DOMAIN, JIRA_EMAIL, JIRA_API_TOKEN, SLACK_TOKEN, and SLACK_CHANNEL.


Jira Task Name Formatter

This app takes a task description and formats it to follow a specific pattern for Jira task names. The user can enter task names that need to be converted.


Jira Weekly Summary

This app provides a weekly summary of completed Jira tasks. It requests the user's Jira domain, email, and API token, and uses the Jira API to download closed tickets from the past week. The query filters for tickets with the status 'Done' and last updated between the start and end of the current week.


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Jira is a popular project management tool developed by Atlassian. It is widely used by software development teams to plan, track, and manage their projects. Jira provides a wide range of features and functionalities that help teams collaborate effectively and streamline their workflows.

Some key features of Jira include:

  1. Issue tracking: Jira allows teams to create and track issues, tasks, bugs, and user stories throughout the project lifecycle. Each issue can be assigned to team members, prioritized, and tracked for progress.
  2. Agile project management: Jira supports agile methodologies like Scrum and Kanban, providing boards, backlogs, and sprints to help teams plan and manage their work. It allows for easy visualization of tasks, progress tracking, and collaboration within the team.
  3. Customizable workflows: Jira allows teams to define their own workflows to match their specific processes. Workflows can be customized to include different statuses, transitions, and conditions, ensuring that work progresses smoothly through different stages.
  4. Integration with other tools: Jira integrates with a wide range of development and collaboration tools, such as Confluence, Bitbucket, and Slack. This allows for seamless communication and information sharing between different tools used by the team.
  5. Reporting and analytics: Jira provides various reporting and analytics features to help teams gain insights into their project progress, team performance, and issue trends. It offers pre-built reports and customizable dashboards to visualize data and track key metrics.
  6. Extensibility: Jira can be extended with numerous plugins and add-ons from the Atlassian Marketplace. These extensions provide additional functionalities and integrations to tailor Jira to specific team needs.

Overall, Jira is a versatile and powerful project management tool that helps teams stay organized, collaborate effectively, and deliver projects on time.