Using /jira commands
Use slash commands to interact with Jira issues
The available commands are listed below.
/jira help- Launch the Jira plugin command line help syntax
/jira info- Display information about the current user and the Jira plugin
/jira connect [jiraURL]- Connect your Mattermost account to your Jira account
/jira disconnect [jiraURL]- Disconnect your Mattermost account from your Jira account
/jira issue assign [issue-key] [assignee]- Change the assignee of a Jira issue
/jira issue create [text]- Create a new Issue with 'text' inserted into the description field
/jira issue transition [issue-key] [state]- Change the state of a Jira issue
/jira issue unassign [issue-key]- Unassign the Jira issue
/jira issue view [issue-key]- View the details of a specific Jira issue
/jira instance settings- View your user settings
/jira instance settings [setting] [value]- Update your user settings
Note: For the
/jira instance settingscommand, [setting] can be
notificationsand [value] can be
/jira disconnectcommands to manage the connection between your Mattermost account and Jira account.
/jira issue createcommand to create a Jira issue within Mattermost. A form will show that will allow you to fill out the issue. You can prepopulate the issue's summary using the command:
/jira issue create This is my issue's summary
Transition issues without the need to switch to your Jira project. To transition an issue, use the
/jira transition <issue-key> <state>command.
/jira transition EXT-20 donetransitions the issue key EXT-20 to Done.
- States and issue transitions are based on your Jira project workflow configuration. If an invalid state is entered, an ephemeral message is returned mentioning that the state couldn't be found.
- Partial matches work. For example, typing
/jira transition EXT-20 inwill transition to
In Progress. However, if there are states of
In Progress, the plugin bot will ask you to be more specific and display the partial matches.
Assign issues to other Jira users without the need to switch to your Jira project. To assign an issue, use the
/jira assigncommand. For instance,
/jira assign EXT-20 johntransitions the issue key EXT-20 to John.
- Partial Matches work with Usernames and Firstname/Lastname