Git and Jira are common applications IT companies use daily to run their projects. How often do you switch between them? Every half an hour? Mabe every couple of hours? Don't you think that such juggling slows you down and your work could be much more streamlined?
Today, when we observe a general tendency to platform integration, your work experience with essential tools can get really seamless. For instance, you can connect the code you have on GitHub to Jira where you have all your current projects. This will assure great project status visibility for the entire development team. Linking Jira with GitHub or GitLab (whatever repository you are using) will impact multiple aspects of your work, from planning to measuring and deployment. Git integration for Jira cloud will let employees:
- see their branches,
- commit messages,
- pull requests in the context of the Jira tickets they're working on,
- view references to Jira in Git issues.
All the above-mentioned benefits provide a better connection without the need to switch between Git codes and Jira issues all the time.