Who Uses This Software?

JIRA is trusted by teams of all sizes looking to capture & organize issues, assign work & follow team activity. JIRA is great for agile project management, software development, and more!


Average Ratings

3705 Reviews

  • 4 / 5
    Overall

  • 4 / 5
    Ease of Use

  • 4 / 5
    Customer Service

Product Details

  • Starting Price
    $10.00/month
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  • Pricing Details
    User tier pricing from 10 / $10 - 2000 / $1000
  • Free Trial
  • Deployment
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Installed - Mac
    Installed - Windows
  • Training
    Documentation
    Webinars
    Live Online
  • Support
    Online
    24/7 (Live Rep)

Vendor Details

  • Atlassian
  • www.atlassian.com
  • Founded 2002
  • United States

About JIRA

Jira is the #1 software development tool used by agile teams. Millions choose Jira to plan and build great products. Jira helps teams deliver value to customers by releasing earlier, more often, and more iteratively. Teams use Jira to turn feedback into new features and higher customer satisfaction. With Jira, teams get visibility into long term goals, the status of work, and real-time release information. As teams adapt to market changes, Jira helps ensure processes evolve at the same speed.


JIRA Features

  • Access Control
  • Code Assistance
  • Collaboration
  • Debugging
  • Graphical User Interface
  • Mobile Development
  • Software Development
  • Testing Management
  • Version Control
  • Web Development
  • Backlog Management
  • Filtering
  • Issue Tracking
  • Release Management
  • Task Management
  • Ticket Management
  • Workflow Management
  • Billing & Invoicing
  • CRM
  • Employee Management
  • Financial Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Point of Sale (POS)
  • Purchasing
  • Time & Expense Tracking
  • Training Management
  • Vendor Management
  • Access Control
  • Billing & Provisioning
  • Capacity Analytics
  • Cost Management
  • Demand Monitoring
  • Multi-Cloud Management
  • Performance Analytics
  • SLA Management
  • Supply Monitoring
  • Workflow Approval
  • Audio / Video Conferencing
  • Brainstorming
  • Chat / Messaging
  • Contact Management
  • Content Management
  • Cooperative Writing
  • Discussion Boards
  • Document Management
  • Group Calendars
  • Project Management
  • Synchronous Editing
  • Task Management
  • Version Control
  • Approval Workflow
  • Dashboard
  • KPIs
  • Policy Management
  • Portfolio Management
  • Prioritization
  • Release Management
  • Timeline Management
  • Troubleshooting Reports
  • Assignment Management
  • Dashboard
  • Escalation Management
  • Issue Auditing
  • Knowledge Base
  • Recurring Issues
  • Scheduling
  • Task Management
  • Bug Tracking
  • Issue Management
  • Milestone Tracking
  • Percent-Complete Tracking
  • Portfolio Management
  • Prioritization
  • Product Roadmapping
  • Requirements Management
  • Resource Management
  • Status Tracking
  • Supports Agile
  • Supports Scrum
  • Task Management
  • Testing / QA Management
  • Time & Expense Tracking
  • Budgeting & Forecasting
  • Collaboration
  • Flowchart
  • Goal Setting / Tracking
  • Marketing Calendar
  • Media Planning
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Presentation Tools
  • Project Tracking
  • Spend Management
  • Benchmarking
  • Feedback Management
  • Goal Management
  • KPIs
  • Prioritization
  • Progress Tracking
  • Strategic Planning
  • Collaboration
  • Feedback Collection
  • Idea Management
  • Milestone Tracking
  • Prioritization
  • Product Roadmapping
  • Release Management
  • Requirements Management
  • Resource Management
  • Workflow Management
  • Collaboration
  • Content Import / Export
  • Diagramming
  • Drag & Drop
  • Feature Management
  • Milestone Tracking
  • Prioritization
  • Requirements Management
  • Workflow Management
  • Collaboration
  • Database Creation
  • Document Creation
  • File Sharing
  • Notes Management
  • Office Suite
  • Presentation Tools
  • Project Management
  • Task Management
  • Team Chat
  • Agile Methodologies
  • Budget Management
  • Client Portal
  • Cost-to-Completion Tracking
  • Customizable Templates
  • Gantt Charts
  • Idea Management
  • Kanban Board
  • Milestone Tracking
  • Resource Management
  • Time & Expense Tracking
  • Traditional Methodologies
  • Budget Management
  • Collaboration
  • Dashboard
  • Issue Management
  • Milestone Tracking
  • Portfolio Management
  • Project Planning
  • Requirements Management
  • Resource Management
  • Status Tracking
  • Task Management
  • Time & Expense Tracking
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Create Subtasks
  • Gamification
  • Gantt/Timeline View
  • Mobile Access
  • Percent-Complete Tracking
  • Recurring Task Management
  • Reporting/Analytics
  • Time Tracking
  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Business Process Automation
  • Calendar Management
  • Compliance Tracking
  • Document Management
  • Forms Management
  • Graphical Workflow Editor
  • Task Management
  • Workflow Configuration

JIRA Reviews Recently Reviewed!


JIRA usage for Agile projects

Oct 11, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: - Manage multiple projects under one project in JIRA and works well for a complete program

- Email notification when any changes made in JIRA makes collaboration efficient

- JIRA board (Scrum Board) in JIRA and defining specific project JQL to filter the issues in JIRA makes it more user friendly for scrum masters who are managing multiple scrum teams in a program

- Automated dashboard creation and ability to create different charts makes it very easy for showing management rpeorting on different scrum teams progress in a sprint

- Sprint and version reports (out of the box) which provides burn down charts and which issues are lying in one state for more than a specific period of time helps scrum team to move forward and resolves impending issues

- Ability to link issues for dependency and flexibility to define SDLC life cycle for an issue on a board makes it very handy on any type of project

Cons: - No single view is available to see clearly how dependencies are moving forward

- There are times when single issue has to be given to multiple people like in pair programming one way is to create sub task but that is not an approach that was liked by scrum teams

- There macros / gadgets that comes with the JIRA product are very minimum they should add more gadgest for reporting purpose.

- Yes, there are different third party gadgets but sometimes those are not JIRA / atlassian recognized and for enterprise application and corporates using JIRA does not go ahead to deploy those third part gadgets on the server model.

Overall: Currently, my organization is moving from waterfall model to Agile model (hybrid), JIRA has helped a lot to standardize the reporting of granular project details to be reported as a consolidated approach as to how the sprints within a project are moving forward.

JIRA has given the transparent view of how the projects/sprints for a product is moving forward and managing the interdependencies within a project.

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Business analyst - Awesome tool - Software administration

Oct 04, 2018
4/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: As a business analyst, I have been using Jira for last 3 years and I think it's the best software management tool around.

I have found it really helpful when it comes to providing upgrades to the projector to administer a project in development stages. It's all in one package.

It has the board where you can re-protize your user stories in backlog by shuffling through pick and drop feature for the development team through tasks as well as can prioritize issues reported by the customer. You can write the user stories and just need to manage on the board. You just need to monitor the board to track the progress of the critical item and estimate overall progress.

Workflow templates are available that can be selected to select the process a team wishes to follow or a path to take to address the release or apply patches on customer system. You can add the workflow by create one in the system and add the additional steps like unit testing, system testing etc as per the team.

Another helpful feature that I love about this tool is that I allows integration with multiple other tools that makes it even better. Overall I think it's a remarkable tool that is making the software handling experience easy and simple.

Cons: The only thing that I hate about this tool from atlastian is that it have a lot of the patches applied and part of constant changes. We need to scratch for sometime when configuration have to be modified or any existing thing changed.

It takes for a while to get your hand adjusted on the system but when are down it's always good experience using it

Overall: It's been a great experience using this tool for me

Jira is a project management software

Aug 02, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: Jira is a task administration programming that is very mainstream among numerous organizations. With an extremely high score of 9.4/10 and client fulfillment at 99% it is as of now one of the best 3 best task administration arrangements looked into on our site. The primary spot in this class is held by Wrike which has an aggregate score of 9.8/10 and is the champ of our Best Project Management Software Award for 2017. You can experiment with Wrike for nothing here. You can likewise contrast Jira and Wrike and see which one is better for your organization. Jira is intended to enable clients to catch, dole out, and set needs to their work. It enables you to deal with the entire procedure of use improvement ensuring that everything is secured, from idea to dispatch. Its straightforward, natural interface empowers joint effort with partners and enables you to take care of business in a viable way. Jira tailors itself to fit to the necessities of the business and gives fantastic help to finish everything. The level of customization enables the product to properly fit distinctive business needs. This product can be utilized by an organization. I have designed JIRA to be utilized by distributing organization, by law office, and obviously, IT organizations. What's more, it was conceivable to make everybody content with what JIRA gives. Despite the fact that occasionally it was difficult to encourage individuals how to utilize it, following multi month or two they couldn't recollect how they lived without it.

Cons: Jira is an amazing programming, however with a lot of capacities comes a large group of devices and assignments to learn, especially for new clients. As of late JIRA refreshed its outline. My clients whine about new outline, I get insane when I can't discover things. Furthermore, JIRA wouldn't like to stop at that and is refreshing its plan further and further. I would truly incline toward that they glance through bugs that were raised on comunity entryway and accomplish something in regards to new highlights as opposed to doing configuration refreshes. It is imperative to realize that Jira gives us awesome help to the client, and their consideration is a need, however ordinarily they don't figure the issue. It is a component to survey in Atlassian. - The prologue to Jira's reality is required to be as mysterious as its interface and execution. Actually it is intricate to fabricate channels and move around in the application when the client is new. - You need to run a right download of the reports toward the finish of the month or toward the finish of the week, the reports are conveyed in spreadsheets, however with an introduction that fails to impress anyone, thusly, when setting the dates they ought to have pretty much days so you can play out the download effectively.

Powerful tool once you know how to configure it

Jul 29, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: This software can be used by any type of company. I have configured JIRA to be used by publishing company, by law firm, and of course, IT companies. And it was possible to make everyone happy with what JIRA provides. Even though sometimes it was hard to teach people how to use it, after a month or two they could not remember how they lived without it.

Cons: Recently JIRA started to update its design. My users complain about new design, I get crazy when I can't find things. And JIRA doesn't want to stop at that and is updating its design further and further. I would really prefer that they look through bugs that were raised on comunity portal and do something regarding new features instead of doing design updates.

Overall: This software helps us to follow the process the team agreed to, and see the progress on issue and sprint level. We manage several projects there.

JIRA by itself is a perfect solution for IT teams when it comes to managing projects. Not only you can create issues there, but also you can build workflow this issue goes through. It is perfect to see the bottlenecks of your process. Scrum and Kanban are supported. In case you need some enhancements, there is an add-on market available, where you can find a big amount of third part addons available, either paid or free. Paid once have a trial period during which you can see if this is really what you need for your business.

Along with JIRA we use other Atlassian products, such as Service Desk and Confluence. Easy integration with these, makes our daily job much easier.

I advice my customers to use JIRA for their business. There are several types available: Cloud and Server. Each one have their own payments depending on the size of the users. However, in some cases price might become an obstackle.

In my opinion, this application can become really helpful if it gets into right hands.

Thoughts on JIRA from a non-programmer: Still easy to use

Jul 26, 2018
4/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

3 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

3 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: I am a technical writer who used JIRA as my first introduction into working in a close-knit, agile programming environment. I really appreciated the clean design, multiple ways to accomplish tasks, and logical visual representations of concepts. Is something assigned to you? It has your face on it. We had several development teams working in tandem and JIRA allowed for each team to structure their sprints according to their own preferences (some had more traditional set up and others used kanban). As time went on we were able to add more projects to JIRA, after transitioning off of ClearQuest for our baseline fixes, and while there is certainly a learning curve getting established programmers who have used one system of tracking for 10+ years converted to using JIRA, most everyone was able to transition and feel comfortable within a few weeks. Speaking as a non-programmer, I found JIRA to be incredibly useful and easy. Tracking writing and editing projects through development didn't require any specific setup or features and it was all around a great tool.

Cons: While it was great that every project could be tracked from our one JIRA site for my relatively small (30ish people) development team, any time fields needed to be added for one specific team to track something for stories or bugs, it was there for everyone. This led to having rather cluttered add screens that meant for a good deal of scrolling. I know some of this was surely user error, but having a bit more control would be nice. Also, the search function occasionally would just... not work. At all. As adorable as the sad faced little magnifying glass was when this happened, it would be very frustrating to lose functionality without warning. Being browser-based always makes for risk and some days would just be constant checking of if JIRA was up again so untracked progress didn't fall through the cracks.

Overall: Tracking, organization

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PM. Agile. Cloud. It works for me!

Jul 20, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: As a Project Manager, we have a lot of things to do and think about. Good thing I stumbled upon JIRA. It is a very powerful and collaborative PM tool which supported my PM role in an Agile context. (I was on a standard/waterfall project methodology for years... Agile is rather new to me)

It is highly configurable, meant to suit any niche, industry, or user scenario by combining the powers of Kanban and Scrum. You can set up just about any of your workflows, project states, fields, action/issue items, etc, via the default settings (that surprisingly some have worked out of the box), or by easy customization on demand.

Data analysis is easy as well. JIRA collects from all data points you set up into a single data hub that is extractable, searchable, and comprehensive (with all your historical data).

The core program and its APIs are pretty mature and with proper documentation. Our devs didn't really have a hard time since they were provided with a rich toolkit to begin with.

JIRA also comes with its mobile app so that you can manage your projects on-the-go. It is cloud-based via subscription which relieves the admins from the difficult part of infra and server setup. I have not experienced any downtime as of my 1 year use of this service.

Cons: It is cloud-based so you have to make sure you have enough bandwidth provisions to support this (rather challenging for bigger teams working on the same location at the same time). The usual loading times may take longer with poor connectivity.

A rather steep price for small businesses to use. Self-hosting JIRA will also make things more expensive (and risky) as the number of users grow.

Overall: A powerful, mature, and highly customizable Project Management software that works in any scenario. Best suited to match the dynamic nature of Agile projects.

Jira fosters team collaboration.

Jul 11, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: The configurable aspect of the software makes it attractive. I can easily add links to other stories and link to Epics or other stories. It has integrated with qTest and it is nice to see that there is a test script - the name and the status, such as did it pass or fail. I haven't used the bug reporting from qTest to Jira yet - but have been ensured that it is easy and powerful. The filtering functionality is helpful so I can see what I need to do immediately. The History is easy to follow and the ability to comment and @ other users is great functionality. The reporting functionality is outstanding. I also like the Issue Links section that puts all relevant associated documents, stories, etc. in one easy to identify section. The Releases section makes it easy to roll up releases, have tractability and document. The Backlog is easy to organize and move issues up and down based on priority.

Cons: The fact that sub-task identifier numbers have the same format as Stories and bugs makes it a little confusing for some team members when reporting what they have worked on. Team members tend to report that they completed XXXX-1111 which is actually a sub-task of a Story instead of the story number. This can be a little confusing. Currently we have it set up so that you can not attach word documents. This is limiting in some cases. For the team I am on now we are using a Kanban board and the board is just out of control there is so much going on that it hurts my head unless I completely filter it down to almost nothing.

Overall: Since we have integrated Jira and are using Confluence and qTest as well the software has made it easier to document and have all information relevant to requirements together in one place. It is easy to assign work and sub-task are set to auto generate so that saves time of creating each subtask manually. Stories can be moved between project and canceled easily. The Reporting capabilities are great for management. The backlog design makes it easy to prioritize issues. Linking to Epic's and all other Stories and bugs keeps all work being done on one specific piece of functionality together in one place so it is easy for everyone to have access to all important information.

The best way to synchronise requirements, roadmap, agile roadmap, scrum, reporting and much more in a single solution

Jul 10, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: I have been working in information technology field for more than twelve years. For a long period, I was a big fan of Bugzilla. However in my previous company, when we have migrated to Atlassian Jira, it was a very difference experience. When the entire organization moved more in to agile, the product also changed priorities around understanding customers' problems. The migration was tough as we were not in a position to ignore the requirements from our users. The import functionality helped us a lot and thanks to our engineering team to put huge effort in doing research on Jira. I love the way information is organized across, projects, boards with decent agile reporting capabilities. Being in product management, I have enjoyed the flow of user stories, backlog review, estimation, roadmap and Atlassian Jira's functionality to customize workflow. The transparency which Jira brings to the product management team is a big plus. What we are working on, what is going to come next and when, what is in the pipeline are a big relief to any customer facing product development organization. Another beauty is the categorization of user stories and epics, which helps the product owners to start filtration of issues at the entry level itself. The knowledge handover from product team to other teams collaborating for product success ( Eg:- CS, Marketing) became seamless with Jira. The dashboards are great for monitoring purpose. Finding Jira, an effective and comprehensive solution to ensure that every action in a user story is accounted and traceable across the product life cycle without loosing the goal of delivering iterative and incremental value to customers, as fast as possible.

Cons: I like learning new things. Jira require good learning and is not a very light tool. The user interface act a bit confusing sometime. Setup, project/workflow creation, user management etc. are tough tasks and require brains from Dev ops with good knowledge of agile practices.

I have used Jira both as part of a team of developers and also as a Project Manager managing a team.

Jun 14, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: Jira is a very powerful tool for managing teams of software developers working on one, or even multiple projects simultaneously. It is very robust and feature-rich, with features such as setting up/managing individual tasks, coordinating development efforts across tasks/developers to maximize team productivity, managing/tracking issues & bugs, gathering feedback from non-technical users via Jira user stories and managing project backlogs. There in also embedded support for Scrum & Kanban boards, although I haven't personally worked with those features. The custom workflows allow users to setup and manage their projects & teams according to the needs of their business and their preferred software development framework and management style. Jira is a very comprehensive, all-in-one tool for managing smaller teams of only a few people, all the way up to very large teams of 100+ stakeholders.

Cons: Given the robust features and functions that Jira supports, there's a lot of depth and breadth to the software, so it can be somewhat complex and confusing to newer users, especially those who haven't worked much with project management tools previously. For project managers who are leading multiple teams simultaneously, things can get a bit overwhelming because the email notifications and project alerts can quickly start to become excessive, and there's no way to consolidate notifications across projects/teams.

Overall: Jira helped us to more easily manage multiple teams of software developers and gather feedback from end users for several large applications that we were developing which were at various stages of completion and usability. We were able to use our available resources in a much more optimal and seamless manner, which helped us to complete projects and resolve issues more quickly, easily track the status of specific tasks across multiple projects/teams and monitor productivity at various levels. Ultimately, this allowed us to both reduce development costs and complete our projects more quickly which in-turn increased our business revenue.

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Its really a good tool for managing the internal approvals with ease. It is user friendly tool.

Jun 08, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

2 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: This tool works on a hosted model and can be accessed from anywhere in the world by using internet connection. The web version and even the mobile version (which i guess has been recently launched) is good and can be accessed through click of a button while it is assigned to you. It is has various options like assigning to different users, obtaining their comments, attaching supporting documents, printing the ticket, reports and dashboards which can be customised by the users, option to download, link the ticket with other tickets, etc., The tool has the option to create various workflows as per the requirements of the users. It has the option to alert the users with email alerts and also reminder mails. There is option to close the ticket, clone the ticket, revoke the ticket. The users can customize the reports and dashboards as per their requirement and download the ticket in various formats from the JIRA tool.

Cons: The reports and dashboards does not provide for reports in a graphical way. The tickets can not be simultaneously assigned two or more users. The tickets can only be closed by the creator which is a set back if the creator does not close the ticket once its gets over. The note which is created allows only text inputs. It does not allow for creation of table or column. Turn around time for closure (at each specific user level) of the ticket can not be generated from the reports automatically. This is a big drawback. Also, it takes so much time for loading the contents and if the internet is slow then it does not get loaded at all.

Overall: We are able to manage our internal approvals effectively. It is really helping to track the status and for expediting the approvals. It works even we are not connected to office network. You can simply connect if there is internet connection available. It helps us to complete cross border approvals easily and reduced manual work and hard copy print outs. It also reduces time for internal approvals and helps to manage even huge volume of internal approvals by the stakeholders. The resources need not run from one desk to the other desk.

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Good features let down by a difficult hard to use UX

May 24, 2018
3/5
Overall

2 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

2 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: We moved to JIRA from Visual Studio online because it supported Kanban better than Visual Studio Online at the time. On the plus side, it integrates brilliantly with Slack our team communication tool of choice.

You can tag stories, create reports and link to tasks easily and very efficiently with the tags displaying in Slack conversations as JIRA links. Working with Visual Studio Git we tag all of our stories with the JIRA story numbers and they link together very efficiently.

Confluence is included which is a Sharepoint equivalent. This allows you to create knowledge bases of information about your projects which you can use to document your product. You can easily embed reports into this using tags or the query tools.

There are a great set of features and this tool integrates well with other systems

Cons: The UX changes on a fairly frequent basis and from experience not in a good way. It is still quite difficult after a year of using it to remember where things are because the controls are not as intuitive as they should be.

There are a number of bugs with how the UI displays (particularly in swimlane kanban mode) and although it has fault reporting options, you don't feel that any changes you suggest or bugs you report are used.

Confluence often feels like a poor persons version of sharepoint (which is not a recommendation) as it feels clunky creating pages, sections or defining navigation.

The query tools are a bit like sql and partially fill in with suggestions but can be fiddly for the BA to create.

This is a tool I would really like to recommend given how trendy it is but sadly after a year using I can't because whilst it's features are excellent it lacks ease of use.

Overall: Integrates well with other tools including slack and visual studio online

More then you will ever need / Tool to handle thousands of problems one by one

May 21, 2018
3/5
Overall

2 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

2 / 5
Customer Support

3 / 5
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Pros: *Functionality The best feature of Jira is a huge number of integrations, massive amount of possibilities, statistics and tricks that you can you inside the platform. There is an integrated tracking, kanbans, lists, sorting direct contact with chat (stride) and feature to work with git right from every task or issue. * New UI Recently Jira got an update, a new chat (Stride, instead of Hipchat) and a new UI for the tasks. I can see that company goes in the right direction to adopt all of it's powers. *Customization Jira, being confusing at first hides a lot of it's features inside most of which you can change and adjust to your business needs. It is a great solution for a big corporation with dozens of departments, hundreds of employees and thousands of issues and tasks daily. However, in all other cases Jira can be a nightmare at this point.

Cons: *Slow Out off all CRM platforms and tools to handle tasks and issues Jira is the slowest by far. Is it initial problem or has it appeared after adopting so many technologies under one roof - I can't be sure. But one thing is clear - Jira is awfully slow. *To many features Yes, it is a disadvantage when it comes to Jira. When a new customer comes to Jira I believe, he is most definitely confused. Especially, if he/she tried ANYTHING else before. Of course, I see that company does a lot to make it easier and more comfortable, but as it is now, Jira is a terrible solution for fast adoption, scary for a small or middle sized team and most definitely not a great choice for personal use. Jira is Huge. If you are huge - great features, customizing, different apps and plugins will help you solve a lot with Jira. If you are just starting or don't have that many tasks and issues and people in your company - you should probable check other options.

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Control of hours management for services and projects

Jul 25, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Have an organization in the projects and services provided by the company to measure the profitability of them.

The reports modules to measure the speed of the work teams.

Have a detailed control by activity for the consumption of project hours

For cases of customer service, the power to share the information online and live consumption of hours and progress of the tickets generated to solve events.

The customization of fields to adapt them to the functionalities and requirements of the company.

The ease of creating reports based on the declared queries.

Make a general dashboard for the whole team and that the management line can edit, customize and share specific dashboards with different metrics.

The integration that you have with Project Server and Project Server Online of 365 facilitates the administration of projects and the record of hours per activity is reflected in both platforms by the time sheet

Cons: The addon to integrate project Server Online asks to deactivate the module of hours and in my current case is basically the corde of use. so we were willing to sacrifice integration hoping to have a response from the manufacturer that we can do to integrate Project Server Online.

If there are several admins and use different languages when one of them creates the types, subtypes or queries, the other user gets complicated when palicarlo because they are created in another language. example task - tarea

Overall: Have a better control of the hours of each project to measure profitability

Have a clear picture of the hours executed by the collaborators, facilitating decision making when mapping a person in other activities.

Facilitate the online client that can see the progress of their requests

The power of the reports is very good

It has an integration with Power BI that we have not exploited yet but it will be the next steps.

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Not so easy to use but it has all that my team needs to keep track of work in an agile team

Jul 10, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: That they are constantly improving and releasing new features that make my life easier as a QA working on an Agile team. My team relies on this software of keep track of what we are doing. It has lots of nice features that we use such as to link issues to one another, link tickets, put labels of versions to be released, link to pull requests on Git Hub and scale priority and story points.

My team also uses a lot the Stories, creating Tasks under them. It's also nice that I receive emails whenever I am watching a ticket in specific to keep track of it.

My entire company uses JIRA across different boards and when you want to contact a team in specific it's easy to just open a ticket or link it to another.

As a QA I also use the filters a lot to find issues that are assigned to me or have been reported by me.

My team also creates boards separating them by Sprints. Which is a very easy feature to use, it considers the back log and it's pretty simple to have a Planning or Retrospective section looking at it. We're happy with the features that JIRA offers.

Cons: The person that organizes the board and tickets need to know a lot about the software to be able not to let it look messy. It's easy to create unnecessary tickets and put them on different places and end up losing track of it. Also, it's not easy to configure the boards to fill in correctly the burn down or any kind of chart.

Overall: Keeping track of a Sprint, a project, a quarter or a year of work is easy. Working on an Agile team, JIRA makes my life better. It has all an Agile team needs to work together on the same or different features.

Powerful project management, SDLC and bug management software for agile teams

Aug 12, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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Pros: I've used JIRA a few times, along with Confluence when I was on contract with a few large enterprise digital teams. I found JIRA to be excellent as a tool to share files, track project conversation streams, and manage multiple versions of files through the project lifecycle. Though I only ever used JIRA from an end user perspective, I always heard great things about the customizability (it seems to be a word) of the app to different business processes. Digital teams, such as UX design, development and copywriting are an ideal use case for this app provided stories and projects are set up properly. It's a great way to give stakeholders and PMs and other managers visibility into how projects are trending against milestones.

Cons: There were a few outages when I used JIRA, but it was generally reliable. JIRA seems to be one of those business applications where you're only using a fraction of its capability. Administration access should really be restricted to a qualified few, as you don't want to have conflicting stories tracking the same project, telling different information. The success of a JIRA implementation/adoption really relies on the quality of the data users, PMs, and development managers put into it. I found that I was writing a lot of updates and @ing people all over the place on one contract, yet certain PMs were still asking me for updates. That was less a JIRA problem, and more a condition of the people I was working with though, so I won't name names. :) - Moral of the story, you get out of JIRA what your teams put in, like many enterprise apps.

In big development teams the custom workflow of JIRA allows you to build a solid agile process

Jun 12, 2018
5/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: JIRA gives you the essential tools to manage your development projects and comes into its own when you scale up managing larger teams and 100+ developers. User stories, epics, issue management, backlog management, task assignment, tracking charts for scrum, kanban boards etc give you the visibility you need when operating in an multi-team Agile development structure. The visibility of the state of your project(s) and workflow is the key benefit for using this software in an enterprise environment. Another key benefit is you can extend to use Atlassian's suite of products where there is great integration such as Service Desk, Confluence & Stride - although most of our teams eventually developed a preference for Slack.

Cons: JIRA can be a little complex at the outset to the uninitiated, some tasks require searching for in the menu system. Customization does have an overhead attached, for example adding attributes with logic etc. Email notifications can be overwhelming if you are attached to multiple teams, a digest option would probably be better than one email per update.

Overall: Scalability of our development teams was the biggest benefit, this product enabled us to grow and not lose productivity in the process. We were able to maintain good line of sight to what teams were producing and which ones were on track and which teams were off track. This invariably reduced the cost of our development, enabling us to grow faster and get product to market quicker in a highly competitive space.

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Great for large organizations, incredibly flexible, but not often difficult to use.

Jan 16, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Jira works incredibly well for large organizations, allowing each team to have their own workspace for projects, epics, user stories, and bug tracking.

It is incredibly flexible, allowing each team to customize the fields that appear on each issue. This lets the teams customize their workflows, and makes it possible to manage very diverse teams such as art, development, and marketing all within the same system.

It has very powerful integrations with tools like GitHub, ZenDesk, and Power BI, which helps automate issue tracking and provide organization-wide statistics and analysis.

Flat-fee pricing for small teams is very competitive for the amount of power it provides.

Cons: Way too much overhead to actually get started. Jira is so flexible that you have to invest a lot of time to get it working the way you want.

The layout of the interface isn't very intuitive and can take a lot of time to learn. They sacrifice usability for flexibility, which is a blessing and a curse.

This tool is far too complex for a small company or team, although it may be a good choice if the company is growing quickly or manages very diverse teams.

Overall: It helps my team and my company keep track of all the features and bugs we are working on, and is a powerful project planning and organizational tool. The integrations with GitHub, Zendesk, and Power BI are incredibly valuable, and help automate much of our issue management.

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It allows the organization of activities in a dynamic way, it also facilitates the estimation of time

Jun 13, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

3 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: The dynamic structure to organize the activities and the income of the estimation of the execution times of each task, since it facilitates the application of agile methodologies in software development projects.

Jira also allows the inclusion of those responsible for the development of each activity, in addition to notifying the person in charge of supervising it, facilitating an early detection of impediments and / or progress during the course of the tasks that are carried out.

Also, the integration of Git provides valuable help when verifying changes in the development of the source code. It also has the possibility of sharing information through files of different length (.txt, .pdf, word, .mp4, among others) in order to provide greater ease of understanding to the person responsible for carrying out the informed task.

In addition, this tool offers precise search filters, saving time in the handling of the interface to focus on what the user wants to obtain.

Cons: 1- The synchronization time of Git with Jira slows down with some internet connections, limiting the use of the benefits of this tool in some users.

2- The user has a lot of freedom to make changes in all the modules of the tasks. Although notification of the change should be a hierarchy of charges to perform them.

Overall: Greater organization in the planning of activities and approximation in the execution times of the development of each of them, together with the application of the agile methodologies implemented for the development of the project.

Best agile project management tool i have used so far

Jan 16, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: JIRA is popular issue tracking and project management tool developed by Atlassian. JIRA has all advanced features a agile project management tool provide like scrum tracking, Sprint burndown chart, Agile reports, velocity charts. JIRA supports estimation of tasks in points as well as hours and does also rack the actual time spent on task. We have customized JIRA based on our project workflow like a sequence PO Review, Start Progress, Unit Testing, Code review, QA Testing, Done. JIRA Supports estimation and lifecycle of sub-tasks also.

Cons: Although JIRA supports all advanced features of agile project development but still there are some area of improvement in it. User has to make 2-3 click to edit task details. It is bit hard to understand the features of JIRA for beginners and for administrators. It can be very complex to customize to the way you need it. I found JIRA bit hard when i wanted to move multiple tickets from current sprint to next sprint.

If you stuck somewhere defining the workflow scheme in JIRA you would have to contact your senior or search for help on internet.

Overall: We are using JIRA to manage our complex institution management system where we are following agile process. JIRA helps in managing and tracking task. If one has got good grasp of usinf this software It is a powerful tool. We use a feature Log Work of JIRA to lof our daily work on tasks and sub-tasks. JIRA is able to generate time sheets based on work logs. JIRA cab be customized based on one's particular need but It is bit harder to understand this feature. JIRA is not costly if the team size is less then or equal to 10.

Managing ticket in a software team is what it does best. Hard to picture using it for other purposes

Sep 12, 2017
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: A big advantage for me is that the software is centered and focused on teams that write software. This results in some nice features that you really appreciate when writing documentation and when you are quickly looking for information and old documentation yourself. Specifically, it supports markdown but at the same time it has a basic but useful interface for editing text so that no matter how different everybody structures their text, the end document has a minimum standard of formatting and readability. Everything is searchable and easy to index/link, features which I often use. The standard functions for 'Scrum' or similar programming styles/paradigms are all there (kanban view, ticket priority, roles, versioning, etc.). At least while we used it, the application was always reliable and quick. The ability to create your own workflow for tickets was also useful. Indeed JIRA helps to keep a standard of transparency and documentation. Of course this is not enough and depends on each team, but I think it is quite helpful in helping you get there. Support for markdown is key.

Cons: As mentioned above, I do not think that the program would coupe well for other type of ticket or content management that is not software, but I cannot really attest to that myself. The constant email notifications were bothersome, though you can change them on your settings. Even though everything is searchable, I found it sometimes difficult to navigate and find content. If the team is not disciplined with the ticket organisation, it can become somewhat unorganized. I did not set up JIRA, but I recall hearing that it was not an easy job. I was missing a mind-map view.

Overall: Easy way to manage software-tickets, to communicate about them with co-workers and to customize our own workflow. It takes a lot of the steps of managing a bug or a problem of your mind.

JIRA is the industry standard development management system, streamlining process in all projects.

Jun 14, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: The ticket management system is easy to use, intuitive, and logical. The Epic / Story / Ticket format allows for easy management of different tasks in projects, and allows project managers and developers to interface seamlessly and easily. JIRA has many pre-built templates for projects and includes functionality for building ticket templates of your own, further optimizing a time-consuming process. The editing and tagging of different tickets allows for incredible amounts of accountability when working, especially between different departments.

Cons: The JIRA interface can be bland, though it is functional. While JIRA does have many capabilities that go beyond basic ticket management, without a full hands-on tutorial it can be very difficult to find extra features and take advantage of them. While JIRA is versatile and can integrate with many platforms, there are some issues with those integrations and troubleshooting them can become quite cumbersome. Our business used Aha! and stopped with the project management program due to issues with our JIRA, as an example.

Overall: Streamlining the development process and saving serious time while working on complex projects involving many different departments and interests. JIRA is a one-stop tool for optimization of the development process and will immediately be felt across any business taking advantage of the platform.

Ultimate IT Project Management platform

Mar 16, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: JIRA is the ultimate IT project management platform . It's default setting should cater for 60% of all needs of a scrum/kanban team working on a small to mid size IT project. The other 40% can be configured, achieved by external plugins that are abundant in the JIRA marketplace or found in other tools from the atlassian stack (like Confluence).

I've used JIRA in projects with 4 people and 50 people. Would not use any other tool, can no longer imagine IT projects managed with Trello or other similiar tools.

Cons: JIRA has come a really long way in the last 4 years - stitching together multiple different tools creating a more unified all-in-one project management platform (including bitbucket, confluence, green-hoper, hipchat, etc.), incorporating multiple elements of scrum/kanban working style as a default.

It is still visible at times that the current shape of JIRA is a result of acquisitions of different platforms rather than outcome one development team - but its no longer that painful. This is most obvious when it comes to configuration - for example setting more advanced permissions can become shockingly difficult to do.

The learning curve is much steeper than for most of other tools, but this is compensated by IT-targeted functionalities and scalability.

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Heavy-duty workflow management, but unfriendly UI and complicated bug fixing

Jun 17, 2018
4/5
Overall

2 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

Pros: * Allows complex workflows, and good visualization of them.

* Third-party software plugins as well as Atlassian provided ones.

* Good detail in docs, with DB fixes possible instead of it being a mystery blackhole.

* Integration with other Atlassian products. Straightforward key management.

* High-volume (detailed) logging. Good separation of app config/data and app files.

* Runs on a standard Tomcat build. While you're required to use their included version, customizing it is done the usual Tomcat way, and allows for easy configuring Apache or caching front-ends.

Cons: * Big and complex. It has a heavy footprint and can be sluggish

* Heavy installers and overlap between products. Eg, the full install (tomcat and pieces) is bundled with every product, requiring some integration effort if you don't really want to run several tomcat instances (see "heavy footprint")

* Very poor error management. Doing migrations between servers or from cloud to hosted can result in mystery errors that the UI should be able to identify or repair, instead rough DB fixes are required.

* Eg, a plugin is somehow disabled by an error condition. Rather than offering a UI to re-enable it, or to clear the setting, or reinstall, instead you can't reinstall the plugin (error) and have to go find the DB entry where it's "off", and set it "on". That would be expected in a v1 product, but Jira is how many versions old now?

* And DB fixes require shutting down the service and then restarting it (a sluggish process).

Tasks and bugs are under control

May 24, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: After having an experience of working with this software, I can recommend it for every company or entrepreneur that has a desire to keep control under tasks execution and total process organization. And no matter where your working staff is situated, this program may connect people throughout the globe. For confirmation of my words, according to one ranking, Jira became the most popular issue management tool in 2017. In my mind, one of the best parts is the integration of the agile methodologies like Scrum. The best benefit of it is the usage of the graphical analysis with the process of the project(s). Issue tracking, graphical analysis, Scrum boards, project structuring, workload calculations, velocity calculations and more are on this platform and its documentation is clear and well organized. Overall, it is a really good choice for agile teams.

Cons: In my humble opinion, in order to have the real benefit of Jira, you must be under the leadership of a very good product owner, with an aim to use Jira as it is intended. When you don't use the software in a good way, you hardly would see the benefits and your developers won't understand how to be more productive and how to achieve goals. Also, in a phone version of this program, I noticed that some features were absent in comparison with browser variant.

Jira is a good project management tool,

Aug 01, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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4 / 5
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Pros: As a PMtool, there's certainly quite a few features I really like. The ability to have an in-house "wiki" of sort is pretty good. I was able to add reports and shortcuts as well to help my team catch new members up to speed. My team and I used several dedicated pages for base designs and monitoring some of our workflow. For some of my team's sprints, this was our primary monitoring tool as well. I also like using it for Kanban as well. I'm a particular fan of the boards, I think it's a great value-added feature.

There's also a complementary app for Jira so you can use it while afk, but I found myself not using it too much. Still a nice option to have.

Cons: It's not particularly intuitive. Jira setup was easy enough but I did have to dedicate some time off to read up on features and functionalities. There's a bit of cluttering on the UI as well, but it gets easier to figure out over time. It really depends on if the organizer lets it get too cluttered. Jira also experiences some slow downs with more users, I'm guessing this is due to being cloud and browser based.

Overall: My team and I got a powerful tool for project management. For our team's shift from waterfall to agile methodology, Jira quickly earned its place in our tool-set. User stories, tickets, boards, burndown charts, and others are great to have. It's easy to keep track of workflows and add a good amount of team integration. I think it can be a good standalone tool but it can really shine if well-managed and organized. Pairing this with other tools can be a great way to make Jira improve your agile process.

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Great for PM, not so good at user experience

Jun 04, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Used this tool on a daily basis while I was a PM at an agile software company. Favourite features were the boards and the knowledge base. It's easy to add and configure tasks, as well as moving them across lanes. Overall, the software has everything you need to move a project forward, especially with large teams.

Customer support was also friendly when we contacted them over a technical glitch that was interrupting a project. They're not the fastest but they're fast enough. Got the issue resolved.

Cons: As a PM of a very dynamic company, jumping from project to project was the daily standard. The biggest issue we had with this software was not being able to open multiple timers at the same time. We had to run one, stop it, log it, then open a new one, do the same and return to the first timer again. Rinse and repeat. We ended up replacing the time tracking with a whole different software and syncing it.

Also, customizing the boards and features is pretty finnicky. You'll find yourself going down a rabbit hole to find anything. The interface is always changing too so once you figure something out you'll just have to re-figure it out later.

Introducing a new team member to the software was always a long process. It can seem overwhelming to the inexperienced and has quite the learning curve.

Overall: Project organization.

Great application suite for project management in agile model

Aug 24, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Pros: Though we started using Jira for issue tracking in the agile project model, later on we found its versatile enough to track any issue/tasks.

Every aspect of JIRA system can be configured and customized as per the team requirements and planned tasks. Another good feature I liked about Jira is its extensible like most of modern day software through plugins and extensions to other business software.

From the usability perspective too, Jira is simple enough to get started without need for training. I still remember how easy and intuitive it was when we started using Jira few years back for bug tracking.

Cons: It's been convenient to use JIRA to track each task through the workflow, but same time it seems to be more heavy-weight than needed, with a difficult-to-use user interface.

JIRA is a nightmare for admin to configure and setup initially as I learned from system administrators and when it gets buggy its difficult to recover without loss of data.

Overall: To sum up, I feel Jira is all about agile and making workflow proper to work in big team with custom work schedule. Project Management, Bug Tracking, Scope Control, Risk Management, On Time delivery can be solved with JIRA which is real beneficial.

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the first time I used jira, it was great, I could use it easily

May 11, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: I was able to customize the planning in the way that is most comfortable for the team to work with.

It offers a global vision about the work of the team, whether the users are in the same location as if they work in a decentralized way in other delegations or perform teleworking.

Order incidents, user histories or tasks from your list by simply dragging and dropping them according to priority.

Choose the way to follow the status of the projects of your entire team, with a quick view, with customized panels or even with a predefined report. You will be able to know to which member of your team your work is accumulated, how many projects are still ongoing, which are completed, add an appointment to the calendar, etc.

Thanks to the workflow that define the processes, you will allow your team to keep track of the tasks, they can change the status of pending tasks by simply dragging and dropping the task in the corresponding column in the kanban panels.

Supervises all the details in an easy and fast way, thanks to all the information is in the same place and thus avoid sending emails or schedule unnecessary meetings. With notifications, the attention of a certain person may be required when necessary.

Cons: I did not receive notifications to the mail.

does not have Spanish language.

the interface could be a little more user friendly

Overall:

better task planning and better performance in software development

JIRA is a useful tool for keeping track of your team's pending tasks and works in progress.

Jun 21, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Creating tickets is easy and there are a lot of useful ways to view what needs to be done/what is currently in progress. Atlassian is constantly working on improving the user's experience and giving them more tools to increase JIRA's functionality. I particularly enjoy the ability to customize the user's dashboard with visual representations of the information as well as lists of the results from custom filters(set up by the user) that allow the user to see whatever subset of the tickets they want to.

Cons: While Atlassian constantly updating is a good thing, it is also the most annoying thing about JIRA. It seems like as soon as I figure out how to use the new UI for JIRA, it changes. I feel like I need to go looking for the functionality that I used in a previous version instead of it being readily apparent how to use it.

Overall: JIRA makes it very easy to track which tasks are in progress and what still needs to be done. It also makes task assignment a lot easier so all members of your team are on the same page. It also communication between team members more efficient in that the person who completes a ticket can comment on the ticket saying what was done or what questions they still have about the ticket.

Customizable for your most complex workflows, quick to use everyday

Feb 09, 2018
5/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: We develop software solutions for a highly regulated environment, and that means lots of bureaucracy before a feature gets evaluated, developed, tested, released. Jira helps us keeping track of the state of the tickets without having to rely on the versatility of spreadsheets (!).

There's also a lot of tools to track time or effort planned or spent, with plenty of fully configurable charts and their very own sql-like query language. If you like fiddling with this kind of things, you can get interesting information out of it, all for the benefit of the team.

Atlassian tools are well integrated and Confluence is a nice tool, too.

Cons: In our case of highly regulated environment, Jira doesn't seem to be compliant with some specific regulations and we can't use it directly as the main tracking tool.

Using the cloud solution, you'll often see changes that might surprise you and get in the way while working, and some times it gets pretty slow (that might be due to the oceanic distance from the servers).

At first impact, coming from a cork board and paper, we needed some time to get used to the small screen. The main issue was the lack of a whole picture of how the (scrum) sprint was going, and we've overcome this only when we took the time to explore the dashboarding features.

Best in class software

Feb 17, 2017
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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3 / 5
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Pros: I spend most of my working day in the agile boards! So easy to use and endlessly configurable. I can't fault it

Cons: 1) Off-the-shelf reporting is not very useful

2) Charging model can be a bit punishing when you're somewhere in between start-up and full enterprise size

Overall: I've been using JIRA for the best part of five years, and am yet to find anything that quite matches up for day-to-day product and sprint management.

The user interface is intuitive, the permissions structures (once you get your head around them!) are hugely powerful and the overall platform is so configurable that it can grow with your organisation. That said, it can be very easy to design yourself into a mess if you don't know what you're doing. Recent iterations have made this a lot better, and prevent such human error! GIT integration is pretty seamless, and the APIs are really easy to work with.

Downsides:

1) Charging structure: I've always found the licensing structure a bit eccentric; it can suddenly become a very expensive application when your organisation is growing.

2) The off-the-shelf reporting is not great. I've generally had to either take data dumps and edit in excel, or do clever things with the API to get what I need.

Recommendations to other buyers: Make sure you remember how you've configured your instance. I didn't write it down anywhere the first time and lost hours trying to remember the correct order to do everything in!

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If there's anything better than Jira, I want to know it!

Oct 01, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: - Maybe the best available solution to plan and track software development

- Hundreds if not thousands of built-in functions and integrations

- Comfortable to use once you learn its ways

- Boost team productivity

- When buying the hosted solution, you free yourself from having to maintain it

- Very good support

- Especially good when used in tandem with BitBucket

Cons: - It's almost impossible to create complex searches without learning its query language

- Built-in language used to create the post is far from perfect, actually is incredible painful to use. They really should consider switching to Markdown

- It is a heavyweight piece of software -- and you can see that by the amount of resources it consumes in your browser

- Sometimes the pop-up window when reading or editing a ticket doesn't have the same functionality than when you open a ticket for editing on its own tab

Overall: What can I say, I've been using Jira (and some of its siblings like BitBucket and Bamboo) for the last three years or so and despite sharp edges that still makes me mad from time to time, overall, it's a robust product and I can't think about any other solution that provides the level of productivity Jira does.

A powerful project management tool, however does require a bit of training

Jun 20, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: I have been using Jira within a web development organisation for nearly 2 years with great success. I've worked in other organizations who don't use Jira or other project management tools and it's rarely successful to take this route. Normally, a lack of such a tool results in poor performance, time management and increased team frustration. Jira is an incredibly powerful project management tool which offers significant levels of flexibility. Extensions such as GitHub provide additional management and structures, especially within software development studios where often stories are directly associated with a GitHub repository or branch. Jiras kanban boards are also beneficial, allowing team members to easily discover all tasks which are on the board and require actions.

Cons: Unfortunately, as a result of Jira being a powerful and flexible tool it can be incredibly difficult to train new employers to use. This is especially the case if the employee has no previous experience of project management tools or technology. Search for stories can also be incredibly frustrating. Often, if a story is not added directly to a board it seems to get lost "forever". Of course, with a little bit of effort you are able to relocate it, however it's rarely easy.

Feature overload, slow to respond to bug fix, and change requests

Aug 30, 2017
3/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

1 / 5
Customer Support

1 / 5
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Pros: This product is very customizable. We are able to run our dev team using the software. Allows cross team communication.

Cons: Way too customizable, there are often 2-3 ways to accomplish the same thing. This makes tracking down problems hard because you have to check multiple locations.

Admin capabilities are limited. Can't change users names, or emails. Atlassian says it is temporarily disabled, but this has been disabled for years.

Atlassian is very slow to respond to customer change requests and bug fix requests. Some very important and highly voted on change requests have been sitting for 10+ years, with little to no response from Atlassian, often they just close the issue and say "sorry, not going to do this".

Their cloud offering does not offer the ability to customize email notifications. Their entire notification scheme is a mess, you either get too many emails, or none at all, no customization at all at the user level. There is an issue about this that has been open since 2003, and still no action from Atlassian.

Plugins fill in some gaps, but are very expensive and can be more expensive than the core product.

Overall: Managing dev issues

Takes time to learn how to use but useful for Agile work flows

May 10, 2018
3/5
Overall

2 / 5
Ease of Use

3 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
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Pros: Well organised flows in the tool for full sprints and for a single task/bug/epic.

Useful for team collaboration, especially if team is distributed in different geographic areas.

Allows attaching images that have been coppied (for example in a screenshot) by using "paste" function - very useful!

Cons: The UI is cluttered and difficult to master. At times it can be very confusing.

Search is difficult - as it is never clear where exactly the search is conducted (in the project? in ALL projects?). Filters are hard to apply, and different filters are missing.

Minor issues can be a real nuisance and slow down the work - for example links will open in the same window, overriding the task you have just been looking at.

There is no autosave - so you may find yourself writing for a while and for some reason a refresh will delete all your work.

Overall: Jira allows our team to collaborate worldwide and communicate in one place. Everything is documented in the tool so it is easy to go back to check our work and do a retrospective.

It helps organising our Agile flows and our day to day tasks.

Although it takes time to learn how to use this tool - it is useful for teams who want to work Agile.

Great issue tracking software for software teams

Mar 30, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: JIRA allows easy tracking of issues, making it ideal for use by teams everywhere. It is adaptable as well - I have a client who uses it for keeping track of writing assignments. All details regarding the issue are kept on a single page, which is extremely helpful if you are assigned to the issue. What's more, you can set it to send notifications in case there are updates to the issue page. Chances of you missing updates are, therefore, practically nil. You can also set the issues page to follow your own custom workflow. The GUI is so easy-to-use that I don't even have to read the manual/documentation to know how the update an issues page the first time I used the software.

Cons: I'm hard-pressed naming a con for this software - there's practically none. I've used other issue tracking softwares, but this is practically the best among the lot.

Overall: JIRA streamlined our issue tracking processes. When before issues were tracked using Excel files, JIRA allowed us to shift from this manual process to a fully-automated one without any hitch. This is indispensable for teams keeping track of issues regarding almost anything, not only software.

Best Project Management Tool at affordable price

Aug 22, 2018
4/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: Essentially used to track the application development process, assign tasks and set priorities. We love the ease with which our functional team is able to use Jira without having to train them. We went agile last year and Jira was an obvious choice.

We love the real-time, visual data reports that JIRA provides. This is especially beneficial while communicating with the client the progress and timelines.

This has been a great value for money product. But if you are hosting it on-premise. It is free for up to 10 users and minimal annual charges for more users.

Cons: I love the product that it's hard to really say what i don't like about the product. We had some hard time while setting up JIRA initially due to some web server issues. We had a little hard time digging into documentations or community forums.

Overall: We are working on migrating a legacy peoplesoft ERP to a more sophisticated ERP for a huge client in education sector. With a team size of around 200 people, lots of project development activities go in parallel. JIRA has been an absolutely great product for us to track the entire development process, assign tasks and manage issues/defects.

Its very good tool for Management, testing, development activities.

Oct 25, 2017
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: The below are the BEST things which i found in JIRA.

1.Confluence 2. JIRA 3. BitBucket



1.how easy it is to set up different kinds of tickets from bugs to entire epics.

2.Its very easy to create sub-tasks from main task and linking to another issue is pretty good.

3. I'm glad that they're taking the initiative to make the product better

3.Confluence is really easy to use. You can build pages with widgets even if you don't know how to code anything.

4. Lately the company has been pushing out more frequent updates which is a good change from only a few months ago.

5.Their user interface is simple to use, and you can create an entire website (for internal use) of organized pages.

6.Confluence also integrates with Jira, so if you use Jira, you can pull in elements that are important to specific projects and see their status.

Cons: 1.Because there's so much functionality, Jira needs help documents for user.

2.Many teams only need task management, not an entire fully integrated platform.

Overall: 1.Easy tracking and submitting the issues

2.Maintenance

3.Worth every penny

Good for issue tracking and planning

Jul 14, 2018
4/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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Pros: Jira is a great tool to be able to manage user stories, to track bugs and defects. The various various that you are able to organize your team depending on if it's a scrum team or a Kanban team is great. JIRA has good inbuilt features to support Agile development methodology and the workflow can be defined to match the needs of your team and organization effectively. The ability to configure dashboards, swim-lanes and ability to track the team's progress are some other good features in JIRA.

Cons: The inability to combine and batch updates effectively are some things that I think JIRA could improve on. Also, although some features have keyboard shortcuts, increase the range of shortcuts for common tasks would definitely be beneficial. Also, workflow need to be followed even if it means redundant updates as there is no way to update the status of ticket to a desired status directly. The interface also seems heavy and updates are not very responsive very often.

Overall: Good tracking, traceability and effective organization and management of the team adopting various types of software development methodology.

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One of the best project management software that I had woked with, very extensible and easy to use.

May 28, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: The User Interface is really clear, has a Dashboard that can be customizable to adapt at your own needs, reports and results are easy to look and understand. Agile teams can take a lot of advantage of this tool, workflows can be created to match the actual process of the team.

Each tickets are created with an identifier (customizable prefix) and it's capable to store other data related like: title, attachements, images, gif (this will be played), points, espected time, time spent, links to other tickets, etc.

Besides, has a marketplace where you can find a lot of helpful plugins and has a wide suite of other sofware to combine according to each needs:

Confluence (Documentation)

Stash (Git Repository)

Bamboo (Continous Integration System)

Saves a lot of time and post-it's .

Cons: For some startuppers could not be suitable due to its cost, this is an product that gives advanced features for project management.

Overall: Makes agile practice more agile.

The whole team knows the status of each task and progress in just one-click.

Overall progress is known at 24/7 to the clients.

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Jira for your development needs

Oct 09, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: I liked Jira's ease of use in regards to testing. I am able to navigate easily throughout jira in order to look at project progress, testing progress, as well as user stories for ongoing project. It is probably the best project tracking software on the market. For Agile development it's probably the best software money can buy, so teams can easily track the project progress, and is accessible by all team members. I also use this for bug tracking, and test case creation and execution, and I find that I am able to link all aspects of my testing progress to all associted user stories, test cases, and bugs.

Cons: If you are coming off of another software, it might take a bit of time to wrap your head around off of the functions, and reports that are available in Jira. Jira is feature rich, and does take some time to get use to, and use it to it's full abilities, just like any other softwared.

Overall: My overall experience has been great. I would recommend Jira to any development shop. It is probably not for your small startup shop, but for any medium to large agile setup, it's the perfect solution.

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Easy to Use and Drives Actions

Aug 09, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: We used this as a collaborative tool between two internal departments to track progress, assign and prioritize tasks requiring different departments' team members. When we introduced it, it streamlined a lot of things. Instead of excessive email chains spent looping in different people and not a real good way of tracking all of our projects, who was doing them, how far along they were, JIRA helped to make all of that easier. I could create a ticket and assign it to the developer's manager, and he would assign a develop how he saw fit in terms of efficiency, expertise, among other things. JIRA is really rather simple to use, no fluff, and that's a great thing. It's a no-nonsense software that helps things get done.

Cons: The UI could be prettier, but again it was designed as a no-nonsense program. There are a couple navigation things that bothered me, but once I learned the system (very quickly) those issues went away.

Overall: Excellent. Really allowed me to keep track of what was going on w/ my projects and requests for fixes/new software implementations from the development team.

Good experience with software development teams

Jun 10, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

3 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money

Pros: This tool is really good when you need to gather different teams together that are working in the development of a tool.

In my experience, working for a multinational company based in the US West coast and having a developer team in India plus multiple teams inside the company scattered also in Europe and Asia, having a common place so that we can all collaborate through different time zones to make things possible in order for the development to keep advancing is vital.

I really like the way you can categorise tasks so that you can clearly see what's its status at a glance which allows you to have the full picture real quick and then assessing what's coming next in the overall plan.

Another great feature is that it also serves as a ticketing tool that integrates with the whole development scheme. From there you can create tickets with requests or bugs that can then be resolved or developed accordingly.

Cons: Although very powerful, the platform might be a bit tricky at first when you don't know exactly how to work with it.

For smaller companies, the cost of the tool can be a bit high and might not be worth spending that much as they might not profit all of the features at the end.

Jira is very big package comes with too many features - just overwhelmed

Apr 05, 2018
3/5
Overall

1 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Got too many features, specifically the user permission management got many options

Very popular among developer community and people even use "create jira" instead of create issue. feature wise got everything including its agile scrum board

Cons: Jira is extremely fragile when it comes to its integration with its other sibbling products such as bamboo, bitbucket, confluence etc - more frequently when the server crashes i had to do lot of troubleshooting to fix the integeration back up and running, i would say jira is too fragmented and wants to market as more than one product for its own good than customers ease of use bitbucket cloud has all the features from issue tracking to permissions etc all in one package but when it comes to jira server its simply fragmented and complicated to manage

Jira is good at capturing details but fails miserably when it comes to reporting - too complicated to visualize the project progress

Overall: Issue tracking is great and useful but the UI/UX experience can be improved, administrator setup work can be reduced by improving the settings and integration

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The most sober-minded and reliable project management software on the market for agile equipment.

Jul 13, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: I have tried different project management software, and I can affirm that "Jira" is the most complete and formal software I have worked with. It has a sober and intuitive interface, similar to other project management software. However, at the beginning I needed some training for its use. What makes it attractive are the following features:

1. You can work Agile and Scrum with Kanban or Scrum boards.

2. It is oriented to incidents. So it has a very powerful engine for its creation and management.

3. Planning of agile roadmaps. I think this is what fascinates me most about this tool. Portfolio for Jira helps you create a plan, get an overall perspective, track progress and share your plan with stakeholders. That saves many inconveniences, since you can visualize if something is not working out as planned and in this way apply other strategies.

4. Finally, this software is scalable. Have the project management designed for teams of any size or condition, allowing you to add or change fields.

Cons: There is nothing bad I can say about the operation or performance of the software, since both the company that did it, as well as other companies that have developed plugins keep it updated and functional. The only disadvantage is that in fact the license is not cheap, and if you want to add add-on you have to pay for each of them. Therefore, this tool is intended to be used by large companies.

Overall: With the use of this tool, I was able to consolidate my practices and methods in project management. In the organization for which I worked, the implementation of this software was able to correct many mistakes in the planning and execution of a development project, with decentralized and geographically distant work teams.

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JIRA a great bug tracker

Aug 16, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: We use to have the software installed in our company as a change management and collaborative tool, it comes with the great features like the confluence work as a document repository, activity tracked to manage and collaborate work with other team members. Apart from that JIRA has a great way of designing workflows to resolve bugs, way to issue management and triage them. Moreover, it can be integrated with the code repository like Bitbucket to show code changes and comes integrated with Bamboo to show build activity. It works on JQL a powerful query building language using in order to search various activities happening throughout the issue database. It has added feature call Greenhopper which is an addon that makes it possible to follow work to implement on Agile methods, there are several addons that facilitate QA task as well, JIRA market place has hundreds of Addon that you can use for various tasks.

Cons: Its cost incrementally increases when the number of users increased

JIRA is the go to application for development, devops, and for some ops

May 07, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
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Pros: It is purpose built for managing software development. For that it it very well suited from stories to bug fixes in the life cycle. In devops, there are great integrations and strong capabilities for stand-up, deployment, upgrades, and changes in operations tied to triggerable events from JIRA. In an ops environment JIRA is a workable tool, but is not ideal. That said it may be worth compromising to have a single tool across the entire organization.

Cons: While JIRA is the go to tool for dev and devops, it is weak in an operations environment. Time tracking and assignment of tasks are highly manual. Queue view are customizeable, but difficult to manage at scale. Analytics are very very poor. I tried exporting data for analytics on DOMO. While I could get that to work, the process remained highly manual and therefore not a workable dashboard environment. JIRA tools, widgets, and dashboards are reasonably customizable, but again not purpose built for ops. For example, time tracking is not start/stop/context driven.

Better than using emails/spreadsheets

Jun 10, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

3 / 5
Features & Functionality

Pros: It has lots of useful features like listing dependent issues, tagging other people, generating all sorts of reports like fix rates, open issues, closed issues, etc. Generally it has been good to use and improves project tracking. It integrates fairly well with other atlassian products as expected.

Cons: We use Jira mostly to track development, and there is one area here where Jira falls short; tracking timelines.

A few instances where we seem to have problems:

1. If you have multiple issues that all depend on eachother and you want to easily find the longest poll

2. Organize one person's work queue and see when they are expected to finish one task or multiple. Right now you would manually have to update individual end dates per issue and keep track of the time dependencies in your head. I am thinking of something like estimating number of days needed for a project and you assign multiple projects to a person and Jira could just arrange them in a series (this may not be 100% correct, but better estimate than nothing).

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The most complete tool you will ever need

Oct 10, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: It allows you to create projects, account for billable and non-billable hours, see who did what and when. Jira allows project managers to create projects, their backlogs, and Kanban boards. You can move tasks through all phases of a project, from Backlog to Done, set as Ongoing, duplicate them, attach files to them.

You can see tasks in retrospective to check how the work was actually performed and find deviations, among other features.

Cons: As with any tool that is useful and complete, it is complex. It takes time and dedication to learn all that has to be learned about Jira. I do project management of a limited complexity and have had to do the full walk around of the tool to be able to feel comfortable using it. I have been using it for over 6 months now and I feel fully confident that I can find everything I need to find.

One thing that could definitely be improved is that task cards do not allow to create checklists, which I find to be very useful. On the other hand, each card has a content field that allows you to create lists (numbered or bulleted), as you would do in Word. This is my workaround solution to checklists.

Overall: I'm creating projects, measuring performance, tracking billable hours, closely following project execution, and controlling deviations from the planned project.

Mostly, I'm able to track my hours and the hours of my team.

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A smooth user experience within the Atlassian stable

Nov 13, 2017
4/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Tight intergration with other Atlassian products like Bitbucket and Confluence.

Smooth interface and ease of use -

- Drag and drop stories/subtasks in Active Sprint and backlog means easy organisation of your workflow

- Creation of stories/tasks is very easy - there is autocomplete in drop downs etc, that allow you to link to other users/tasks/stories/confluence documents/other story boards and epics.

- Ability to tag stories for ease of search

- Abilty to track hours worked per story

Plenty of workflow related charts (Burndown, etc)

Almost unlimited customization.

Cons: - The unlimited customization is also almost a weakness. Story/Task creation dialogs can become over crowded so the administrator needs to be judicious about the customized design.

- The reports seem a little rudimentary at times, however this may be due to a lack of user diligence in keeping their stories up to date.

Overall: Having previously used a combination of Rally and Trelloboard, I think JIRA is better solution as it offers a better and more user friendly interface. The tight integration with Bitbucket and Confluence as well as other enterprise tools like Slack is also a bonus. Definitely and efficiency gain for our team.

An excellent traffic management tool

Mar 26, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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Comments: I would recommend JIRA to any company looking for an affordable ticketing software. The rewards you reap from this system, far outweigh any minor niggles that crop up.

Pros: JIRA allows for a continued, engaged flow of communication between colleagues and clients. As a traffic manager and digital producer, it allows me to know the capacity of my team at a glance and assign tasks to the right person the first time. From a project perspective, it acts as a one stop shop for all documentation and tasks and allows my team to communicate effortlessly with our clients. The permission levels among users means tickets can be passed around and worked on without clients being bothered with endless notifications regarding the workflow. JIRA allows you to view details at both a granular and more general level as well as acts as an archive for all work undertaken by particular users or within particular projects and sprints.

Cons: It does take a while to master the creation of filters, projects and workflows and the default settings are not fit for everyone but the great thing is your JIRA admin user can amend all details to match exactly what your company needs from the tool.

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JIRA allows myself and my team members to all be on the same page when it comes to work projects

Jun 12, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

3 / 5
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Pros: Within the JIRA system, my team and I are able to accurately and systematically track our inter and intra team projects. Outside teams are able to easily request comprehensive asks for my team and are also able to keep track of our progress. Within our team, we are able to have a central hub to communicate on specific projects and assign granular tasks to the right people. We are also able to gather more overarching data, for example what sort of projects we spend the most time on over the week, month, and year. This is invaluable information when it comes to making big picture decisions.

Cons: The learning curve and complexity for creating a system in which the entire team and outside players thrive is a bit steep at first. The scheer amount of customization the system has can be daunting for new users. There are some standard "templates" you can utilize when setting up the workflow process but every company and team will have unique flows that they must adapt the system to. Some integrations are also limited in terms of what you can do and how many systems you can connect to.

Overall: It's a great tool to keep your team organized and quantify your work.

Robust & fairly flexible tool, with extensive functionality, a huge user community, and decent customer support

Mar 08, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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Comments: I can't speak to the 'value' factor, as I don't deal with the pricing/licensing aspect, but is a very powerful tool that manages to maintain a high degree of usability .

Pros: This tool is extremely capable, with a great deal of configurability and extensibility. Its widespread acceptance as tool-of-choice for issue-tracking means they do a lot of things right, and there's a vast number of users and administrators that actively participate in their forums and problem-reporting system. It's documentation, of both the product's GUI and its API's, is well above average.

Cons: Despite the impressive support for field customization and powerful search & filtering features, there are still some glaring limitations, such as the JQL 'cascadeOption' method's lack of support for wildcarding (or an 'any' keyword, even though it HAS a 'none' feature). Ongoing evolution of some interfaces or API's can present somewhat of a 'moving target', but they can't be accused of 'resting on their laurels' or letting the product get 'stale'.

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Tons of features, but not well organized

Aug 27, 2018
3/5
Overall

2 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
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Pros: JIRA provides a powerful way to organize your project either in a SCRUM or Kanban style project. It allows you to create custom workflows (swim lanes) as your stories/tasks are worked on which is valuable if your team does things in a non-standard manner. Most items can be easily modified through inline editing, and the reports and status board provide a good way to get a feel for where you're going and where you've been.

Cons: While there is a lot of data within JIRA to manage your project, it is poorly managed in a lot of pages. For example, you must assign a story to a sprint in order to be able to assign points to it. This prevents you from doing some early pointing of stories before they go into a sprint. Likewise, certain fields are only available in certain views, which makes it a hassle to manage on a day to day basis. While I can appreciate the diversity of options JIRA provides, a more streamlined flow to the system may make it easier and more productive to work with as a whole.

Overall: I use JIRA on a daily basis on a large scale project that consists of 4 teams. We rely upon the SCRUM tools to manage our workflow and plan for future releases.

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Among the top 5 best project management tools for Software Development

Oct 09, 2018
4/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: This is a pretty interesting and simple to use software platform by developers, testers & managers in the software industry.

It is mainly adopted by teams following the agile methodology.

The overall usability and user experience are unbelievable and the smoothness through which we can switch between different sections of the platform makes it a very usable product.

It helps to create Scrum and Kanban projects as well as create and manage tasks, user stories, etc. by these teams.

Developers can easily use GIT or TFS to check-in or commit data on the respective servers whereas testers can file relevant bugs or issues encountered for the relevant tasks under a User story.

Overall, this is a great project management tool to use.

Cons: As compared to other platforms like Microsoft Azure DevOps (formerly Visual Studio Team Services), this tool doesn't provide much more features and support for functionalities.

Anyone would prefer to use Azure DevOps as it is a complete DevOps solution as well as a Project management tool with decent pricing for corporates and also free pricing for a team of 5.

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JIRA is an amazing tool in a very useful suite of project management software.

Oct 13, 2017
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money

Pros: JIRA is a great way to track items that need to be done or defects that need to be fixed across a business. If you take the time to customize the interface, add fields, workflows, etc. that match your business model, JIRA can make your organization so much more transparent and efficient. Combined with it's siblings Confluence, BitBucket, et. al. you have an amazing suite of productivity tools. Each individual may feel that they are doing a little more than they used to when adding information into these tools, but the time saved in meetings, querying peers for information & not having the full picture will soon become apparent. To get the most of JIRA, be prepared to customize and train. Without those two pieces, you may end up with users who don't see or feel the benefit.

Cons: The least appealing thing about JIRA and the other tools in the Atlassian suite is the fact that you must buy plug-ins to get a lot of functionality that should have been built in. Atlassian is proud of their App ecosystem, but, from an end user perspective, it can just feel like it is a place grabbing your money.

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One of the best project management tool

Sep 05, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Jira is the perfect tool to manage projects regardless of the how big or small the project is. I really like the way how each project can be assigned to different people, have SLA's assigned to them and see a live dashboard of how long each project has taken.

Cons: From my experience, unless you have full integration you are not fully able replace your email system. Whilst it is good to manage projects, send emails internally, it does have a major flaw when you try to replace your email client with Jira - Dont get me wrong, using it as your email client does work and the automated replies does add value but when you get attachments sent back that is when it struggles.

Overall: Overall, I am pleased to work JIRA it allows me to set a project, see who is on it and how long it has taken for the project to be completed. How many projects all of my staff are working on and the dashboard allows me to pinpoint peaks and issues with certain projects. However, you still have to rely on your email client to send attachments and long formatted emails.

Using JIRA with Corporate Learning and Development

Aug 08, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
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Pros: Ability to collaborate easily with SCRUM teams; everyone has access in real time to the most up to date information for each JIRA story; ability to mock ups and to add comments @ team members who are notified immediately and vice versa when they respond. It allows us to accurately track to our L&D deliverables related to the SCRUM's JIRA stories, as they may change over the course of a sprint.

Cons: Sometimes you have to download a mock up instead of it opening directly in Windows viewer, not a big deal but just an extra step; JIRA is a much more technical application, it definitely requires a learning curve to use it, it's not a super simple interface.

Overall: As the L&D lead for my assigned SCRUM team, and never having used JIRA before the last year, overall I find that it's a great product to collaborate and communicate with the technical SCRUM teams and it allows me to stay in contact with them on questions or concerns where everyone on the team is notified and can see, rather than emailing or messaging one or a few people where the information may get lost or not available to others who would benefit from knowing that information. I'm glad I've learned how to, and had the opportunity to, use JIRA over the last 12 months!

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Useful tool for agile development

Apr 29, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money

Pros: The tool works great to keep track of an ongoing software development job. Multiple users can get involved within the platform and have different subtasks assigned to them.

Having the possibility to create workflows keep things simple and easy to see what's the current status of the whole task at a glance.

The platform allows for customisation as well, this comes really handy as no project is identical and you may need to add some automations to the process to meet your specific needs.

Thanks to their recent Boards implementation, you can see the next tasks that need to be worked on and as well as what's already been done and what's in progress.

Cons: The platform might be a bit overwhelming when you start working with it for the first time. It's hard to know all the possible functionalities until you have worked with it for a while.

Although it's possible to customise, some parts can get a bit tricky to perform if you don't have the knowledge. On the other side, you can also reach out to them if you need help.

In terms of pricing, it can get a bit expensive if you need a lot of users.

Best issue tracking software hands down

Jan 22, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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Pros: As a software professional, I depend on Jira to keep all the issues organized. I am currently on contract with a fortune 100 company and we use jira. Jira allows you to not only track issues, but organize by epic, link to bitbucket/stash pull requests. This means that when a developer commits a fix to a issue or story, everyone in the project can track exactly the status. Example: open, in progress, dev complete, in QA, etc. It supports agile development with sprints, story points, etc. Further, if you have other Atlassian products, it can seamlessly link.

Cons: The one thing about jira: It's not just a software package...its a mindset. At first, I had a real hard time with the concept of epics as I came from "bugzilla". But, once I mastered the concepts, it was a breeze to track and resolve issues.

Overall: Transparency. Full tracking abilities, from notes on the issue to pull request/commits. QA results. Many people can work on the same issue.

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Top quality service for project management

May 17, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

3 / 5
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Pros: This application is excellent for project management and has good features, but its strength lies in the management of incidents and is where most benefits for work teams, has a good engine for its creation and management, covering many tools that help to specify, control and solve all the incidents that arise during software development, but this does not mean that it also has an acceptable behavior with agile and scrum methods, so that you can do a good job with quality management .

Cons: Its cost can be big if you need several users, it depends a lot on the amount of people you have in the company and who will use the product.

To turn it into a complete tool for project management, you must work with other software that enhances its operation.

Overall: Improve much in the organization and control of incidents that occur during the development of sodtware, having a repository where I can observe the status of each, giving quick and concrete solution to each error or problem.

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A great amount of customisation

Sep 28, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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Pros: What is the best functionality in JIRA is the way we can customize the tool. With all the features possible, we literally made it our own. From the issue types to the workflows and the boards.

It is very flexible when it comes to more complex project management needs. For now, JIRA has filled up our needs for our development team.

Cons: The learning curve is quite hard and the investment required to set it up is heavy.

Once this step is done, you can enjoy all the functionalities. But putting it up in place and make your team learn it was very difficult. It took me over 6 months to really master this tool, mostly because of all the possibilities the customization offered me.

Planification on the long term is also something that I found hard to implement in JIRA. I've kept my backlog and long term projects planif in a google sheet.

Overall: Overall, JIRA is helping our development team keeping track of the work in progress and the next sprints. By making possible to plug third-parties into JIRA, we've been able to follow our workflow very well.

But we never applied JIRA to other departments in the company, mostly of the complexity that this tool represents.

Overall very useful, but difficult user experience wastes quite a bit of time

May 21, 2018
3/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Allows our company to stay organized in terms of feature requests and bugs. Overall, good communication tool allowing you to ping different people and see updates through email, and overall a good productivity tool. Also, a pretty decent mobile app that reflects similar to the web version.

Cons: Search is terrible. Because people can word requests differently, we end up with multiple requests or bugs that are the same thing. For some reason, minor wording differences will not bring up the applicable requests. Often I need to remember the company name that requested it to find it because I can't find my own request. Also, there are strange UX designs, for instance, you can't just mark a ticket or improvement as "complete" or "done" easily, depending on what it is, you can only change the status to certain things. Everyone is confused and we end up with tickets that will not close.

Overall: Tracking requests and improvements to our product works well.

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My favorite project management software

Aug 01, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: Jira is an extremely easy to use and efficient method to manage projects and teams. If configured correctly, the power this tool offers in terms of collaboration and visibility into detailed tasks is perfect. Whether you are using a sprint-based system, kanban, or some other method of project management, Jira has a great interface that makes sense to contributors and managers. The collaboration notifications and integration with other products such as Confluence and Git make it a central repository for knowledge - past and present. I cringe when I am told I need to use anything other than Jira for project management. Additionally, the API for Jira is very solid.

Cons: Linking stories/tasks is sometimes not intuitive in terms of how you do it and which link type to use. Reporting is somewhat basic, but you can leverage the API to download raw data and create your own reports.

Overall: Clarity and direction.

Around 1 year of intensively use of JIRA + plugins (BigPicture) as supporting tool for projects/Ops

May 04, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money

Pros: 1. Wide coverage of functions from portfolio supporting processes , through projects and programs until operations processes.

2. The plugins Atlassian marketplace is really a font of trust and richness of alternatives for every kind of needs.

3. Friendly user interface and agility oriented design.

Cons: 1. In spite of the effort to replicate standards and best practices from other products (e.g. Gant chart in Big Picture) there is a notorious difference in the real practice between the web (SaaS) user interface making it slow and un practical sometimes. There are other web interface products with better functionality performance in the we inteface layer.

2. A lack of easy upgrading/migration process when including DB change. Actually we are in the third attemp to upgrade Jira + FishEye + Crucible version to a higher one because issues found by our Jira admin in every try. I experienced an excellent support as final muser but maybe the support for Admins does not get the same level. A strong program for certification on use, setup and admin JIRA products must be disseminated in effective way.

3. The communication and functionality could be leveraged with a social media style look and feel, specially with Mobile apps for JIRA

i found JIRA very useful while working in my software testing and reporting the bus using JIRA.

Nov 22, 2017
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: Well organised and plenty of option while in writing for JIRA or reporting any bug. easy to understand and plenty of templates to write the description. Speed, reliability and customisation ability.More than just a bug and incident management tool which provides more benefits in one place. Very customizable dashboard, filters and queries

Cons: Very few cons. I was very happy with the product and used it for 8 plus year , Really the only dislike is that it offers so many tools & capabilities, you can keep uncovering more efficient ways to use the service and platform which can be a little disruptive.

little bit expensive for small team (11~20) the email notifications isn't customizable ,sadly no mobile client yet. Because there's so much functionality, Jira can be overwhelming. Many teams only need task management, not an entire fully integrated platform. Because of this, Jira also runs a bit slow sometimes.

The best tool I know for managing agile work

Mar 08, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: What first strikes you about JIRA is its complexity, but that's treacherous. For one, other products in this space have dreadful usability. And JIRA is really pretty simple, if you think about it. Everything is an "issue", i.e. an entry in a database table -- or a row in an Excel table, if you're more familiar with that. Everything else, and there is a lot to this product, derives from those database fields (i.e. table cells). Statuses and workflows are just values underlying a couple of -- highly configurable -- restrictions. Boards are just a filtered view on the whole data. Your users don't need complexity? Then adjust your filters, and they'll be happy.

Cons: Why is it that an agile tool even in version 7.7 does not know about agile teams? That's so basic, it should have been in version 1! Now I have to fidget with (expensive) add-ons or (annoying) custom fields instead.

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We absolutely love JIRA. It's so powerful.

Apr 20, 2018
5/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: We're a marketing team but use scrum development rules applied to marketing and JIRA has been an amazing, customizable tool for that. Automating workflows has been really powerful. Tracking points has made us far more efficient than we otherwise would be. It's greatest strength translates into it's greatest weakness. When you pack so much power and methodology into one tool it becomes a much more niche product built for specific people and can seem difficult to use. But, that's what we love about it. One you learn it, it changes the game.

Cons: In order to use JIRA you need someone or multiple people that really understand agile development and scrum to make it work. Otherwise, you won't be able to leverage it's power.

Overall: If you have an agile team (developers, marketers or anything) this tool is second to none. Getting an entire company working with an agile mindset and using this one tool will yield unheard of results.

Super customizable, hard to understand configuration model

Nov 07, 2016
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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Pros: Many add-ons, customization options, large industry adoption (user community)

Cons: Hard to troubleshoot performance issues, hard to understand configuration model

Overall: I have been using and administering on-premise installation of JIRA for several years. The large selection of add-ons (3rd party as well as Atlassian provided) is a definite plus. Understanding the configuration model, workflows, how the configuration is tied together takes a lot of time though. I have also struggled with sorting out performance issues with JIRA - the official documentation does not provide much guidance and you have to do your own research. Upgrading JIRA also takes some practice as there are some non-trivial steps along the way (this is in stark contrast with other Atlassian applications like Crucible where the upgrade is relatively easy. JIRA is still far the best issue tracking system that I have ever used. I wish though that we opted for the hosted version to avoid the cost and pain of maintaining an in-house installation. Note, however, that not every Atlassian product has a hosted option (e.g. Crucible).

Recommendations to other buyers: Consider the hosted option first

Very Useful Tool for Managing Development Projects

Mar 05, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money

Pros: Makes it quick and simple to keep track of all project tasks throughout the project lifecycle, refine requirements and assign team members. Accommodates agile development and makes our processes more efficient by grouping issues into sprints. Great communication tools with pinging to ensure that all team members are kept updated and can answer questions in a timely manner.

Cons: Universal/general settings are not intuitive and are quite complex to set up. Going back and revising them is not easy either. Managing multiple projects can sometimes cause a cluttered interface that requires filtering to get to what you need to view. Ease of user use is often times tied to the initial or universal set up, so if users do not know what they are doing it can be a problem. Mobile interface is limited and does not allow access to all features, which can make it difficult to manage on the go.

We are following agile and for agile Jira is really good option.

May 12, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: We are working on very large software product and following agile methodology. Jira provide us lots of feature which are very use full in agile. We can create and manage diff projects, user stories into jira. creating team wise sprint into jira. We can easily distribute task across the team member.

We can create customize dashboard to manage our daily task related activities.Scrum will be manage easily using jira. Project and task tracking is really easy.We can assign different roles and rights to users.So as per my opinion if you follow agile then jira is good option for you.

Cons: Modification into the large project is fewer costly in terms of efforts into jira. There should be be some easy modification available into software.After modification there should be chance to generate data inconsistency into jira and to manage this there is need of fewer more work effort.

Overall: We were managing our agile process easily using Jira. There are lots of option to create different type of dashboard which help us to manage project and track daily task of different team members.

Primary software for tracking issues and tasks.

Jun 16, 2018
4/5
Overall

2 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
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Pros: The best thing about Jira is the flexibility to create custom boards and views that suite each team that has to interact with a ticket-tracking process. My team was able to make a view that is custom to the flow that we wanted to move through project tasks, and Jira made it pretty easy to accomplish. My team has a focused way of addressing and moving through tickets without muddying the waters of other teams that need insight to what we are working on.

Cons: Jiras flexibility is also one of its downfalls. The options for managers to organize and create tasks can come at a cost, which is making a complicated process for the other team members to follow. Jira seems like it has made its own paradigm for usability and interaction protocol. For example, after moving a ticket from one board to another, the only way to find it without having to go to search is to click a tiny link within a toast that disappears within a few seconds. With complex projects with larger teams, it can be overwhelming to keep track of items - we cane easily lose tickets that are not kept a close eye on.

Overall: Extremely powerful software that can scale from small projects with a few people to very large (milti-)projects with seemingly unlimited people.

One-stop solution for project management and a good competitor to VSTS

Sep 09, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: JIRA is a simple yet great tool for project management, tracking and monitoring.

I have used Visual Studio Team Services and preferred it more over JIRA, however the simplicity in the UI and the great User Experience takes JIRA to the next level.

It is really simple to create a project using Agile methodologies using either a Scrum or Kanban projects.

It combines the teams Engineering, QA and Product Managers to be more focused by working on this same tool and stay in track of the product or project's overall progress.

It is simple to check in code using version controls like GIT and TFS and then have daily tasks assigned under NRT or CRTs (Epics or User Stories) which can be tracked by all.

Commenting and providing comments is also pretty simple.

It helps to maintain exact estimates based on the tasks allocated and serves the purpose of multiple other softwares like Trello, TFS, MS Project, etc.

Cons: VSTS provides large number of features and functionalities as compared to JIRA.

Also a lot of integrations are possible with VSTS, making it the most preferred tool for project management.

JIRA is also costly and doesn't offer free trial for a longer duration, which restricts its capabilities to other users as some users would be restrictive in paying instantly for a product they hardly used.

Project management wise it is still in the top 5 list.

JIRA is online planning and collaboration tool for maintaining my project tasks on a daily basis.

May 31, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money

Pros: Creation of tasks and boards is pretty easy

Integration with other tools were awesome

for any story i can maintain all the history in the form of comments..

if any one does any updations it will maintain activity , so we know who all touched my story/tasks

handover of stories and tasks will become pretty cool as we have all the info inplace.

I like the search option in JIRA, simple text search will be done on all the boards which i am using from years.

report generation is also pretty cool, i can write simple query and get all the info i need.

Alos this reports can be generates in various forms like XL , PDF , ....

Cons: Not many cons on JIRA

There are too many features which are available not known to me in the staring times.

For first time users if you can display all the available features in simple slide form or video form it will be great.

I have been using JIRA everyday since one and half year now and I like it a lot.

Jul 27, 2018
4/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: JIRA is great for issue tracking and maintaining the issue. there user interface is pretty easy to use and the way its been integrated with some of the other tools like bitbucket and bamboo. It helps a lot for IT industry as its very useful for software development process

Cons: The thing I don't like about JIRA is the process and speed of the updating the comment. somtime it takes way longer than the usual. Also, its also important to have a cache saving as it happened with me so many times that if I am commenting something and accidentally, I go back to last page my comment will not stay there. my suggestion is the comment still has to be there in case we missed the hit button.

Overall: Well, the main benefit for this software is you can track the issue so easily. the way It has its user interface. and functionality to highlight the other issue link so that you can click it easily and open it directly. It's advanced search functionality is awesome as you can filter the issues very easily and get the result what you want. You can integrate JIRA with other tools like Slack, bitbucket,bamboo and etc. which makes your daily workflow so easy.

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With jira I was able to manage the tasks of my projects and evaluate the performance of the team

Mar 28, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

3 / 5
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Pros: Allows you to apply the Scrum process.

Project timing management.

Fluid communication with the team

Know the problems that arise in the project.

Manage the time worked by team members

Create Work Epicas and Sprints.

Add plugins that allow to perform QA tests, Control Version, Project times reports, etc.

You can customify developing plugins that can be added to Jira

Cons: The reports provided by the base application are not very useful, you must add plugins (buy them) to give more versatility.

Charging an amount per user can be very expensive for startUps

It can be a bit difficult to manage for users with less knowledge of project management

Overall: Jira has allowed me to continuously monitor my software projects, controlling the incidents that affect the delivery cycles of software products. In addition to allowing me a communication with the members of the team that allows us to coordinate the actions to develop in an agile way the software

Once you get their licensing model, you see the value

Sep 22, 2015
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

2 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money

Comments: We had several tool for manage projects over the years, and took time to learn that Jira would cover most of our needs for project communication, time tracking, issue tracking, among other things. This is a powerful product that will allow you to scale, and is very flexible. There are a number of add-ons and other applications (such as Bamboo, Jira Agile, Service Desk that you can buy and extend your service, of course depending on your needs. We use Jira for Agile and Confluence to manage our Agile projects, the integration between those 2 components is great and besides the company apps you can go to the app market to find new ones. I must say that the product exceeded our expectations, their customer support is a bit weak, or at least my experience wasn't that good. But overall, it worth the money.

Pros: It can be an issue tracker, a classic project management and an agile tool among other things. Also, the licensing model is per use and bands, you start with 10 users at 10 USD/month, and if you pass the 10 users will automatically switch to the 15 users at 50 USD and so on, but if you use less than 10 again it charges you 10 USD/month again. Their customization of issues workflows is great. For Kanban there is a catch: you can add all the columns you want, but you need to configure those in the issue worflow if you want to use them :)

Cons: The configuration of the whole system takes some time to do it. Of course if you want to implement the different processes, such as your development process, the issues statuses, etc. Their customer support is a bit weak, like mostly every huge company.

Simple. Effective. Easy.

Nov 14, 2017
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money

Pros: All the features give us amazing flexibility to get super detailed or keep tasks generic. View only my issues button is great. I like the subtasks within tasks. I wish there was an easier way to view the details of a subtask without completely changing pages.

Cons: The mobile app UX is terrible. Example: On the business project boards it took me a hot minute to figure out how to switch from 'Cancelled' to 'Rejected' to 'Open' etc. It is NOT apparent at all how to switch between these sections.

On the main dashboard I think it'd be a way better use of space to show projects or boards that you recently worked on. Right now half my screen is taken up with a small introductions box.

also, am I blind or just really dumb? WHERE DO YOU LOG IN? There is no login button from this page or any other page for that matter. https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira

Might be useful. I recently cleared my browsing history and it actually took me an extremely long time to find out where to go to get back to my jira dashboard. This needs to be fixed.

A rich full-featured software development and task tracking software built for software development.

Feb 07, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

3 / 5
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Pros: - If you have the development skills for Jira, you can create workflows specifically for your organizational processes

- An organization should consider dedicating a full-time employee to development if Jira is leveraged heavily for custom workflows. It's a powerful tool, but requires resources to leverage fully.

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Cons: - Jira was designed to perform some workflows we have created with in it. Namely, an intake form and approval system for a rudimentary change management system. Though we successful in our change management workflow, certain issues we faced were fundamental design blockers with the way fields, approvals, and changes to tickets are created and managed. Again, not a con for Jira.

- Workflows and development can become very complex, and requires a strong understanding of development/coding skillsets. This is not a lightweight solution, in my opinion.

Industry-leading project management tool, but not perfect

Aug 18, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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Pros: Ease of use of collaboration based on the ticketing system. The tool allows me to assign tags and labels to tickets and group them into projects that keep work organized. I really haven't seen a comparable tool out there that does this as well as JIRA.

Cons: The recent UI update eliminated labels on the left menu bar and it takes me longer to try to decipher what each icon does, because it's not expanded by default on the desktop viewport. Also, when I have e-mail notifications turned on, I get an e-mail when every step in the project flow moves forward, even when it is 5 in a row. Similar or very-close-together updates should be grouped together in a single e-mail, in my opinion, rather than flooding my inbox.

Overall: Overall my life is so much easier with JIRA! This would be a perfect tool to me if they made 1) e-mail notifications more customizable, and 2) the UI preferences customizable and sticky for the user.

Exquisite Task Management Tool

Sep 03, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: Jira's greatest asset is transparency. Everything is visible, you can check it at any moment (depending on the level of access) and rearrange tasks according to the priorities. Another benefit of using Jira is in diverse structuring of the tasks. It is really good for composing project roadmap and managing content plans. You can do one big megatask and break it down to a constellation of the smaller ones and easily manage them through multiple sprints without getting way over head. Simple scale of priorities and estimated of time are very useful when you need to compose a balanced schedule and avoid downtime as much as possible. History and Search features are well-organised - you never try hard to find something.

Cons: It is a little hard to come through for newbies but once they adapt to the environment - it is not a big deal. Kanban boards often go haywire due to overcrowding of tasks and limited prioritizing features. But it is more of a management issue than technical.

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Best Project management tool around

Feb 07, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: I love the flexibility in configuring different workflows in one project. I also love the issue collector which we are using for production users to report issue's. These users do not have to be licensed in JIRA. We created a desktop ICON that they use. The story then is submitted to our backlog for review. This is the greatest tool and has been working so well that the business unit has asked for a new workflow and ICON to report other type of issue's.

Cons: There are not a lot of Con's but sometimes it is hard to find what needs to happen first when setting up a new project with new issue types, fields, workflows etc.

There is a lot of documentation but nothing to show the flow and order to do things in. I am still struggling with understanding the permissions for global and project.

Overall: better ways to manage a project and also personal tasks that need to be accomplished

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Excellent tool for SaaS product management

Oct 04, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: JIRA is top notch in facilitating project workflow within an organization. The UX is very customer friendly and focused on keeping it easy to navigate between teams. This software integrates seamlessly to Zendesk which we utilize for all support tickets. You can drag and drop attachments to the ticket within JIRA. The UI of JIRA looks pretty similar to that of Zendesk so for us that is a plus.

Cons: Sometimes it is hard to get a hold of someone in support with JIRA. I am not sure if this is an Atlassian problem, but sometimes it can be difficult. There is also a help section which is a bit confusing because it takes you to all of the Atlassian products.

Overall: JIRA has been a fantastic tool for us to utilize and organize our priorities within the development cycle. We can also split into different teams and see where everyone is at and make projections of different sprints based on the current workflow.

Great for Big Teams

Aug 22, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

3 / 5
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Pros: Been using this software for around 4-5 months now. One of the pros is how easy it is to locate your card by filtering through all the projects your company or team are working on. This way, you can be sure it is for the correct project and colleagues and project managers can very easily keep track of where everyone is at with their assigned tasks.

This is especially great for really big teams. If you have 10-20 people working on a myriad of different projects, you need a way to easily keep up with everyone's work if you need to jump on and lend a hand.

Tracking other's progress through their comments on the cards are also a major plus.

Cons: There is somewhat of a learning curve. If you are joining with a big team, learning how their workflows are set up and how the cards need to move along might be a bit daunting at first.

Awesome tool for Managing multiple projects

May 11, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: 1. Different boards (Scrum, Kanban etc)

2. Features of running multiple sprints in the same project.

3. Custome rule creation (Fileds, Group, Notification Group, Roles etc)

4. Excellent insights on the release level

5. Rich availability of components

6. Tracking facility

7. Log Generation

8. Version Controlling

9. Creating custom dashboard is also a nice feature which always helps me to generate and track record for a project and team.

10. So much integration available which is really awesome.

11. Having a different level of verification(Reviewer, Reporter, Watcher etc) is really nice.

12. Having a rich filter where we can search by using available field and also by entering some in-built query.

13 Having all possible tagging facility.

Many More......

Cons: 1. 2 FA is a bit confusing and looks a little complex. Can be organized in a better way.

2. Got a feedback from finance dept nice to have billing facility in a different currency(Only supports USD and AUD

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Sep 07, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
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Pros: 1. Really good software with ability to build complex custom workflows

2. Good integrations.

3. Open source

5. Marketplace for plugins and tools

Cons: 1. Customer support Really needs to up thier game.

We have had multiple incidents where even though you pay for the support the support is really slow and not extensive.

2. The architecture of the software itself has very basic design flaws.

3. There are tons of basic feature requests in the community that voted up multiple times but atlassian never takes it up.

4. The overall strategy is to try to push you to thier data center or cloud versions than helping the server hosted one's.

5. Needs dedicated resources.

6. Needs inbuild integrations with CRM tools ( not charged extra)

Overall: Overall experinece has been good. I am also a consultant for atlassian products implementation and Maintainance for various organization. From my experinece this product has huge potential but really needs to mature their processes and strategy. Oh! Before i forget they have a realease every freaking week! So get ready to have a dedicated resource to upgrade your software.

Easy tracking of IT tickets

Oct 03, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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Pros: Ease of use is very high, in that all one has to do is log in and input the information in the field. The ability to then see all your tickets and their disposition is very helpful for both customers and IT staff serving them. The system really boosts our performance in following up issues and ensuring that we aren't wasting time identifying the original problem that was posed. I also like that we can arrange for all members of a department to see each others' tickets and be aware of issues across the system.

Cons: In general, there is a GIGO problem, in that it still takes a well maintained staff of IT people to actually follow up all the tickets. When there is a shortfall of resources, the list can become unmanageably long. So while JIRA helps, it won't solve people management issues, unfortunately--and it wouldn't be fair to suggest it should. Just be aware it's not a magic wand.

Overall: We are much better able to work with our vendor to support and prioritize our ongoing tech issues with an online service that we use. It is a quick, easy way to ensure that everyone relevant to a problem receives the communication one time and in the same way every time there is an issue. Very helpful for control of communication flows, which is critical to project management.

Great Project Management tool for engineering/dev teams.

Sep 20, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

3 / 5
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Pros: Like how easy it is to add new tasks to project lists. Also it's easy to prioritize development sprints. Overall JIRA is pretty intuitive to use. I highly recommend spending time configuring it to make sure it matches what you're using it for. Ideally get someone on your engineering team who's used JIRA for 2+ years to configure the set-up. Once the right foundation is in place it's a super powerful tool for project management.

Cons: This isn't a project management tool for beginners. JIRA is at its best when the right structure is configured, appropriate tags added, the appropriate type of task lists for managing backlog & current sprints. I wouldn't recommend using JIRA for anything other than agile software development projects.

Overall: We use JIRA to manage our software development projects. It's a perfect tool for keeping complex, multi-stage projects on track.

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Cost effective project management tool

May 18, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: JIRA is a robust project management tool that allows your team to easily communicate, monitor and control a project. The software allows you to customize issue types, workflows, screens, priorities, etc. for projects. This allows project teams to be more effective and follow specific processes around project work. The Atlassian marketplace provides a number of plugins to help you be more effective and add additional features not delivered by default in the application. The software is well documented and support is knowledgeable. There is also a large online community supported by Atlassian where you can ask questions.

Cons: JIRA by default lacks some functionality to properly manage and monitor more complex projects easily. This will require you to purchase plugins that can increase the overall cost of the software.

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Highly recommended for Agile Teams

Oct 09, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: I am not a developer but Jira allows me to track the live progress of the development and QA teams and relay this onto non-technical teams such as support or product/account management. These teams can then communicate the live progress of a piece of work so that conversations do not go dry and the end user or client is aware that issues are currently being worked on with a provisional live release on target.

Cons: Sometimes there can be a bit too much going on with multiple different projects and it is can be difficult to locate the email preferences to prevent my inbox from being clogged.

Overall: I really like Jira and I believe that without it I would be rummaging around my inbox and presentations and notes to as well as disrupting the team to determine the current status of a project to relay this onto the client. Thankfully Jira prevents me from doing this which leads to increased productivity.

Lots of possibilities, but steep learning curve for some users

Mar 09, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
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Pros: Jira is extremely feature-packed, which makes it a very malleable tool that can fit the needs of a wide variety of companies.

There are tons of possibilities to set up custom flows, views, boards, filters. You can really mold your data to how you want to see and handle it within and between (sub)teams.

Integration with other tools is a definitely a plus.

I also like the "export search results to RSS feed" functionality to stay up to date on certain projects via a handy feed.

Cons: Because of all the options, quite some lingo and a bit of a cluttered interface, it's not easy for beginners to find their way around at first.

Some of my colleagues who don't need to use Jira as frequently or intensively are still struggling a bit a year after we've started using Jira in the company, even though they have an above-average tech-savvy profile and usually adapt well to new tools.

Overall: What used to be stored and managed in separate tools and flows and teams has now been brought together into one single can-do-it-all environment.

Flexilble tool for controlling your projects

May 19, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Jira is rich in various plug-ins that can help you in everyday work with projects. In general, the program is flexible enough and compatible with many others tools.The program has excellent tools for visualizing the workflow, task performance status. You can trace all of the projects at the same time. Moreover, if there are any ideas that can not be implemented for this moment, you can log them to Jira. It works especially good with the methodology of iterative development of software(for example Agile).

Cons: The small drawback of Jira is the absence of training or support when you are getting acquainted with the program, besides accredited by Jira consultants, which are not free. So that the learning curve can be quite long.It is also impossible to customize notifications about any changes in workflow coming to your e-mail

I work with JIRA daily as a Technical Project Manager of a Dev Team.

Jan 11, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

3 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Pros: I love JIRAs ability to interact with both HipChat and Confluence. I also love the ability to run 2 week sprints with my team and easily see the progress of each of their tasks.

Cons: "JIRA Spam" - I am an admin user at my current job and enter a lot of the tasks myself. Due to that I am a 'watcher' on most all of our tickets. I would prefer to receive less email communication regarding the status updates of each task. There are so many emails that they tend to be ignored due to over communication.

Overall: JIRA allows me to run / monitor software development projects with a team of 6 developers. It helps keep everyone on-task as well as gives me the opportunity to plan into the future sprints. As a certified SCRUM Product Owner I also love the ability to output cards for each job / task.

I also love that JIRA is linked with Confluence to help us document changes that are made as well as HipChat to keep our teams talking constantly.

Perfect for agile teams, can print tickets for physical boards

Aug 08, 2017
5/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Almost limitless customization options, I've seen different project managers organise a team's workflow in numerous totally different ways. Really good integrations with other Atlassian software products. Supplements a physical board very well, including the option to print cards at an ideal size for real-world usage.

Cons: Limitless customization is a double-edged sword. As a user, not administrator of JIRA I am often stuck when attempting to do anything but the simplest task. Depending on the competence of the Project Manager with JIRA, this can be a big or very small issue. It would be good if JIRA could integrate more smoothly with non Atlassian software. While I understand the business reasons for making things difficult with say, GitHub and Slack integrations, it doesn't improve my feelings towards the product as a user.

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Great Way to Oragnise work loads

Aug 06, 2018
5/5
Overall

5 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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Pros: The one thing that I most like about using Jira is the fact that every job and task that needs to be completed is logged into Jira and you can assign users to watch or work on tasks and it can all be easily tracked. I work in the digital team and when a job comes in, it is first tasked to the creative team and then passed over to us. We can then easily see the new task, action it and send it off for approvals all in one place.

Cons: The only thing that i dislike about Jira is that there arent much customiseable features (well from my end that is) in regards to when you send a job off for approval it would be cool to have work flow labels which say "Sent for approval" or "will be completed today" etc

Overall: JIRA has been a great piece of software within the Digital team. Everyone can track eachothers tasks and when a staff member has too many tasks or is unable to complete any of it, it can get reassigned to someone who has a bit more of a lighter workload. No jobs slip through the cracks and every piece of communication is found in one area.

JIRA is providing multiple facilities for project management, QA,bug tracking. highly customization

Jun 24, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
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Pros: Its smarter, faster and highly integrated. provide tractability between task, epic, story, requirement, bug, test cases. Test case reuse-ability across project also share steps and common function between test case. You can configure your own work flow for task, defect. completely support agile and scrum development.

Cons: It is not open source, configuration required deep knowledge and not that much easy. Work flow integration creating issue by making loop to it self. its provide mass editing but its difficult to user understand. I did't found integration with source control which may help user to manage automate flow of task and defects.

Overall: User can keep track of each and every task , bug, sprint flow. each and every thing goes with defined work flow. burndown chart is very help full. work log manage with defined and assign task. co-relate task and its sub task.

Powerful and Highly Configurable Software

Mar 27, 2018
5/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: Jira extremely powerful and has nearly endless features. The task management feature is great. Either individually or as a group, all views are helpful. I am able to track my tasks, assign people to get opinions and help, and get a quick snapshot of what I need to do on a weekly basis. It is a very user-friendly interface and it has decent reporting. All our team works remotely all the time and Jira helps us to keep documented and track in our daily work. Every version release is archived with the respective tickets.

Cons: Permissions are not simple to manage: very often it will happen that a certain user lacks the permission to start or stop a sprint or to move certain issues. Many teams only need task management, not an entire fully integrated platform. Because of this, Jira also runs a bit slow sometimes.

Great job tracking for robust projects

Feb 06, 2018
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
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3 / 5
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Pros: JIRA is the global solution for software development projects. My experiencing using it has always been limited my knowledge. Take some time to consider the enormous integration options. For example, I learned you can even use JIRA with third-party products. One of them on a recent project was a wireframe tool. I was able to integrate the wireframe with JIRA and create requirements all bundled together.

Cons: The only con I noticed is the learning curve. JIRA is a beast. Take some time to learn the functionality if you plan to use it in your workflow. The notifications feature is probably the best part updating collaborators instantly on requirement changes.

Overall: The benefits of JIRA are exponential if you take time to learn it from the ground up. By tethering every requirement and project defect in JIRA, everyone can see updates and comment for a global effort.

Very versatile and customizable issue tracking software

Jun 13, 2018
5/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Pros: What really sold us to using Jira is the possibility to completely customize the issue workflows and screens, based on the issue type. There is also a huge amount of plugins which can be installed, and Jira can be easily integrated with Atlassian's other products (Confluence and Bitbucket).

Cons: So far, we've found very well-made plugins that satisfy some features which are not in the vanilla version of Jira. Event with a few plugins, the platform is very stable. There are only two minor things which are still missing for me personally :

- Archive past projets (without deleting them)

- Some way to easily and quickly visualize my ToDos. A dashboard widget would be great, but right now I'm using a few complex search rules. I'm quite picky for these kind of things...

Overall: We use it to track the progress and issues on all of our projects.

JIRA is the best project management tool that I have used in my career

Apr 06, 2018
4/5
Overall

4 / 5
Ease of Use

5 / 5
Features & Functionality

4 / 5
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3 / 5
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Pros: JIRA Server is a product that I use every day. It makes developing using either an agile or kanban methodology very straightforward and has customisable options to make things more visual or clear. It's especially useful for reporting as these are automatically generated based on the movement of the story cards during the project. From here you can easily identify pain points, blockers or times when productivity has been hampered because of an external issue.

Cons: To set up and use to its full potential it requires an intimate JIRA sysadmin knowledge. Luckily I am one and have a lot of experience with the product so I can self serve, but I have seen times when colleagues have struggled. Also the newest cloud version has a different UX/UI which is somewhat confusing even for someone experienced like myself.