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Jira is a tool used to track issues and bugs related to your software. It is also used for project management. You can integrate Profit.co with Jira to use it inside Jira software.
What you can you do with Jira and Profit.co integration:
What you can do with Jira and Profit.co Integration:
- The issues in epic in your Jira Projects can be used as Key Results/Sub-key Results Or Tasks in our Profit.co.
- The status and the progress in Jira will be reflected in our Key result/Sub-Key Results Of Profit.co.
- Perform check-ins instantly from your Jira account.
Here’s a walk-through of setting up Profit.co and Jira app to perform check-ins.
Note: Login with the same credentials in Profit.co website in a separate tab.
How to install Profit.co app in Jira software?
To perform this task, you must have Jira administrator email credentials. The same email id should be used to sign-up into Profit.co.
Go to the Atlassian https://id.atlassian.com website. Enter your email address on the login page and click on Continue or you can log in with Google.
Enter your password to log in to your Jira account.
It will redirect you to the Home page. Click on the Jira Software icon.
Click on Apps on the top menu.
Select Find new apps
On the search bar, type in “Profit.co” and press Enter. Click on the Profit.co app.
Now click on the Get app button to install Profit.co.
A pop-up will appear, click the Get it now button.
You will see a message showing Profit.co has been added.
How to configure Profit.co in Jira after installation?
Go to the Manage Apps page, choose the Profit.co app, and click on the Configure button
You will be redirected to the Profit.co app login page. Enter your email id and Jira API token. Click on the Submit button.
Note: The email id should be the one you used to sign up to Profit.co and it must be the same as the Jira administrator email id.
Please click on the “Get my API token” below the submit button.
A new tab will be opened with the API Token page as shown in the figure below. Click on copy to clipboard.
Once you submit your credential and API token, you can see the list of Jira users. Enter the email address in the Email id column and click on the Connect button against the email id.
Note: You’ll be able to configure the Jira users who already have a Profit.co account. It can be done only at the Admin level.
Now you will be able to see Profit.co in the Jira Software menu.
Click on Profit.co to access your Profit.co app inside Jira Software.
Modelling epic story points as a key result
Create a Jira Epic as a Key Result
The Profit.co for Jira plug-in allows you to automatically create your Jira epic as a Key result under any of your OKRs in Profit.co.
You can track the progress of the linked OKR in your Jira epic.
In your Jira account, go to Issues → All Issues.
Open an epic and click on Profit.co on your right menu.
Click to view all/linked OKRs.
Choose your OKR level / Department.
Choose the Objective where you want to create your epic as a key result.
Select the + icon to choose the KPI for the key result.
The Jira-supported KPIs are listed below,
|Epic Story Points %||Track the number of stories completed on average against the total stories under the Jira epic.|
|Epic Story Points||Track the number of story points completed against total story points under the Jira epic.|
|Tasks||Track the number of Tasks completed on average against the total Tasks under the Jira epic.|
|Tasks %||Track the number of Tasks completed in % on average against the total Tasks under the Jira epic.|
|Tasks Hours||The total of the task hours will be taken into consideration and the progress will reflect based on the completed tasks|
|Tasks Hours %||The percentage of the task hours will be taken into consideration and the progress will reflect based on the completed percentage|
For Example, A Project manager’s objective is “Improve Project Delivery Performance”. How can they measure if they have improved on-time delivery?
One of the potential indicators which can help you measure your objective performance is Story Points. Tracking the burnout of story points can tell you how confident are you and your team in achieving your objective.
|Objective||Improve Project Delivery Performance|
|KR1||60 story points delivered per month|
For instance, let’s select the Customer Service OKRs and choose Tasks% KPI.
Choose a KPI and click Add, to create a key result in profit.co
Note: The Key result will be the same as the epic.
The Key Result will be created in your profit.co and the progress can be seen inside Jira.
Note: For every update that is happening in the epic, the progress will be updated in the Key Result.
Create a Jira Epic as a Sub-Key Result
Follow the same steps as given above for the process of creating key results.
To create a subkey result choose the Key Result that you want.
In Jira, select the dropdown and click the + icon on the key result to add the sub key result.
You’ll be getting the KPI to select for the sub key result.
For instance, let’s add the KPI Tasks in Numeric.
Finally, click on Add.
The sub key result will be shown in Jira.
Also, you can see the subkey result with the updated progress in Profit.co
Create a Jira Epic as a Task
To create a task in Profit.co, click on the Dropdown menu of the selected Objective and click on the pin icon to add it as Task.
Finally in Jira, it’ll be added as a task.
Note: If you want to unlink the task click on the same pin icon.
In Profit.co you will be able to see the task associated with the key result.