Allow a Feature (epic) in Aha! to have Requirements (stories) that live in a different Jira project
The use case is that we create features in Aha! and sync them to Jira as epics. The development team will then break the epics down further into stories in the appropriate Jira projects for the teams that need to work on them. In Jira, these stori...
Jira tickets support embedded images using the following format.
Jira Image Formatting Notation
We make very heavy use of this feature to pull our designs into the jira tickets...
We have different workflows in JIRA for our Epics/Charters than we have for estimates or actual work tickets. It would be nice if when setting up the integration we could individually map both the feature and the requirements status messages indiv...
Add a tag to requirements, and sync it with jira labels
Why is it useful?
Our Product team uses tags in Aha and labels in jira to help in planning which team works on which requirement / user story, to make sure that one team working in the release is not over-burdened.
Sometimes one team works on a...
JIRA Import multiple issue types as requirements mapped to parent feature
As a PO, I’d like to import multiple issue types (i.e. bug, story) as requirements that map to their parent features so that existing Jira Projects can be imported into Aha! Products in a single import
Would like to be able to view the sprint a feature is currently assigned to in JIRA. It looks like we have most of the other fields available for mapping but that one isn't available. I get a ton of questions about when a feature is scheduled to b...
Need to "Link with existing issue in JIRA" at requirement level
We have JIRA and Aha today and the tools are integrated as follows:
Aha feature - JIRA Epic
Aha requirement - JIRA story
NA - JIRA sub-task
For some reasons, I had to delete the integration with JIRA for a specific product line...
Ability to "lock" a custom field, so no user can edit it
Some of our fields in Aha are solely dictated by the field in Jira, for example Status.
Statuses in Jira have validations, which cannot be recreated in Aha. If we map Status bi-directionally, we run into errors because Aha is trying to overwrit...