Support "Agility" (next-gen) Templates in Jira

My team really likes the simplicity of the "Agility" templates in Jira, sometimes called "next-gen" templates. 

Through the Jira integrations, we are able to sync almost everything that we need, except for the relationships using the "Linked to" field mapping. 

After speaking with customer support (hi @Shawn!) and reading some of the documentation, it appears that is due to the inability to "edit" screens in Jira:

Perhaps there is a technical limitation on Jira's side, but it does look like this is the direction they are headed so I think it would be good for Aha! to research the feasibility. 

  • Jordan Skole
  • Oct 18 2018
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  • Wes Gillette commented
    December 06, 2018 19:38

    Yes, please! We've got multiple dev teams moving from other systems to Jira. We were looking to use the next-gen projects are they are quick to set up and don't have the same overhead as a classic projects. 

  • Lenny Fayard commented
    December 16, 2018 21:52

    Same here.   We just moved and like the reduced overhead but releases and initiatives aren't linking our stories/tasks to initiatives

  • Matt Clower commented
    19 Feb 22:15

    This would be critical to our adoption of Aha.

  • Daniel Cunningham commented
    30 Apr 15:35

    This will be critical for Aha! and Atlassian to resolve together, for our ongoing use of Aha as we are moving many projects onto the lighter-weight Next-gen Jira projects.

    Thanks Madeleine from Aha! customer support for pointing me to this idea!

  • Guest commented
    18 Jun 01:57

    Just had to compromise and create a classic project - for those of you who know classic you can understand my pain. Would be great to get this happening, especially with assistance from Atlassian as this is a blocker to moving to next gen. 

  • Brett Johnston commented
    20 Jun 21:03

    My company already has next gen boards. This is probably a deal breaker. Eliminating double entry is one of the goals.