Wizeline allows for links between the requests - or problems from your market - and the work that your development team does in JIRA.
If you use Wizeline to capture requests, set priorities, or plan, we recommend that you go through those exercises before creating JIRA issues from Wizeline. This will ensure that issues in JIRA reflect your top strategic priorities, and that your developers’ work will be aligned with your plan.
When you’re ready to create an issue from a feature, find that feature in your backlog and open the side panel. Click the button to create new issue.
You’ll see the available fields for your new issue populated from your feature's name and description. You can edit this text to reflect the description or acceptance criteria you want for your issue.
Give your content a final review, and click to save. You can also choose to save and create another issue if you have multiple issues you’d like to create and map to your feature.
When you’re done, you’ll see your new issue mapped to your feature.
Reports in Wizeline will automatically update to take this new issue and others into account as your development team makes progress. Note that if you create an epic issue type, any child issues of that epic can be automatically included in reporting by enabling this feature in your JIRA integration settings in Wizeline.
You can also define a default JIRA instance (as well as a default JIRA project) for each one of your Wizeline products. Your default selections will automatically get selected while creating new JIRA issues. You can change those settings by going to Settings -> Integrations -> JIRA -> JIRA Project Settings.