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Modern project management often involves juggling multiple tasks, teams, and tools. Two popular platforms that aid in this endeavour are and Jira. offers a collaborative work operating system, while Jira focuses on agile project management and issue tracking and may be an existing tool used by some teams.

While these tools are powerful on their own, combining their strengths through integration can significantly enhance project efficiency and collaboration. In this article, we explore how and Jira can work together harmoniously to streamline processes and drive successful project outcomes.

Understanding and Jira is a highly visual work operating system that enables teams to manage tasks, projects, and workflows in a user-friendly interface. It employs customisable boards, columns, and automation to facilitate collaboration, communication, and tracking of work progress. is known for its versatility and adaptability, making it suitable for a wide range of industries and project types.

On the other hand, Jira is a leading tool for agile project management and issue tracking. Developed by Atlassian, Jira is particularly popular among software development and product teams due to its robust features for managing tasks, sprints, and backlogs. It follows agile methodologies closely, allowing teams to plan, track, and release software iteratively.

Key Benefits of Integrating and Jira:

  1. Enable users to reduce noise and clutter by syncing only relevant Jira issues (from Jira to and only relevant monday items from ( to Jira).

  2. Admins can set the flow between systems with the flexibility they expect.

  3. Unified Project Management: Seamless integration ensures a central view of project progress, saving time and minimising confusion from switching platforms.

  4. Enhanced Communication: Automatic updates between platforms improve team communication and stakeholder awareness, eliminating manual notifications.

  5. Cross-Functional Collaboration: Bridging high-level planning in with detailed task management in Jira promotes smooth project execution.

  6. Data Synchronisation: Real-time data sync prevents duplication and inconsistencies, providing accurate information for all team members.

  7. Custom Workflow Automation: Integration allows the creation of tailored automations, like auto-closing Jira issues when tasks are marked as complete on

  8. Agile Development with Clarity: aids Jira's agile capabilities by visualising sprints and tasks, enhancing stakeholder understanding. Integration involves using third-party tools or APIs, varying based on tool capabilities and organisational needs, offering pre-built options or customised solutions

Use Cases:

From Jira to - Choose which issues/ tasks/epic/components /labels will trigger an action on Example: - Sync only Jira issues with the Lable “Content team” to - Sync only approved Jira approved epics to

From to Jira - Choose which items in will trigger issues/ tasks/epic/components /labels in Jira

Example: - Sync only items/epics requests that were approved by the product manager to Jira - Sync only items with high priority to trigger tasks in Jira

How to use the Jira integration

Thankfully have put together a comprehensive guide to setting up their native integration.'s Native Jira integration has been recently revamped with its 2.0 version release. Find the set-up guide here.


Combining the strengths of and Jira through integration can not only empower organisations to optimise their project management processes but also help encourage users to select their tool of preference while co-existing within an ecosystem, helping unify project tracking, enhanced communication, and improved collaboration are just a few of the benefits that can be achieved. As organisations continue to seek efficiency and collaboration in their project management endeavours, harnessing the synergy between these two platforms can be a game-changer in achieving successful project outcomes.

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