Why export Jira to Google Sheets
Build analytical dashboards
Create charts and graphs based on the imported data. You can visualize the JQL search issue results on your Jira dashboard in Google Sheets using the built-in functions and features. In addition you can ensure that your dashboard is up to date with the scheduled refresh of the issues exported from Jira.
Make and share reports
Automatically pull Jira filters to Google Sheets to boost your reporting. Load the issues filtered according to your requirements based on a daily, weekly or monthly schedule to keep your reports up to date. Share the live reports created in Google Sheets with the stakeholders to ensure they have access to the latest information.
Integrate with the data from other sources
Optimize your analytics using the data loaded from multiple sources into one spreadsheet. Get Jira data to Google Sheets and combine it with records exported from time tracking apps, accounting tools, and other sources. Track the performance of your Jira projects to extract actionable insights crucial for efficient decision making.
What data you can load with the Jira Google Sheets integration
Pull the Jira issues filtered by projects. You can select one, several or all projects for your advanced filter and load these issues to your spreadsheet.
Filter issues by type, such as Input Item, Bug, Task, etc. You can choose one or several types to filter and export this Jira data to Google Sheets.
Pull status from Jira into Google Sheets according to the options you apply for your issues, for example, Backlog, In Progress, Closed and so on.
Load the issues associated with a particular user or users. You can also import issues filtered by groups of users from Jira to your spreadsheet.
Receive the information about the issues with MUST, SHOULD, and other priority options that you apply for your projects.
Use the Jira Google Sheets integration to load issues filtered by multiple criteria, such as Category, Contexts, Due Date, and many more. You can apply different criteria for your filtering and export the most exact queries according to your needs.
How to connect Jira to Google Sheets
Step 1. Select Jira as a source application and connect the Atlassian account30 seconds
Step 2. Enter a JQL query of your filter or an ID of the filter saved in Jira5 seconds
Step 3. Select the export format and specify columns to export from Jira if needed15 seconds
Step 4. Select Google Sheets as a destination app and connect your Google account30 seconds
Step 5. Select a spreadsheet and a sheet where to import Jira issues15 seconds
Step 6. Set up a schedule for data imports and run the integration to import Jira into Google Sheets20 seconds
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