Linking Nave with Jira in Under a Minute
You asked and we’ve delivered; Jira Software teams can now use Nave to optimize their software development processes.
If you use Jira Server to manage your workflow, and your instance is not exposed publicly, or you just prefer to control the data that you upload to the cloud for security reasons, please follow our guidelines on how to load your data using JSON or CSV file.
Here is our three-step guide to configuring Nave with Jira quickly and easily.
Log into your Jira Software as a user with ‘Jira Administrator’ permissions.
Users without ‘Jira Administrator’ access rights can still use our platform after the configuration is set up. Just keep in mind that when they create new dashboards, your data won’t sync in real-time but once per hour instead.
Choose Products from the Settings menu.
Then click on Application links.
You’ll be asked to enter the application link – type in https://getnave.com and click on Create new link.
On the warning Configure Application URL popup, click Continue.
When configuring the application URL, Jira will ask you to name your application and select its type. Enter Nave as application name and pick Generic Application from the drop-down menu. Leave the rest of the fields empty.
Click on Continue and a pop-up window will appear processing your request. It may take a few seconds before your application link has been created. Here’s how a successful application link should look like:
Now that your link has been created, click on the pencil icon to edit the configuration.
Go to Incoming Authentication.
Here, you’ll need to enter the final details. Make sure you don’t leave any empty spaces.
Enter your Consumer Key: IrNxlWgZ
For the Consumer Name, type Nave
Scroll down to paste your Public Key:
As well as your Consumer Callback URL: https://jira.getnave.com/api/integrations/connect
Save and Close your configuration.
To login in Nave, visit https://jira.getnave.com , enter your Jira host URL and click Log in with JIRA. May you enjoy a smoother, more efficient flow of work.
Meet the Author
Sonya Siderova is a passionate product manager and a driving force behind Nave, a Kanban analytics suite that helps teams improve their delivery speed through data-driven decision making. When she's not catering to her two little ones, you might find Sonya absorbed in a good heavyweight boxing match or behind a screen crafting a new blog post.
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