I know that creating projects, designing flows, scripting or automation are the things that many administrators like the most. But every instance needs some cleanup from time to time as well. To be sure that your Jira is doing good, focus on the routine administrator tasks. In this post I`m providing you the checklist, that`s gonna help you keep your environment healthy.
How to bulk migrate worklogs between issues
Sometimes there`s a need to bulk move worklogs from one issue to another. If we`re talking about couple of them, you can easily do the transfer manually. But when they come in dozens it can take a lot of time. Here I`m providing you the bash script which can do all the work for you.
How to become a certified Jira administrator
Today you will learn how to prepare to get ACP-120, the Jira Cloud administrator certificate. I will share with you the materials that helped me pass this exam and tell you what to focus on.
Update from the author
Hey! While there are no posts for a while, there`s a lot going on. Check what`s about to come.
How to make permissions flexible?
In today’s post, I will show you how to flexibly limit the possibility of editing tasks and fields to a specific group of users. And there is no need to use any external plugins. We will only use Jira’s built-in mechanisms, such as Security Schemes or Workflow Conditions. Let’s start!
Take the helping hand - introducing Jira Helpers
Ongoing assistance to users is a part of Jira Administrator everyday`s work. The first step in determining what to do is the so-called gap analysis – the difference between the current and target configuration state. Jira offers some helpful tools here: check out Jira Helpers.