JIRA: Intermediate JIRA Cloud
4 Courses | 2h 30m 49s
2 Courses | 2h 32m 46s
Explore Atlassian's software; JIRA, an issue tracking framework for project management, and issue and bug tracking.
Creating & Setting Up Projects in Jira Cloud
1.Signing in & and using Jira4m 37sNOW PLAYING
2.Creating a Classic Project3m 51sUP NEXT
JIRA Administration: Platform Fundamentals
1.JIRA Installation10m 37sNOW PLAYING
2.JIRA_HOME3m 13sUP NEXT
Creating & Setting Up Projects in Jira Cloud
10 videos | 39m
Jira allows you to create projects quickly and manage them efficiently. Begin this 10-video course by learning how to sign in and navigate the application interface, and then discover how to create classic projects in Jira by using the scrum template and assign projects to Project Lead. This leads learners into creating next gen projects and configuring using Kanban Project template and private access level. Learn the steps involved in adding users, group, and roles to permission schemes; create a new permission scheme and associate the permission scheme with projects, and also learn how to allow public access to projects created in Jira. Learners observe how to add custom workflows and assign issues types to the workflow; activate and associate workflow schemes with projects created in Jira; and configure the file attachment to manage attachments. You will conclude the course by exploring how to configure application title, email, and internationalization settings for Jira applications, especially important when one is working in a multinational environment.
Configuring & Managing Boards in Jira Cloud
9 videos | 41m
In this course, explore Jira projects containing boards such as scrum and Kanban. These boards can be customized and configured to meet project needs. Once you have created boards, you can start managing your projects by adding issues and subtasks. Begin this 9-video course by discovering how to sign in and navigate the Jira interface, then how to create class projects in Jira with the scrum template and assign projects to Project lead. You will learn how to create next-generation projects and configure by using Kanban Project template and private access level. Learners will examine steps involved in adding users, groups, and roles to permission schemes; create new permission schemes and associate permission schemes with projects; and view steps involved in allowing public access to projects created in Jira. Learn how to customize workflows; activate and associate workflow schemes with projects created in Jira, and configure file attachment to manage attachments. To conclude the course, discover how to configure application title, email, and internationalization settings for Jira applications.
Planning & Working on a Software Project in Jira Cloud
10 videos | 38m
Once you have created a software project, you will need to know how to manage your issues and tasks. In this 10-video course, discover how to add epics, manage sprints, and track changes. Also, learn how to link issues and enable issues or project estimations. Begin by learning how to create epic as well as add and remove issues to and from the created epic. Discover how to create sprints, add issues, and update sprints in your projects. Then take a look at steps involved in ranking and flagging issues in an active sprint; set up estimation statistics and enable time tracking for scrum projects; and observe how to configure time tracking permissions and enable or disable time tracking in Classic projects. Learners will explore how to activate workflows and add transitions, open workflows in text mode and add steps. Delve into creating versions in Jira, adding issues, and monitoring progress. Learn how to manage issue linking and configure the order of linked issues, and finally, monitor sprint and epics by using burndown charts in Jira.
Reporting in Jira Software
9 videos | 32m
In this 9-video course, learners will discover how to generate reports, which produce visual representations of project issues. Create Jira reports for sprints, versions, created issues, as well as resolved issues. Begin by learning how to create and display the velocity chart, then generate Burndown charts to track total remaining work and to project likelihood of achieving the sprint goal. Also learn how to generate Sprint reports to display the list of issues in each Sprint; generate Version reports to visualize a team's progress towards completing versions; and generate Epic Burndown reports to visualize how the team is progressing against the work for Epics, then delve into using those reports to visualize how the team is progressing against work for releases. Next, observe how to create Pie Charts to display specified project fields, and generate reports to visualize the number of created issues versus resolved issues over a given time period. To conclude, generate a Resolution Time Report to visualize time taken to resolve a set of issues in projects.