Use prebuilt commands to update, find and list Jira issues in Slack.
/t find command
Search issues by typing this command in any DM or Slack channel
/t find key (or) keyphrase
/t list command
See the issue listing in any channel by typing /t list or in the Home tab of the "Troopr Assistant" app. By default, you see the issues assigned to you. You can apply any of the available filters. You can update any issue by clicking on the "Take action" button. You can also filter the issue list by using any custom JQL.
/t update command
Update Jira issues in Slack using this command.
/t update +[fieldName]:[fieldValue]
Update command takes field values in the format shown above.
Example: /t update ST-10 +summary:test-summary +Description:test-description +Assignee: @nick +Priority:Lowest +Labels:test +start date:6/30/2021 +Story point estimate:1000 +Epic Link:ST-245 +Components:comp 321 +Fix versions:test +Due date:7/30/2021 +Original estimate:4w +Remaining estimate:2d +Sprint:47
All standard fields except Attachment, status and comment are supported in this format. Any custom field of the following data types is supported: Date, Labels, Number field, Text field, User Picker, Url field. Fields with split word names are also supported as shown in the example.
Note that for Sprint value only Sprint id is supported and not Sprint name. Also please note that the field names are case sensitive, it has to match with the field name in Jira.
For status update use following command:/t status [key] [statusvalue]
Example: /t status TP-100 done
For adding comment to issue: /t comment [key] [comment]
Example: /t comment TP-100 made progress on this
For logging time to issue: /t log [time] [key]
Example: /t log 1h TP-100
For linking an issue to another: /t link [inwardIssueKey] [linkType] [outwardIssueKey]
Example: /t link TP-100 is blocked by ST-1
Workspace administrators can create and customize custom commands for their team. Read more here