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Requirement Yogi for Jira

To use all Jira connected features, make sure you download the Requirement Yogi for Jira app first.


If you didn't already connect your Confluence and Jira instances please follow Installation in Jira.

Linking requirements to Jira issues allows you and your users to take Requirement Yogi to the next step.

From an issue, you can quickly navigate to your product specifications, and from the traceablity matrix, you can easily see the global advancement of your project by checking the Jira issues status.

How to link requirements to Jira issues

Open the Requirement Yogi panel

Jira Issue Requirement Panel Open.png

Click on the "Edit" icon to add or remove requirements

You need to have permission to edit the issue to add or remove requirements

Jira issue - Add a requirement.png

It can be faster to add a bunch of requirements at once by entering a list of requirement keys, separated by commas.

This method doesn't allow you to specify the space where the requirement is defined

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Once you have added a requirement to an issue, you can see the issue status in Confluence when displaying the requirement in the detailed view or in the traceability matrix.

That's it, you know everything on Requirement Yogi for Jira !

JQL Syntax

It is possible to use a syntax in Jira using the custom field "Requirement Yogi info"

Syntax

Use-case

"Requirement Yogi info" is empty / is not empty

This will help you find Jira issues with or without requirement links

"Requirement Yogi info" ~ 'BR-01'

This will help you find Jira issues with link to a requirement matching BR-01. Note that you cannot specify the space or variant.

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