Quickly opens the JIRA with the corresponding ticket
Quick JIRA (short just quiji) is designed to speed up your workflow. With the simple button you can access any JIRA tickets within seconds, instead of typing the whole time in the address bar. You just type the ticket ID and hit enter and are directly on the JIRA ticket page. Alternatively you can use the omnibox by typing the keyword 'jira' first and then your ticket ID You can switch between the current and the new tab as your default action. Quick JIRA is equipped with the following features ● button for current tab ● button for new tab ● button to re-open last ticket ● hotkey to open the dialog (CTRL + SHIFT + K) ● hotkeys to open the selected text as a ticket in the current (ALT + K) or a new tab (ALT + SHIFT +K) ● omnibox command: jira ● options page to select JIRA URL and default action of the enter key ● right click (context menu) integration ● fully localized into English ++++ Support (and source code) can be found at GitHub: https://github.com/timbru31/quickjira Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/timbru31 ++++ I am not affiliated with Atlassian in any way. The JIRA logo belongs to Atlassian and was obtained from the press kit.
- (2019-12-16) jseashell: Works exactly as described. Nice for copy/paste from emails or commit messages
- (2019-07-23) Chris Noden: A very handy extension. My one problem is that it's quite common to search google for jira help. As soon as I start typing "jira " into my chrome address bar, this extension does "quiji". It would be handy to be able to turn that functionality off (not sure what it even does).
- (2019-05-06) Conrad Wischnewski: Great tool. Enhancement: Needs to support more than one JIRA Base URL
- (2019-04-03) Jessica Fong: Very helpful! Thank you! I didn't need to put the equal sign at the end for the url.
- (2019-03-28) Anthony Kuker: Great tool! Thank you for creating this!
- (2019-03-18) dachiz: Great tool. Extremely helpful for all those times someone gives you an issue ID only and not the issue link.
- (2019-02-21) Mark Girona: I rarely take the time to write reviews but this app is so amazingly simple and effective that I felt compelled to take a few moments to leave my 5 star review. Love this!
- (2019-01-22) Alex Washtell: Very useful extension that saves a lot of time. However, the inability to disable the omnibox search is frustrating.
- (2018-11-08) Xavier Vasseur: Thank you ! Much appreciated. Can you please handle in the tool an automatic removal of space '%20' char before and after the JIRA ticket in case of wrong copy/paste selection ?
- (2018-10-19) David Pfeffer: Awesome extension that helps me get my work done faster. Can't recommend enough. If I had one concern it would be that the initial setup is a bit confusing, but once I figured it out, it's simple enough to do on any computer I need to. Love it!
- (2018-09-11) Alwyn Durham: This is awesome. I'm constantly opening new tabs, going to JIRA, then searching for an issue. No more! I rebound the shortcut to Ctrl+S so I can open tickets left-handed. Should be a significant time saver.
- (2018-09-05) Martin Bruksås: Great plugin for productivity! Would however have liked an option to toggle Quick JIRA from the right-click menu, as I never use it that way.
- (2018-07-13) Jerry R Cole - RCM: Works great. Note the instructions to end the search string with an equal sign can be ignored. The following format can be used instead: https://yourdomain.atlassian.net/browse/
- (2018-06-20) Siddharth Ramanujam: Love the extension. Very easy and saves lot of time. Would be nice to make a search using text(and selected text) if possible
- (2018-06-04) Evan Brodie: Amazing! Sped up my ability to search for JIRA tickets by their Ticket ID big time. Similar search functionality to other Chrome Extensions like for Trello, where I type in a small string into the URL, press tab, then enter in my search query (Ticket ID) to find what I'm looking for.
- (2018-04-04) Patrick o'leary: I've lost count of how many mails or IM's I get with jira tickets that I need to go and find context on. This helps so much. cmd+shift+k pop number in and off you go
- (2018-01-19) Bob Dickinson: Love this plugin. My one wishlist feature is that I'd love to be able to pick a ticket from the last 5 or 10 that I've opened (instead of just the last one).
- (2017-11-29) Christopher Jean-de-Dieu: Très pratique ! Gain de temps indéniable
- (2017-11-22) Frank Peters: This tool is such a timesaver! I use it tens of times a day, also useful to just search Jira for an issue. What would make this a 5 star extension is support for multiple Jira instances. As we have two. And then to configure a shortcut for each of them.
- (2017-10-31) Sean Taylor: Very useful. Although took a bit of working out the base URL as we run a number of projects. But got it working and saves a few seconds per search of tickets
- (2017-06-27) qewrtyio: Need some hotkey settings
- (2017-06-02) Daniel J Pollack: Very useful extension
- (2017-05-06) Prashanth Manikyarajaiah: Came here to 4-start & ask for a keyboard short-cut! It's already there & you've earned another star. Thanks for the plugin :) PS: Couldn't find short-cut details in Options page. Please mention it there.
- (2017-01-16) Fiqi Fitransyah: It's pretty cool. It help me to go to certain issue easier
- (2020-01-03, v:0.11.2) Raphael Vizoni: Integration with slack
When selecting current tab or even new tab (to see a ticket) it opens a new tab that redirects to Slack. I would like to see the ticket in a new tab. The default option (in settings) is already "new tab
- (2018-09-19, v:0.11.0) Gábor Légrády: Space age
In many cases whan I copy ticket IDs there is additional spacxes at the begininng or at the end - a trim() before opening links would be beneficial. Thanks.
- (2017-10-13, v:0.9.1) Dustin Krysak: Keyboard shortcut does not work
The default shift-ctrl-k does not launch the popup to enter the ticket number
- (2017-08-24, v:0.9.1) Kevin Mitchell: Is this open source?
howdy! Just wondering if the source code for this is available somewhere? If not no worries, just interested in how you did the "omnibox" quick jira thing. Thank you!
- (2016-08-17, v:0.8.0) Parker Coates: Auto fill from clipboard
Nice extension! It'd be really handy if it did automatic clipboard detection. Basically, when opening, the extension could check if the clipboard contents look like a JIRA issue key, and if so, prepopulate the input field with the clipboard contents.
- (2016-02-08, v:0.6.1) Todd Lyons: "Read and modify info on all websites"
Hi, I've been using your plugin for about a month after a referral from a co-worker, and it works great. But with the recent update, it wants unfettered access to both read and modify information for all websites. I will no longer be able to use it until that permission is no longer required. What feature are you implementing that requires that much access? My work won't let me use it.