This page contains frequently asked questions by users in general.
Use the FAQ below to find answers to common questions. Feel free to contact our support team if you don’t see what you’re looking for.
- What is Git?
- What is this app?
- Why would I want to see Git in my Jira?
- How do Git and Jira work together?
- Is this safe? Will it cause trouble?
- Which version of Jira is compatible with Git for Jira Cloud app?
What is Git?
Git is a source code repository. Developers keep track of their source code using Git. Git relies heavily on branching and merging. Branching is making a temporary copy of source code for a single purpose like adding a particular feature or fixing a bug. Merging is safely moving the changes from one branch back to another.
What is this app?
This is Git Integration for Jira Cloud – an app for Jira that mashes together data from a Git server with your Jira Cloud. It let’s people see code from Git in context with Jira issues.
Why would I want to see Git in my Jira?
Git can be complicated and daunting – especially for non-developers. Jira users want this app so they can work with Git in the familiar Jira interface.
How do Git and Jira work together?
In organizations with Git and Jira, it is common to have a branch for each Jira issue and branches for every version.
When developers put their work in Git, they can include a Jira issue key in the comments. With the Git Integration for Jira app installed, Jira Cloud will then show the changes in the issue.
Is this safe? Will it cause trouble?
It is a safe and well-tested plugin.
We test this on huge Git repositories in large Jira instances. Over 5000 organizations in 70 countries use the Git Integration for Jira app.
Which version of Jira is compatible with Git for Jira Cloud app?
For a more comprehensive view, see Git Integration for Jira app Version History ».