Upload and connect Files to Jira issue

Upload new files to SharePoint Site and connect files to Jira issue

The SharePoint Connector for Jira allows you to upload and connect files from the Jira issue to a SharePoint Document Library without the need to navigate to SharePoint.

To upload and connect files to Jira issues follow the guide below:

  1. Navigate to the Jira issue where you want to upload and connect files

  2. Open the SharePoint Files panel and click on “Connect”

  3. Navigate to the SharePoint Sites tab and select a Site.

  4. Navigate to the location you want to upload the files.

  5. There are two ways to upload files.

    1. Clicking the “Upload” button on the right upper corner.

      1. A dialog opens where you can select the files you want to connect and upload

      2. A new tab “Uploads” appears in the dialog where you can track the progress of the files being uploaded

      3. Once uploads have finished, the files are already selected and appear in the “Currently selected files” section on the bottom. If you don’t want to connect all the files you uploaded you can deselect them individually by clicking on the “X” icon.

      4. Clicking on “Connect” button will connect all uploaded and selected files to the Jira issue

         

    2. Drag & drop files on the table header

      1. Navigate to the desired location (select the Site and location)

      2. Drag & drop the files from your pc to the highlighted dropzone

      3. Same as before an “Uploads” tab will appear where you can track the status of the file z

      4. After clicking on “Connect” button the uploaded files will show in the “SharePoint Files” panel of the Jira issue

 

Upload new file to “My OneDrive” and connect files to Jira issue

Similarly to uploading files to a SharePoint Site you can also upload and connect files to your OneDrive. To do so you have to navigate to the “My OneDrive” tab where you can use either the “Upload” button or the drag & drop functionality.

The next steps are the same as described in the SharePoint Sites tab.

What happens in case of errors?

If there were any errors during the upload a corresponding message displays in the Uploads tab. An accompanying warning icon is displayed besides the “Uploads” tab to let you know that something went wrong.

To check what is going wrong you can switch to the “Uploads” tab and see which files were not uploaded.

If a file already exists you will be prompted for actions and you can decide how to proceed with this file.

Note: Files that have an error uploading will not be preselected like the ones which were successfully uploaded.