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JIRA Cloud Connector

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JIRA helps teams to get organized and work together to build incredible products, but product teams are just one part of your organization. With Domo, you can combine data from multiple sources into a single platform--pulling data from product development, marketing, sales, operations, and finance for a real-time, holistic view of your business.
Once your data is in Domo, you can get stunning, dynamic JIRA visualizations with real-time data, on any device.
Domo's JIRA Cloud connector allows you to connect to your JIRA account to extract data from JIRA. You can import data including issue tracking, completed tickets per team, ticket resolution time, and project management metrics, using either custom or predefined queries. To learn more about the JIRA API, see

The JIRA connector is a "Cloud App" connector, meaning it retrieves data stored in the cloud. In the Data Center, you can access the connector page for this and other Cloud App connectors by clicking Cloud App in the toolbar at the top of the window.

You connect to your JIRA Cloud account in the Data Center. This topic discusses the fields and menus that are specific to the JIRA Cloud connector user interface. General information for adding DataSets, setting update schedules, and editing DataSet information is discussed in Adding a DataSet Using a Data Connector.

Primary Use Cases

  • Tracking progress and movement of tickets

  • Number of tickets assigned to specific users or groups

  • Seeing if too many tickets of a certain type are open (bugs)

Primary Metrics

  • Bug / issue / ticket tracking (by age, type, status, submitter)

  • Completed tickets per team

  • Ticket resolution time

  • Project management metrics (tracking individual tasks of a larger project or epic).

Primary Company Roles

Product managers

Average Implementation Time

This can vary wildly depending on the implementation and the user's level of knowledge of their JIRA system.

Ease of Use (on a 1-to-10 scale with 1 being easiest)


Best Practices 

  • You should usually use "Replace" with the JIRA Cloud connector, as "Append" does not work well.

  • If the query is for data across a long time period, scheduling should be kept to a minimum (once a day). For shorter queries, more frequent updates are appropriate. 


To connect to your JIRA Cloud account and create a DataSet, you must have:

  • The domain of your JIRA Cloud account (Jira Server accounts are not supported for OAuth).

 You can authenticate to the Jira Cloud connector with the same credentials you use to log into your Jira account online.

Connecting to Your JIRA Cloud Account

This section enumerates the options in the Credentials and Details panes in the Jira Cloud Connector page. The components of the other panes in this page, Scheduling and Name & Describe Your DataSet, are universal across most connector types and are discussed in greater length in Adding a DataSet Using a Data Connector.

Credentials Pane

This pane contains fields for entering credentials to connect to your (third-party tool) account. The following table describes what is needed for each field:  



Domain The domain of your JIRA Cloud account. Jira Server accounts are not supported for OAuth.

Once you have entered valid JIRA Cloud credentials, you can use the same account any time you go to create a new JIRA Cloud DataSet. You can manage connector accounts in the Accounts tab in the Data Center. For more information about this tab, see Managing User Accounts for Connectors.

Details Pane

This pane contains a primary Reports menu, along with various other menus which may or may not appear depending on the report type you select.

Get JIRA Issue Data  

When you select Get JIRA Issue Data, a JQL Query Builder appears on the screen. Here you can build JIRA queries to returns columns for nearly every JIRA ticket parameter, like issue summary and description, creation date, resolution date, impacted customer name, and environment. You can also create a JQL query in JIRA and paste it into the query builder.

The JQL Query Builder automatically suggests your JIRA fields and values, enabling you to easily create JQL queries.

You may also select from the suggested queries on the right side of the Query Builder. Simply click on a suggested query and it will populate the JQL Query Builder. You may edit the query if desired afterwards.

One query example is as follows:

(issuetype = Bug OR issuetype = defect OR issuetype = Improvement) AND status != Closed ORDER BY createdDate DESC

This query retrieves all open issues that are classified as bugs, defects, or Improvements and sorts them by their creation dates.

For more information about writing JQL queries, see

JIRA Issue Reports 

If you would prefer to pull in premade reports rather than build custom queries, you can do so by expanding the Report Selection tab then choosing the desired report type. The following reports are available:



Comments Report Returns JIRA tickets with their related comments.
Changelog Report Returns changelogs per issue applicable to the query.
Labels Report Returns labels for issues applicable to the query.
Linked Issues Report Returns linked issues for issues applicable to the query.
Standard Ticket Report Returns columns for nearly every parameter for JIRA tickets, such as issue summary and description, creation date, resolution date, impacted customer name, environment, etc.
Ticket History Report Returns historical information about tickets.
Worklog Report Returns worklogs per issue applicable to the query.

Get JIRA Admin Data 

You can access a number of JIRA admin-level reports. If you want to build custom queries, select JIRA Issue Data instead. 

The following reports are available:



Fields Returns a list of fields used in the user's JIRA account.
Group Members Returns a list of users that belong to the specified group. You must have admin access to run this report.
Projects Returns a list of all projects the user has access to.
Project Versions Returns a list of all versions of the specified project.
Users Groups Returns a list of groups for all users.

Other Panes

For information about the remaining sections of the connector interface, including how to configure scheduling, retry, and update options, see Adding a DataSet Using a Data Connector.


  • Jira requires a fair amount of configuration from the side of the JIRA admin to ensure that API access is enabled. Common issues include setting the timeouts too short or not providing sufficient resources to the JIRA server.

  • If users have trouble understanding how to format JQL, the easiest thing is to log into the JIRA front end. Via the search bar, JIRA provides a tool that can construct a JQL query with preset filters. After constructing your query, if you hit the Advanced button, JIRA presents you with your selections in JQL format.