Saving WSJF Score to custom fields & the Apps for Every Teams Campaign

15 May 2020 - David Hackman

Hi all, David here. I just wanted to share a quick update with you all on two fronts.

Firstly, it's been a month(ish) since we released our WSJF Priority Calculator for Jira. It's been really interesting to see the interest level in the app right from launch, and also to get some helpful feedback.

We're intending to keep improving the app's functionality and the news that I want to share today is that you can now save the WSJF score to a custom issue field in Jira. This means that the score is available in JQL searches, and visible on the issues themselves as long as you configure the app to save the score. There is also extensive help documentation baked into the app in case you run in to problems.

We think this is a big step forward in terms of the app's integration with Jira, and we believe this will make it even more useful for teams who use WSJF for their prioritization sessions.

We've also added the ability to provide feedback to us directly inside the app by clicking the feedback button. We can't wait to hear what you have to say as we continue to evolve both the Example Mapping for Jira and WSJF Priority Calculator apps moving forwards.

Secondly, Atlassian are currently running an #Appsforeveryteam event. The campaign's purpose is to highlight that you can make any of their tools work for your teams' unique needs by using some of the apps available in the Atlassian Marketplace.

There are thousands of apps and integrations to try and most offer a free trial, so why not give them a go? Especially our own apps!