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  1. Hey Alfred community! I've recently made an Alfred workflow for managing Jira Cloud. Please try it out if you are interested! http://www.packal.org/workflow/jiralfred-jira-x-alfred Github: https://github.com/jackchuka/alfred-workflow-jira I've seen many Jira workflows in the past but none were suited to my daily routines, whether they were setup-heavy, very few operations, or dependency-heavy. So I built my own with these in mind, It's made on top of a widely used go-jira/jira command line tool so you are probably already familiar to. It also
  2. I've noticed a few threads on the forum that integrate Alfred with JIRA but wasn't quite able to find one that did everything I was looking for so I decided to try my hand at writing my own (in Node.js). Here are a few of the features: List issues assigned to you List issues that you are "watching" Search JIRA Assign an issue to a user Transition the status of an issue Quickly add a comment to an issue View an issue's priority Watch/Unwatch an issue Open issue in a web browser I'm still in the process of developing the work
  3. Hi everyone, here is a workflow for Alfred integration with Asana. It integrates through concept of GTD. Also it integrates with AnyBar and Atlassian Jira. It is quite advanced so check the documentation here: https://jotc.herokuapp.com/software/alfred_workflows#asana_workflow. It basically looks like this: It is written in Ruby, dependencies are listed in readme with guidance. THE WORKFLOW IS DEPRECATED. I use now an alternative written in Golang but it doesn't include a cloud solution (thus not synced between mobile and computer) so I don't offer it y
  4. Hi everyone, I have been using Alfred for a while and I am so happy with it that this weekend I decided to create my first Workflow: a JIRA Task Manager. I used the Python Library for Alfred and jira-python. You can find the code here: https://github.com/miguelpuyol/Jira-Alfred-Workflow You can directly download the workflow here: https://github.com/miguelpuyol/Jira-Alfred-Workflow/blob/master/Jira%20Task%20Manager.alfredworkflow Please note that you have to provide the server, username, Greenhopper board Id and the Apple Keychain service account that stores your password.
  5. Howdy all, So I use Atlassian JIRA at work and in personal aspects of life. I am coming up with a design to allow quick creation of new tickets and searching of existing tickets (as a starting point). Not sure at this stage how extensive the workflow will be (will greatly depend on how long it takes to develop the minimum features I require and then how much I can get done before the start of next semester . Basic functionality I am looking at thus far is: Cache available projects Cache available assignable users (possibly/depending on how well this would work with thousands of users
  6. I've started on a JIRA workflow for Alfred that uses the JIRA API and GreenHopper API through jira-python. This is really, really new and has basically no testing so any feedback is appreciated. Improvements to the instructions are greatly appreciated. If anyone has a public JIRA install they can use to create screenshots, it would also be greatly appreciated. Download Pre-built workflows can be downloaded from GitHub. The source is also available for those looking to extend/modify it. Dependencies There are none! The workflow bundles all of its dependencies when it's built
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