You’ve gone through the backlog, prioritized what needs to happen, and planned your next sprint. There have been meetings and messages, and everyone knows what they’re supposed to do. Now you just need a way to stay updated on how their work is going. You trust your developers to get things done, but you want the ability to identify and address blockers as they happen. You’re here to help your team, and you want to know exactly where and when to give that support. Find out how the sprint execution workflow makes this happen.
1. Sign up
Sign up to Unito and authorize access to both Jira and GitHub.
2. Choose what to sync
Select Jira and pick the project you want to sync. Then pick the destination repo within GitHub (or vice versa).
If you don’t want to share everything between the tools, add rules to specify which projects, repos, and issues you want to sync.
4. Map your fields and launch
Unito will attempt to match fields on your behalf but you should review and adjust as needed. Then “create flow” and you’re done.
What Unito syncs:
|Due date||Milestone due date|
|Issue type||Issue type|
Unito is the only tool that provides full, bi-directional sync (information flows both ways).
Unito’s integrations go deeper, with the ability to sync comments, custom fields, and more.
Easy to set up
Unito is self-serve and can be set up in minutes by anyone, no coding required.
Dedicated customer support
Unito’s customer support team has a 95% customer satisfaction rating.
We use the OAuth standard to access your tools and we don’t store your data.
Allows Agile teams to track workflow with non-JIRA using team with Unito doing all the heavy lifting.