Integrating Jira with Flurry

Flurry’s Jira integration allows you to track and resolve bugs faster by automatically creating a Jira ticket the first time a crash occurs. This integration is currently only available for Jira Cloud.

Don’t have Flurry Crash installed? No problem! You can install Flurry Crash in a couple of minutes. See our installation instructions for Android and iOS.

Configure Jira for Flurry Integration

Create an API Token

To set up Flurry’s Jira integration, you will have to generate an API token in Jira Cloud. To create an API token from your Atlassian account:

  1. Log in to Jira’s API token settings.

  2. Click Create API token.

  3. From the dialog that appears, enter a memorable and concise Label for your token and click Create.

  4. Click Copy to clipboard, then paste this API token somewhere secure, as you’ll need it later.

Create a “Bug” issue type

Flurry’s Jira integration creates issues with the type “Bug”. If this issue type doesn’t already exist in your project, you’ll need to create it:

  1. Open Project Settings in Jira.

  2. Click Issue types.

  3. Click Add issue type.

  4. Select “Bug”, or enter it manually.

Locate Your Jira Project Key

Locating the project key in Jira is easy.

  1. Log in to Atlassian.

  2. Click on your Jira Software instance.

  3. Copy the Key of the project you want to integrate Flurry with. Then paste this Project Key somewhere secure, as you’ll need it later.

Enable Jira in Flurry

  1. In Flurry, navigate to the Admin settings.

  2. Click on Apps.

  3. Click Edit on the app you want to enable Jira on.

  4. Scroll down to the “Jira Integration” section

  5. Fill out the following fields:

  • Jira email address

  • Jira API token (see instructions above)

  • Jira Instance URL, enter your URL in this format:

    https://[workspace-name].atlassian.net/

  • Jira Project Key (see instructions above)

  1. Toggle the Enable switch on.

  2. Click Save.