Jira SSO (Single Sign-On) Project Management Software Integration

Sync projects, tasks, and issues for better visibility and superior collaboration across platforms

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Wrike Benefit
Tasks and issues for the same projects live in two independent systems

Wrike Benefit
Inefficient collaboration leads to delays and decreased productivity

Wrike Benefit
Running reports can require extra effort and manual data entry

Bring Wrike & JIRA together and become insanely productive

  • Create new issues in JIRA from within Wrike
    Create new issues in JIRA from within Wrike
  • Plan projects that have a mix of JIRA and Wrike-only tasks
    Plan projects that have a mix of JIRA and Wrike-only tasks
  • Comments you make in Wrike appear in JIRA, and vice-versa
    Comments you make in Wrike appear in JIRA, and vice-versa
  • Group JIRA epics, issues, and subtasks in Wrike
    Group JIRA epics, issues, and subtasks in Wrike

Sync with JIRA and everyone wins

Wrike Benefit
You stay in Wrike and they stay in JIRA

Wrike Benefit
Business and technical teams collaborate directly on projects

Wrike Benefit
Project Managers coordinate across teams and systems, in one place

Wrike Benefit
Executives get multi-project
visibility and reporting all in Wrike

The integration has improved the relationship between our solutions managers and developers. Each division is happy they can use their own tool and easily engage with each other to deliver the overall project.

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Visit our Help Center to learn more about Wrike & JIRA two-way sync.

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FAQ

Yes! You can not only create Jira tasks within Wrike, but you can also update existing tasks, including their title, description, due date, and more. Comments are synced between the two platforms automatically, so everyone stays on the same page at all times.
The sync between Wrike and Jira is a two-way sync based on a link you create between a Wrike folder and Jira project. This means as long as you keep tasks within those set structures, all synced fields are automatically kept updated. You can learn more about how the sync is set up on the Wrike Help Center.
Yes, comments made from either Wrike or Jira will appear in both platforms. While you do not need an account in both platforms in order to make changes or leave comments, your name will only be synced in both platforms if you have an account in both platforms.