While plans and concepts come to life in Figma and FigJam, Jira is where ideas become structured tasks. Jira and Figma work together to help teams move work forward—no matter which tool they’re in.
Use the Jira widget to pull Jira projects and all of their associated issues into the canvas to discuss and update as a team. Adjust assignee, priority, status, and issue type right in FigJam, while maintaining your source of truth in Jira. And, if new to-dos come up in a meeting, you can capture easily capture them as new issues in Jira, and even link associated designs from Figma.
Learn more about how to use this widget with your team and try it out for yourself in this playground file: https://www.figma.com/community/file/1103763834461981621/
Go from brainstorming and bug bashing to building with fewer steps in between with the GitHub widget for FigJam. GitHub and Figma work together to help teams move project work forward—no matter which tool they’re in. In FigJam, you can use the GitHub widget to pull GitHub issues onto the canvas to discuss and update […]
Loom is the video communication tool for async work. You can express your thoughts in less time, sharing quick feedback, or deep communication with just a click.The Loom widget allows you to embed public Loom videos in your FigJim board, adding rich video context. Use embedded Looms in FigJam to walk through and explain your […]
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