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Collaborate and Manage Projects Better Across Jira Instances

Whether you are a project manager or a consultant, keeping everyone up to date and collaborating with clients, partners, or colleagues on Jira can get tough. This is especially true if they are working on different Jira projects or instances with varying workflows. In this case, manually copying, bulk cloning, and linking Jira issues from one instance to the other can not only be very time consuming but also prone to errors. 

Luckily, Backbone Issue Sync for Jira can help you link, copy, and synchronize Jira issues across projects and instances. This would allow you to save time, improve operational visibility, and stay focused on doing what you love.

Automate Project Collaboration

Using Backbone, you can connect multiple Jira projects with each other, both within and outside your organisation. After Jira projects are paired, all Jira issues will be linked and automatically synchronized and updated in real-time.

Complete Issue Sync Flexibility

Thanks to the intuitive JQL editor, you get full control over which Jira issues to sync. This also applies to Jira data such as custom fields, comments, attachments, and project versions. In addition, it is possible to sync Jira issues for all combinations of Jira Cloud, Server, or Data Center instances. Since you never leave your own Jira instance, you can keep your own workflows.

Data Security and Privacy

Backbone’s Cloud Fortified status guarantees the best possible security, performance reliability, and support. In addition, by selecting between uni-directional or bi-directional settings, you can allow either one side or both sides to make changes to the Jira issues, therefore giving you complete control over the data flow. Fool-proof security is ensured as only authorized people can change the Jira issue sync's settings.

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