JIRA Workflow for software development and quality analyst (QA) teams

Jira is a proprietary issue tracking product, developed by Atlassian. It provides bug tracking, issue tracking, and project management functions. It is used by over 25,000 customers in 122 countries around the globe. JIRA Workflow is one of the administrative utility for JIRA administrators for managing their task hierarchy.

This blog is to specifically help JIRA based organisations to manage their workflow mechanism to achieve a matured and structured project tracking and management system.

 NOTE: If you are reading this blog, then it is assumed that you have knowledge about what JIRA does and why it is used. The context is to help the software development and quality analyst (QA) teams to start functioning on the core system rather than drawing their workflow which is sought of standardised across the companies. 


The above workflow is simplified yet a fully managed for every simple software development and quality analyst (QA) team.

From Transition To
Complete Requirements Close Issue Start Progress Missing Tech Requirements Close Issue Development is Complete Task Completed Freeze Issue Code Review is In Progress For Testing In Testing Disabled Feature Encountered Bugs / Errors No Bugs / Errors Start Progress Deployed to Production Verified to Production Reopen Issue Reopen Issue Close Issue Reopen Issue Close Issue Start Progress
Completed Tech Requirements Unfreeze Issue Importing workflow into JIRA


An industry acceptable JIRA workflow is ready for your team to work with a standard process.

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