User guide. Part III. Bot abilities
Why do we need a bot?Bot manages all chats created from Jira.
Bot checks recently added users, and, if they are registered in Telegram Integration, they can see this chat in the list in project menu. Otherwise bot posts in chat a warning message.
Bot can send notifications about changes in JIRA to you directly and to chats. Notification schema is the same as schema for emails.
List of events reported by the bot:
- Issue created
- Issue resolved
- Issue closed
- Issue assigned
- Issue deleted
- Issue commented
- Issue comment edited
- Issue deleted
If issue or chat for issue was deleted, bot sends notification to this chat and leaves it.
If user edits a message in chat with "autopost messages in comments" feature enabled, comment also will be edited.
Bot can be added only in chats, created from Jira.
This command displays all commands the bot has to offer. /help [command] can display deeper information
This command is used to connect your JIRA and Telegram accounts. Works only in private chat with bot.
You can reply with this command to send replied message to JIRA or you can use it inline like this: /comment some important text. In order to detect replies, bot must have admin rights in current group. Works only in issue chats.
This command is used to create tasks directly from telegram chat. You can use this command only in private chat with bot. Bot will ask you for all required fields, which are needed for task creation
You can log your work with this command only in private chat with bot. You should pass an issue key as an argument for this command (e.g. /work ISSUE-1).
If you try to use wrong command or the command syntax is invalid the bot will say so.
Also, if you would like to have command suggestions while typing, you have to add commands to your bot via BotFather by yourself.