The first step is setting up a new connection in test IO and assigning it to the respective project in your bug tracker. This can be done via Integrations > Bug Tracker > Manage Connections > Add a connection. 

To add a new connection you'll need to: 

  • Provide access to your bug tracking instance (the account you use should have the rights to read and write issues)
  • Pick a project for the bug export
  • Go through the mapping and pick which test IO information your ticket fields should be populated with

If the configuration was successful, a demo bug will be exported into your system. To complete the process, please assign the created connection to a test IO product. All bugs reported in the selected test IO product will be exported into the mapped project in your system. 

Important: 

If you are using Jira Cloud or Jira Server, you can install a test IO add-on, which is available on the Jira Atlassian Marketplace.

Exporting a Bug

There are two export modes available: Auto and Manual 

  • Auto-export will automatically push every accepted bug into your system. 
  • Manual mode requires an additional click on "Export" to trigger it. 

You can export a bug via the bug list (Column "Status" > "export") or via the bug detail view by clicking on the "Export" button at the bottom.

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