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by Jerome Josephraj


Using NoCodeBDD, you could synch your BDD Features, Scenarios, Steps, Scenario Outline, and Tags, created in NoCodeBDD, to a JIRA Ticket with few clicks, as shown in the following steps:

Set-up process

Before you start, follow these one-time setup processes in JIRA and in NoCodeBDD

JIRA Set-up process

In JIRA, search for the “NoCodeBDD JIRA Synch” app in the marketplace and enable it. This is the only setup that is required in JIRA Cloud. If you have a different version of JIRA, please get in touch with

NoCodeBDD JIRA Plugin

  1. In NoCodeBDD, enable the JIRA plugin as shown below:
Enable JIRA Plugin in NoCodeBDD
Enable JIRA Plugin in NoCodeBDD

2. Go to the settings page and provide JIRA credentials as shown below:

NoCodeBDD JIRA Setup

Synch Features

The following steps explain how you can synch BDD Features, Scenarios, Steps, Scenario Outline, and Tags with just a click of a button

  1. Once the one-time initial setup process is done, click on the Features burger menu and select the “Link JIRA” menu as shown below:
Linking BDD Feature to JIRA
Linking BDD Feature to JIRA

2. In the “Link JIRA Ticket” page, select the JIRA project and search for the JIRA ticket using JIRA issue id, and select the issue you want your BDD features to synch as shown below:

Synching BDD Features with JIRA
Synch BDD Features in JIRA

3. Once the JIRA ticket is linked, you can find the synched Features and all related information in that JIRA ticket:

NoCodeBDD tab in JIRA
NoCodeBDD tab in JIRA
JIRA showing NoCodeBDD features and Scenarios
JIRA showing NoCodeBDD features and Scenarios

4. Once a Feature is linked to a JIRA ticket, any changes to the feature including adding any new Scenarios, Steps would automatically synch with JIRA


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