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Synchronise your Workflowy notes to Jira.


Currently we are not publishing JiraFlow via any mechanism. To run JiraFlow you will need to clone this repository and run the code directly.

  1. Clone Repository
git clone
  1. Install .Net Core

JiraFlow is written in .Net Core. To build from source you need to download and install the .Net Core SDK 2.2.

  1. Configure JiraFlow

Create a file in the root called appsettings.json.

    "defaultEpicLink": "EG-123", // The Jira item number of the epic to assign all tasks to
    "host": "", // The hostname of your Jira Server
    "username": "someuser", // Your Jira username
    "password": "my-password", // Your Jira password
    "workflowytoken": "abcd1234abcd1234", // Sign in to workflow in your browser and get the value of the cookie called 'sessionid'
    "projectCode": "EG", // The code for the project to add all items to 
    "assignee": "someuser", // The username of the reporter and assignee in Jira
    "sync_interval": 30000 // Time in milliseconds to synchronise changes


  • Create new Jira items from Workflowy notes.
  • Add a #nojira tag to workflowy items and they will be created in Jira
  • Bullet titles will be used for the Jira Summary
  • Bullet notes will be used for the Jira Description


Robert Stiff –

Distributed under the MIT license. See LICENSE for more information.


  1. Fork it (
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b feature/fooBar)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some fooBar')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin feature/fooBar)
  5. Create a new Pull Request
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