Butler: Using the Jira and Slack Integrations

Butler can be used beyond the boundaries of Trello to create new tickets in Jira, post comments on existing tickets, or send custom messages via Slack. If you're not familiar with Butler, check out our intro guide here: An Introduction to Butler

Connected Apps

To use the Jira and Slack actions in your commands, Butler must first be connected and authorized with them. In the bottom left hand corner of the Butler menu, select Connected Apps, then select the product you want to connect.

Connecting to Jira

After selecting Connect with JIRA, you’ll be asked to authorize which Jira instance Butler should connect to.
Please note: Your account must have the appropriate permissions to enable integrations with Jira.

Jira Actions in Butler

You can find the actions available for Jira under the aptly named section. These actions can be used in all types of Butler commands.

Connecting to Slack

After selecting Connect with Slack, you’ll be asked to authorize which Slack workspace Butler should connect to.

Please note: Your account must have the appropriate permissions to enable integrations with Slack.

Slack Actions in Butler

You can find the actions available for Slack under the Slack section. These actions are available in all types of Butler commands.

Removing the connections

To remove the connection between Butler and Jira/Slack, open the Connected Apps section and select either Revoke access to your JIRA account or Remove your Slack workspace connection(s).

Questions or Feedback?

Having trouble getting the integrations connected? Can't get your command to work just the way you want? Have an idea for a new Butler feature? Reach out to us at https://trello.com/contact and let us know!