The Complete Guide to Jira with real-world Examples

Full comprehensive guide to Jira Software with real-world examples of how to use, manage & administer Jira for agile PM


Thanks for checking out my course on Jira. If you work in the software space and are looking for a tool for either yourself or your team to track issues and manage agile projects, then this course is perfect for you. Jira is a very comprehensive tool and one of the most popular agile project management tools out there. When used and configured correctly, it can improve any teams efficiency and workflow. I wanted to make sure that this course becomes the full comprehensive guide to Jira that anyone would need to either get introduced to Jira or get fully up to speed with all the concepts and features. I feel the best way of learning something is by example. And so I put in over 7 hours of content explaining the features and concepts with examples and am continuously working on adding more examples and scenarios to share my experience and knowledge in using Jira within the real world.

The course is broken into a few sections. The first part of the course touches on agile concepts and goes into detail with Scrum and Kanban methodologies. By the end of the section, you’ll have a full refresher on these methodologies as I made sure I hit the most important notes when it comes to how they work.

The course then gets into Jira as a team member working within an agile team, where we get our first look at the Jira user interface and how to navigate through it. We also explore how to create issues, work on issues through the agile boards, search for issues, create custom dashboards to see whats happening in Jira and other functions beneficial to any agile team member.

The course then takes a step up in managing an agile team where we’ll focus on configuring and managing agile boards, creating and maintaining the backlog as well as starting and ending sprints and creating releases. All these steps stay true to the agile steps described in the prior section.

Finally, the meat of Jira comes in its administration section and we’ll go over all the main administration sections and each part has an example that you can use to follow along with. By the end of this section, you will understand all the customizable aspects of Jira and be able to cater your own instance to fit your own specific needs.

Lastly, I have been using Jira for several years as my own personal daily task manager but I use the Scrum methodology to do this and have found it very successful, at least for my needs. And so I decided to share this with you towards the end of the section, and will keep adding more scenarios and examples that I can think of.

Overall, I’ve put in a lot of examples and content into this course and am very passionate about Jira and how effective of a tool it can be to any agile team. I’m also here to help answer your questions and if you’re trying to figure out how you could use Jira to help your team, I would be happy to help think through it and possibly even create videos to walk you through it.

Looking forward to seeing you in the course.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who is looking for an agile project management tool
  • Anyone looking to get introduced to Jira and how it works
  • Anyone who is looking to understand all features and concepts of Jira and get up to speed with using and administering Jira for themselves or their teams
  • Anyone looking for examples on how Jira can be used for agile teams and/or ideas on how to take advantage of Jira for various scenarios

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