Jira Data Center and Server mobile app
Jira Service Management has successfully passed the Beta stage and is now officially supported in the mobile app. To get this version, you'll need to upgrade to Jira Service Management 4.15 or later. If you can't upgrade yet, you can continue using Beta.
A native app for Jira Service Management Data Center and Server is here!
About the app
Here’s what you’ll get, and what you can do in the app.
Available right now
Viewing Jira Service Management projects and requests
Commenting internally and externally
Notifications about request updates
Working on requests (creating, editing, linking, reassigning, responding to customers, etc.)
Viewing SLAs and planning which tasks need to be resolved first
- Jira Service Management specific fields (Organization, Request type, Request participant), view-only
Still working on
Request support (Approvals, attachments)
- Allowing editing of Jira Service Management specific fields in the app
- Agent queues
Jira Service Management
You’ll need to install the latest version of the Mobile Plugin for Jira from Atlassian Marketplace, or upgrade to Jira Service Management 4.15 or later, which includes the plugin out of the box.
To use the app, your users will need a device with either:
Android 5.1 (Lollipop) or later, or
iOS 14 or later (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch)
Downloading the app
If you already used our Jira Data Center and Server app for Jira Software or Jira Core, you’re good to go, it’s the same app. If not, you can download it for Android or iOS.
Considerations for administrators
Here are some things to consider when determining whether your users will be able to use the app.
VPN and firewalls
If your Jira instance is not accessible on the public internet, users will need to connect their device to your network or virtual private network (VPN) in order to use the app.
We recommend providing your users with step-by-step instructions on how to connect to your VPN when you let them know the mobile app is available, as this is something Atlassian Support will not be able to help them with.
The app accepts both HTTP and HTTPS connections.
If your Jira instance is configured to use SSL, you will not be able to log in on the app if:
your certificate is self signed
the Certificate Authority (CA) is unknown, or is not one that Android / iOS trusts by default (for example it might be a new CA that is not yet trusted, or a private CA)
your certificate is missing an intermediate CA, affecting the certificate chain
your certificate doesn't meet Apple's Requirements for trusted certificates in iOS 13 (affects people using the app on iOS devices).
See our Knowledge base article for information on how to resolve this.
Storage and encryption
The iOS and Android apps cache some content (issues, projects, boards) locally on the device. This helps keep the app responsive when navigating around projects and issues. We don't use any application-level encryption when storing cached data, but the device's internal storage may be encrypted by the operating system.
When a user logs out, all cached data is deleted.
We don't store passwords in the app. Instead we use session cookies, which are encrypted by default.
Login and authentication
The app supports all common Jira user management configurations, including external user directories and SAML single sign-on (NTLM method isn't supported, only basic). Users will need to sign in to use the app, even if your site allows anonymous access.
Mobile Device Management (MDM)
You can distribute the Jira Server app to people in your organisation using your MDM solution. For more info on how to do this, see Mobile Device Management.
Third party add-ons and visual customizations
The mobile app provides a simple, lightweight way for users to view, create, edit and collaborate on issues. Complex interactions, including those provided by add-ons, will not be available in the app.
Any look and feel customizations you’ve made to your Jira instance will not be reflected in the app.
The Jira Data Center and Server mobile app can push notifications directly to users' devices. Users choose whether they'd like to receive push notifications from the app, and can opt out at any time. This feature uses a cloud-based notifications service developed and maintained by Atlassian and hosted on our AWS infrastructure. No user or message content is sent to the service, only notification IDs, and we don't store any data.
- If you need to avoid using any cloud-based services you can choose to disable push notifications entirely. Head to Administration (. > System > Jira mobile app
- If you're using restrictive firewall or proxy server settings, you'll need to allow (whitelist)
https://mobile-server-push-notification.atlassian.comto ensure push notifications work as expected.
For sites that are not accessible on the public internet (for example users need to be connected via VPN to use the app) we adapt the push notification message as follows:
- If the user is connected to your network or VPN, we'll show the full notification, for example "Sara Leung shared 'End of year party' with you"
- If the user is not currently connected to your network or VPN, we'll show a shorter notification, for example "1 new notification".
For more info about push notifications, see Push notifications.
Related pages and known issues
If you’re having problems with logging in or encountered some other issues, head on to our knowledge base articles that will tell you what to do:
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