Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past two years, chances are you’re well-acquainted with today’s hybrid work environment and the tools that come with the territory. Platforms such as Jira, Trello and Slack are well established as tools that enable high-level remote collaboration and task management. ConfigCat provides straightforward integrations with Jira, Trello, and Slack that allow for higher visibility and easier, more convenient feature flag management. In this blog, I’ll go through these feature flag devices one by one, outlining their functionality and how to integrate them.
Manage your feature flags directly from Jira Cloud
First up, it’s Jira. Much as the name suggests, ConfigCat’s Jira Cloud Plugin allows you to manage your feature flags directly from… Jira Cloud! Here’s what it enables you to do:
- Link ConfigCat feature flags to your Jira tickets
- Turn features on or off directly from a linked ticket on your Jira board
- Add percentage or targeting rules
- View linked Jira issues in the ConfigCat Dashboard and jump directly to the ticket
Turn your feature flags on/off straight from Trello
It’s Trello’s turn next! With ConfigCat’s Trello Power-Up, you can manage your feature flags directly in Trello by linking them to any of your Trello cards. What’s more, this Power-Up will also enable you to update your feature flags without needing to switch to the ConfigCat dashboard, and you’ll also get real-time updates plus the ability to add targeting or percentage rules.
Stay up to date on your feature flags from Slack
Last but not least- Slack! ConfigCat’s Feature Flags app for Slack sends you real-time updates directly on Slack, letting you know when someone changes one of your feature switches. Useful, isn’t it?
And that’s it! These integrations are designed with the aim of making feature flag management simpler and more convenient.