Forge is now available for Jira Service Management!

We’re excited to share that you can now use Forge to build apps for Jira Service Management.

REST APIs for Jira Service Management are now compatible with Forge, as well as 8 UI extension points: queuePage , portalRequestDetail , portalRequestDetailPanel , organizationPanel , portalHeader , portalFooter , portalSubheader , and portalProfile .

These updates represent the first phase of Forge support for Jira Service Management, with more to come. In a later release, we plan to add several more UI extension extension points and the ability for anonymous users (users not logged in with an Atlassian ID) to initiate requests through the service portal.

We’ve published several pieces of content to help you get up to speed on what’s new:

We know the ability to build for Jira Service Management has been highly requested by Forge users, and this work fits with our larger strategy of enabling Forge across Atlassian products. If you want to hear more about Forge for Jira Service Management and what else is in the works for Forge, we invite you to watch the public roadmap.

To consolidate your feedback in one place, we’ll be monitoring this post in the Forge category. Let us know if you have any questions over in that thread - we’re standing by to help out.

Abhinaya Sinha
Group Product Manager


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