Hey fam 👋,
OAuth 2.0 is here! And with it comes improved security and stricter compliance protocols, creating a stronger authentication between Miro and Jira.
Note: OAuth 2.0 is only supported for Jira Cloud customers. Jira Server & Data Center customers will still need to use OAuth 1.0x.
What is OAuth 2.0:
It is an industry standard protocol for authorization. To learn more about OAuth 2.0 as a technical concept, click here.
What it means for Miro users:
When authenticating the Jira integration with OAuth 2.0, users can import issues from multiple Jira instances into a board.
What Miro users need to do:
Existing Jira Integration user
No action required.
However, if you want to update your authentication method from OAuth 1.0x to OAuth 2.0 (specific to Jira Cloud customers), a Miro Admin will need to update the Jira integration settings following these instructions <<here>>
Interested in installing and using the Jira integration?
All you need to do is install the Jira integration yourself from the Miro marketplace.
Give it a try!
For any other questions, leave us a comment below.