In the Service Group Settings, select the Keys tab, click Add key, and search for Jira. Click Create a key, specify a key name, select the global preset so that you do not need to define your own OAuth credentials, and click Save.
Optionally, create your own OAuth credentials on the Heroku site, configure these as a new connector in Transposit, and then choose the configured connector above.
In the Keys page, where your key is now listed, click Authenticate.
The browser opens, letting you log in to your Atlassian Jira account.
Jira is now enabled to interact with Transposit.
To verify that the connector is set up correctly, do the following.
Add a new action in a script.
Search for the actions related to Jira, select the one you need, and click Add.
Fill out the inputs.
The values you provide here are those that relate to your Jira account where values, such as Project Key and the Issue Type, are defined.
Assign the key that you created earlier.
Run the script and take note of the output in Transposit...
...and on the Atlassian Jira page.