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As soon as you install SIL and the Power Scripts app, the "Power Plugins Configuration” will appear on the left of your "Manage apps” menu. The Power Plugins Configuration contains the following main sections:

  • SIL Manager

  • Script Templates

  • Power Apps Configuration

  • Power Suite

In the following section, we’ll show you what every item in this configuration menu refers to.

SIL Manager:

The SIL® Manager is the tool used to write scripts and it’s the central repository for all of your scripts.

SIL Manager Page in Jira Admin
  1. Click here to access the "SIL Manager” from the Jira manage apps page.

  2. The SIL Manager interface where you can:

    1. Create new scripts

    2. Modify scripts

    3. Organize scripts into folders

    4. Check the syntax of your scripts

    5. Control how scripts are stored

    6. Configure global settings

Script Templates:

Script Templates are out-of-the-box scripts that you can customize to your needs without writing any code. Check out this detailed explanation of how to use script templates and when.

  1. Click here to access the "Script Templates” from the Jira Manage Apps page

  2. Navigate script templates by type

  3. A list of available script templates per type

You can read through the available script templates to understand what each template does. If you choose a script template to try out, you’ll be presented with the following view:

  1. Dropdown menus to select the ‘Workflow’ and 'Transition' that you’d like to apply the script to

  2. An input text box to enter the script parameters

  3. The SIL code preview displaying the script

When you click on the 'Apply action' button, the script will be automatically applied to the workflow and transition that you chose.

Power Apps Config:

As soon as you download any app from the Power Suite of apps, "Power Apps Config” will appear in the left menu on your "Manage apps” page. As you can notice, only a few of the Power apps configurations appear in the drop-down menu. The ones that appear are the most used configuration and are made available there for easy access.

If you want to access more configurations, you can find them by navigating through the options available on the configuration page. Here’s how it looks like:

  1. This menu shows the top-level configuration settings including settings specific to the Power app you downloaded. In this case, this instance has two power apps installed: Power Scripts and Power Actions (3).

  2. This menu shows the sub-settings under each of the top-level settings.

Power Suite:

Here you can find the Power Suite apps including free connectors such as: