Introducing Marvel for JIRA and Confluence

Posted 1 week ago by Murat Mutlu

We’re excited to announce Marvel for JIRA and Confluence – our latest integration with two of the most popular Atlassian tools for product and development teams.

Prototypes have become a fundamental part of the design-to-development process, so naturally one of the most common uses of Marvel is within project management tools.

Whether it’s spec documents, development tasks or even bug tickets, our prototype links end up everywhere!

Now with Marvel for JIRA and Confluence, those links automatically transform into rich embeds and interactive prototypes, giving your team tons more context around the designs. Oh and embeds stay updated in real-time as you work too!

Here’s how each one works:

Marvel for JIRA

Our JIRA integration lets you add multiple wireframes, designs and prototypes directly to your issues. Each embed comes with project image and additional project information, including the last time it was updated so your dev team will always be in the loop.


Marvel for Confluence

Our Confluence integration embeds fully interactive prototypes right into your pages, so you and your team can click through mockups without leaving your document.


How to get started:

You can install both add-ons by heading to the Atlassian Marketplace to install Marvel for JIRA and Confluence on both Cloud and Server versions.

Get Marvel for JIRA
Get Marvel for Confluence

Over the coming weeks we’ll be launching even more integrations and tools for bridging the gap between design and development. Stay tuned!

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