Foxly
Backlog Prioritization & Planning for Jira

Manage your Jira backlog
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Foxly: your Jira prioritization plugin - Jira project management tool for inclusive prioritization play-button

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Inclusive

Ensure everyone is aligned and involved with inclusive prioritization

Efficient

Keep your prioritization in Jira, instead of switching between apps

Informed

Bring data into your prioritization process, then make decisions

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Stay up to date, everyone

Keep your team informed and up to date with latest work priorities, thanks to real-time access to metrics that can be edited and automatically factored into priority scores.

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Make data-driven decisions

Use Foxly’s interactive priority table and priority matrix to identify impactful issues including quick wins, so you and your team can make the right decisions together.

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Standardize prioritization

Standardize your backlog prioritization process with custom or pre-defined prioritization techniques such as RICE, ICE, WSJF etc., that use data metrics and real-time priority scoring.

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FAQs

Because some questions needs answers.

Foxly is priced per user: it's $4 for up to 10 users, then it's 0.4 per user. If you've got more than 499 users, then it's even cheaper. If you want to know more about our pricing, visit the Atlassian Marketplace.
Get a 30-day free trial of Foxly’s full functionality by installing this Jira plugin from the Atlassian Marketplace. Once your admin has installed Foxly, all users can enjoy a free trial for 30 days, after which a fee is required to continue using the app.
Foxly adheres to all Atlassian Marketplace security programs, which means peace of mind to our customers knowing their data is secure.
  • Bug Bounty Program

    Foxly is part of the Atlassian Marketplace Bug Bounty Program, a very powerful post-production tool that helps detect vulnerabilities in our applications; basically, 100 security researchers test our apps on a daily basis. Foxly is identifiable by the security badge we have on our Marketplace app listing.

  • Security Self Assessment

    Every year, Atlassian and Marketplace partners (such as us) work together on a security self-assessment that Atlassian reviews and approves; it consists of pinpointing vulnerabilities and identifying improvements. We apply to this every year.

  • CAIQ-Lite

    This is an assessment questionnaire created to accommodate the shift to cloud, and enable cybersecurity professionals to more easily engage with cloud vendors like us; the questionnaire features 71 questions.

  • Atlassian Silver Solution Partner

    Atlassian recognizes Jexo’s expertise and experience with Atlassian products, and our full commitment to the Atlassian Marketplace Partner Program. And though, a silver badge may require us to meet a 48h SLA on support requests, we usually respond within 2 hours.

The idea of integration is to make everyone’s job easier by enabling existing tools to talk to each other and share information. Foxly is so well integrated with Jira, you’d think they’re one app.
  • You can prioritize Jira project tasks in Foxly directly.

  • Priority scores and metrics are stored in custom fields; they can be automated and used to search issues in Jira.

  • Priority score can be shown in the backlog as well as your Kanban cards.

  • Foxly’s priority panel is available in every issue detail in Jira.

Yes you can.

With Foxly, you can customize priority metrics and the score formula in whichever way works best for your specific project or organization. Prioritization doesn’t get more tailored than this.

Yes.



You can create a custom prioritization template that features any formula of your choosing to calculate priority scores. Metrics (or factors) can be created in Foxly as well.

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Yes, you can.

One of the predefined prioritization models featured in Foxly is Weighted Shortest Job First (or WSJF) which helps calculate and understand the level of financial impact of not finishing a task or implementing the solution sooner than later; the cost of delay. The WSJF prioritization framework is usually used in larger projects and organizations that use SAFe. faq-wsjf-template
Yes, there is.

Foxly features a custom field called Priority Score by default, where the priority score of an issue is stored. There is also the option to store metrics in custom fields that you can later use in Automation for Jira. For more on how to assign priorities to your issues automatically, check out this article on how to do better backlog management.
Foxly paves the way to optimal collaboration between any number of stakeholders. It ensures everyone is included in the prioritization process, and able to participate by editing the priority metrics.