What would you miss most if you were to switch to another app?
Sincerely the only thing that I can’t find in Notion which somewhat beats the hell out of Jira, is it’s rules system.
With Jira you can have an extremely rigid issue system, with a very constrained workflow. Most of the other services are focused on the UI/UX of handling the issues and data, which Jira fails to do, but when it comes to defining a workflow, I don’t know anything better that it.
So if you don’t have any need of a specific imperative and constrained workflow I would suggest moving to something else, especially Notion, which will save you the headaches and money for having Jira + Confluence (Atlassian’s wiki).
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