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Transfer Data from Jenkins to Microsoft Teams: A Step-by-Step Guide

With Magical, you can transfer data from Jenkins to Microsoft Teams in seconds – no complex integrations or code required. In this post, we'll discuss what Magical is, how to install it, and how to use Magical to transfer data from Jenkins to Microsoft Teams, helping you streamline your workflow and optimize your project management processes.

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What Jenkins data can you transfer

Magical enables you to transfer a wide array of data from Jenkins to Microsoft Teams. Here are some examples of the information you can extract:

Build Status
Job Name
Build Number
And move more types of information by creating your own custom labels.

How to Transfer data from Jenkins to Microsoft Teams using Magical?

Now that you have the Magical Chrome extension installed, let's discuss how to transfer data from Jenkins to Microsoft Teams for more efficient project management. Follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to your Jenkins account and open the project containing the data you want to transfer, such as build status and commit messages.
  2. In Jenkins, label the information you want to transfer with Magical, like Build Status, Commit Message, or Project Name.
  3. Sign in to your Microsoft Teams account and open the channel where you want to add the Jenkins data.
  4. Type "//" in an empty field and select the information you want to transfer from Jenkins such as Build Status, Project Name, etc.
  5. The next time you fill out a record, Magical will automatically transfer all the fields into the form with one click.

About Jenkins and Microsoft Teams

Swift and efficient data transfer in project management is crucial to maintaining project timelines and quality. Jenkins is a powerful automation server and Microsoft Teams is a robust collaboration platform. Combining the capabilities of these two platforms can significantly enhance your project management efforts. By leveraging Magical, you can easily move information from Jenkins to Microsoft Teams, allowing you to focus on managing your projects and improving team collaboration.

Other ways to connect Jenkins and Microsoft Teams

Using Zapier

Zapier provides a seamless connection between Jenkins and Microsoft Teams, allowing for automatic data transfer between the two platforms without the need for coding. This integration offers a variety of triggers and actions, enabling you to automate workflows and save time

Using an API

An additional approach to integrate Jenkins and Microsoft Teams is by directly utilizing their APIs. By integrating both APIs, you empower development and project management teams with real-time project insights, fostering improved communication and a superior project management experience. To employ this method, refer to their respective API documentation.

Common questions


Magical is a chrome extension that allows users to extract information from any website without complex integrations or APIs. You can run it on Jenkins and transfer data directly to Microsoft Teams. The extension is designed to simplify the process of data collection by automating the extraction of information from Jenkins. Magical is free, easy to use, and it can save you a lot of time and effort.


To start using GetMagical, you need to install the chrome extension. Click the button below to install, or follow the steps to download directly from the Chrome web store.

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