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I'd like to utilize Jira and confluence to share dependencies. I have three teams utilizing Jira and they have different boards. Are you able to share with me some options that I can use between both tools (Jira and confluence)? Ideally Id like a view of tickets that are listed as related to or blocked by on one page even if it is a different project or board.
The Dependencies are tied to Issue Links, by default Portfolio only as the link type Blocks configured but additional dependencies can be configured, when an issue is linked to another issue and the Dependency is mapped to the link type, the dependency is set on the issue and the report automatically pulls in the data from the current state of the mapping.
Details on linking the issues and configuring additional link types as Dependencies can be found here:
I think this is helpful but what I am asking is more of ways to create this report. We do not have this view right now. It seems the directions you gave me is more of how to share it once its already created.
Are you able to tell me how to create this? I have three teams in Jira on different boards. One team is cloud based.
If you have the HTML macro enabled for Confluence, you can use the Portfolio report share option to get an iframe url snippet you can put into an HTML macro to render the data in a confluence page.
Additional detaisl can be found: