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I am using advanced roadmaps and would like to share this with our Business people. The plan is good for the next 3 months but beyond that, it is still very much a work in progress and are not in a position to share it.
My plan was to include the roadmap in a confluence page. Is there a way I can limit the view?
Hello @Karyn Findlay,
Welcome to Atlassian Community!
When sharing a plan and adding it to Confluence, the link to add on the macro will be based on the same view selected on the Plan in Jira.
With this said, if you select “3M” on Jira and generate the link, it will show the read-only version for three months.
It also happens if you use a date range and generate a new link to add to Confluence.
If after you add it to Confluence, you change the view in Jira to 1 year, for example, it won’t affect the macro.
If there are Epics with the date range for the end of the year, for example, the user who is viewing the roadmap on Confluence will be able to click and view it, but if they refresh the page, it will show again the three months, it will be the default view.
Hope this helps!