I would like to automate the process where creation of a Jira task with a given label say “Design” would create a new wiki template page say “Solution Design document template” for a given space “Architecture”. Not sure if there is something (macro) already available or someone has done something similar before.
I did find the following link below where its mostly talking about displaying Jira issues/reports in confluence pages using macros and how to create jira issues from confluence but doesn’t talk about other way around from jira to confluence page.
Any help would be appreciated.
Hey @Um Vas
I asked a similar question not so long ago...this was Atlassian's response.
"Not at the moment. We will look into this in the future but we don't have a roadmap or timelines at this stage.
We have a public ticket tracking this: https://codebarrel.atlassian.net/browse/AUT-269"
Hi @Um Vas ,
One way to connect Jira Automation with Confluence is to use the plugin mailto.wiki - Send Emails to Confluence. Jira Automation can send emails as action and mailto.wiki can convert emails into Confluence pages/posts. This allows you to automatically create confluence pages when you create Jira issues with the label "Design". However, it is currently only possible to create pages with the default template.
If you are interested in this solution I have published a detailed blog post on this topic here:
There is a new app on the Marketplace - ACI (Advanced Confluence Integration for Jira). It seems like it can do exactly what you want. https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1224763/coji-confluence-pages-for-jira?hosting=cloud&tab=overview