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Disclaimer - New to Jira.
I would like to create an automation that - when a issue is transitioned to complete status, a particular field in issue(say "release notes"), gets appended to a pre-existing confluence page. This will enable me to maintain the change log at one place, where we list down the new features being released and merged. I saw that we can create a confluence page, but how to edit an existing page?
Currently this cannot be done through the normal actions. You would have to run this through the webhook action and the Confluence cloud API - https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/confluence/rest/api-group-content/#api-wiki-rest-api-content-id-put.
The documentation will certainly help explain this in a bit more detail. I am part of the Confluence automation EAP and will make sure your suggestion is put on the list for you.
@Hardik Aggarwal given that the native automation does not support this scenario yet, let me take this opportunity to recommend our app Automated release notes for Jira. It allows you to prepend/append/create/create or update Confluence pages with relevant information from Jira.
Disclaimer - I am a part of the team that develops these apps.