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Wasn't sure if I should post this in a Jira Software forum or the Confluence forum, as it relates to both.
I'm curious if others have encountered this & how they've approached solutions.
In our org., we have a small set of Jira users - primarily the IT dept & Scrum team. But everyone in our org. has a Confluence license. I set up our Scrum Team Confluence space's Overview page with the Agile Wallboard Gadget macro & Days Remaining in Sprint macro so that everyone, including our stakeholders who are not Jira license holders, can see what we're up to on any given sprint (transparency is one of the pillars of Scrum, after all!).
...but alas, we discovered that these macros don't display for non-Jira license holders. *sad trombone* I would understand not allowing non-Jira-license-holders to drill into the issues by opening up their details and all that, but these macros really feel like they should be a glimpse into Jira for our Confluence users.
Is there a creative solution for displaying your Sprint-related macros to non-Jira users that you've used? Is there any way around these locked-down Jira license requirements?