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Confluence Cloud: Customize data fields of linked JIRA "display card"


Dear Atlassian-Team and community,

let me start by saying that I think the new "Whiteboard" Beta Feature is awesome. There are many companies that use FigJam or Miro to conduct agile ceremonies and with this Whiteboard feature all can be done inside of Confluence.

There is one additional functionality what would be a game changer. I already love the fact that one can add to a product roadmap, PI planning page or a simple sprint ceremony the actual tickets from JRIA with a dynamic link showing the

  • summary
  • priority
  • assignee, and
  • status

Screenshot 2023-10-13 174158.png

At our company we also use a "Red-Amber-Green (RAG)" data field on our JIRA tickets to conduct status meetings. If you were to enable users to customize which data fields the "jira card" displays on Whiteboards, one could use Whiteboard also for Status meetings or many other use cases not covered by the out-of-the-box standard fields above. We, for instance, would not display priority and instead show the RAG in our status meetings.





PS: I was not able to log a suggestion under which is why I am posting it here.

1 comment

Christina Ristevski
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Nov 07, 2023

Hey @Michael Eichert thanks for the feature request. Totally hear you on this one, it's something we're keen to look into as well. 


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