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Each week we hold a dev meeting and for each meeting notes are taken and saved into confluence. Is it possible to embed into these notes a report that contains all work items in a particular project (or projects) that have changed state in the last week?
I guess in the meeting notes you don't want a dynamically updated list of issues. It mean you should the "updated >= -7d" JQL query and somehow capture the returned issues and insert those to Confluence.
One way could be exporting those to PDF or Excel and attaching the resulted files to the Confluence page. You could even use a Confluence macro to show the results without the file being downloaded.
Wouldn't this provide a constantly updating report? I'm trying to have an automated snapshot, 7 days worth of changed issues from the date the confluence note is created. Maybe there's a way to save the date the confluence date is created and then reference that from the JQL?
Worst case scenario is I provide my project managers the JQL snippet and teach them how to replace the date in the snippet. It's not as automated as everything else in our process but would work.
It would be nice if Confluence exposed some variables to the JQL.