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How to move confluence notes to Jira tickets


I am looking for a macro or other option by which I can enable notes being captured in confluence are replicated against a Jira ticket. Each day we capture the status in our daily standup and same I want to reflect it against the tickets. How do I get this done?




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Mike Bowen
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May 18, 2021


Why don't you do the following:

  1. Create a custom note field for your ticket(s). 
  2. Create a Jira filter showing the ticket with the note field. 
  3. Create a Confluence page and add the Jira filter macro to it and point it to the filter you've created.
  4. Set up the columns to include the note field. 

During your daily standup, add status details to the note field on the Jira ticket. In Confluence load the page with the Jira filter macro and see all your tickets with the notes field updated. 

Sorted! :-) 


Kind regards,


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