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Using a JIRA Filter how can you show your Epic Colors?

We use Epic Colors in JIRA to track Epics that are critical to make into our release vs Epics that are just nice to have.   When we create a JIRA Filter to display these Epics in JIRA and include the Epic color we get values such as "ghx-label-14" or "ghx-label-10" etc.   Is there anyway to show a list of Epics in Confluence and include their color from JIRA?   

 

 

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Feb 18, 2022

Hi Sean,

Unfortunately filtered lists Will not show the epic-color. As you noted that field is simply text representation that is used to display the color in boards.

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