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I am newly using the Cloud versions of Confluence and Jira, having previously used the on-prem server solutions for both. In my old Confluence Wiki we had it set up so that we created a employee and team wiki pages and on these pages there was a nifty gadget that would display the Jira Kanban board with a date range for the current week (or whatever we set it to); essentially accomplishing a "what am I working on right now" display for anyone who visited the page. It was automated, so it changed when the board changed and we didn't have to constantly edit the page to show what issues were being worked.
We had other info on there that we did edit weekly, but since the source of all of our work was in Jira, it was nice to have this "set it and forget it" gadget that displayed active working issues.
I'd like to be able to do something similar with this in our new Cloud environment, the gentleman who set it up in our on-prem is no longer with the organization and I don't know where to begin. So I am hoping maybe some other folks are doing something similar and would be willing to share your knowledge.