Here's my situation, we have daily scrum meetings and document these bullet point items on a page in confluence. When these small tasks are completed we would like to archive them in some way. We currently have them listed as action items and it would be sweet if when the action button is pressed the text is moved to another page that would hold all the small objectives weve completed.
Thanks for the story on where y'all are now and where you're wanting to get to. It sounds like you are at a great opportunity to use Jira and Confluence together to better track tasks. With this said, from your meeting notes you can create a Jira issue (within a project just for your tasks) and then utilize the Jira issue macro on a Confluence page to track To-Do, In Progress, and Done issues. This would also allow you to have a simplified view into WIP along with moving issues to "archive" pages when done.
More on using these two together may be found at the following resources:
I would absolutely love to link a jira issue to an Epic within confluence but it seems as though that functionality was taken away from confluence cloud for a reason that I cant possibly imagine lol. I've been researching for 2 weeks on how to link to an issue to a specific epic through confluence but it seems as though its not possible. I am working with the Viable issues team on a work around.
We have project charters in confluence with a milestones table. All I want to do is create an epic in each of our project charter pages and then create multiple issues using our milestones table that link back to the project charters epic. The screenshot below is exactly what I want. I will pay 100$ to any charity if there is a way to do this on confluence cloud lol. 50$ if you can tell me why this feature was taken out.
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