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We use Jira to track our work, so I created a basic Confluence page that pulls items over to create a weekly report.
My initial goal was to have one page that allows management to see all the items completed during a sprint and it seems to be working.
The new ask is if there is an option to have a "button" so that a person can click it on the Confluence page and that item move up to the top of the page. I am not sure if that makes sense, but essentially we would have all our items listed at the bottom of the page and a person can scroll and "select" items that will be moved from the bottom to the top of the page.
It sounds like exactly how the Jira backlog works. you select an issue and click move to the top of the backlog. I haven't come across something like this in confluence. Just sorting the columns on a table or sort the Jira query using the Jira Macro.