I am using the Jira Issues macro on a Confluence page to display some custom fields from the my Epics, along with the assigned Due Date. My challenge is the when the macro table is displayed, it seems the issues are sorted by newest to oldest by default. I would like to set the sort order to be oldest to newest on the page (by Due Date).
I can't seem to conclusively determine if this capability exists or not with the macro.
Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.
The simplest answer was the best. I was looking at it the wrong way - trying to manipulate the macro. As suggested above, I looked at the JQL angle.
On my first attempts (when I posted) the JQL I was using was not giving me the desired sort. Long story short, I corrected my JQL and all is good. The sort order is correct and the macro in Confluence displays the info in the order I need.
Thanks all for supporting the 'noob'!
Hi @ejanis ,
Such dynamic macros are fully supported by our app and you'll be able to use date range filters for your case on the fly from the page view mode. It will simplify your result table.
To set a default sorting of the Jira Issues macro is better with the help of the JQL as was suggested in the previous answer.
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