I am working with Confluence and I wanted to know if there was a way to create a Jira issue from a Confluence page, without having to go through the "highlight Confluence text then click 'Create Issue' and input all information".
I would like to know if I can create a page template "Create Jira Issue" that would have a bunch of text fields that user would fill out and then at the very end a button "Create Jira Issue" that would grab all the information from the text fields and automatically create a Jira issue to a pre-specified project.
Is this possible?
Hello @Peter DeWitt,
Do you know if once I hit "run" button in this example if the information inputted disappears or if it is saved in the page? I would like to keep the information available on the page for the user to see and update if need be.
Furthermore, would you know if there is an "update" version of this, such that you can update a Jira issue.
Hi @Roberto Luces :
i found this add on "issue manager for Confluence" which creates issue from Confluence using a form that enables to select project and issue type.
It also updates bidirectional edits both From and IN JIRA or Confluence.
Sadly it doesn't support creating multi issues from Confluence page
You can check our Jcreate addon. It allows you to ensure users create issues based on a predefine Jira screen with any fields you want, directly in Confluence. It also supports mandatory fields so you can ensure info is entered as expected. You can try it here.
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