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I need to know is it possible to create a macros for JIRA issue creation from confluence.
Build-in macros is good, but I need to create a lot of issues and I do not want to select the same project and issue type every time.
Minor feaure I need:
define a project and an issue type. The only input - summory and description.
I want to set custom fields vakues.
If coding is too hard, advice any plugins.
It is a standard functionality in Confluence. If it is connected to your JIRA instance, you can double click on any text, in the 'view' mode, and you will see a small popup to create a JIRA issue from it. Will that work?
The linker between Confluence and a specific JIRA project is taking in our entire Confluence instance which I will not do.
I wanted to link only a specific URL within Confluence (where a form is entered and submitted) to become a JIRA issue, not have the entirety of our Confluence attached.
Seems that the solution is too macro for many use cases.