I guess question was how to display releases (versions) list, not issues in the specific version. Something like this:
Release name | Release description | date from | due date | Status (Released etc)
Adding count of issues by status inside the version would be even better.
Jira seems does not have releases (versions) as separate objects by default. What are your experience with it?
yes there is an easy way you can use create a filter from your release like this "project = 10105 AND fixVersion = 10032 ORDER BY priority DESC, key ASC"
you can get this filter on the release details page by clicking "View In Issue Navigator"
then you get the filter string to copy and past in your confluence document as Jira filter
In Confluence Cloud
1. Edit the Confluence page.
2. Add 'Jira Road Map' macro.
3. Set width to 'Auto'
4. In the Preview window pane, hover to cog symbol, pull-down option, select Edit
5. Select your project. Change Days to 365. Save.
6. Hit Preview and Save.
Hope this helps.
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