I'm a bit new to APIs and JSON but okay with CQL/JQL.
I'm trying to create a Confluence page that shows a table of the current authenticated user's reported issues. My Jira and Confluence spaces are linked.
In JQL I can just user currentUser() - how can I do it in any of the Confluence macros that will pull JSON or use JQL?
Until recently I worked with Remedy/Helix and for a current user query from another application etc, you had to escape the $USER variable and BAM it ran the query as the current logged in user.
But I can't work out how to do that with any of the Confluence macros that pull Jira issues.
Thanks for any help.
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