I am using the following query in Confluence to return results from JIRA;
You would need the ScriptRunner plugin for JIRA (server only), since it allows you to make a subquery in the linkedIssues function. For instance:
issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("project in (P1, P2)", "project scope")
That will only return issues linked to issues in P1 or P2 through the "project scope" link.
If I understood it right, the query results are OK, but you want to hide some specific information of those results directly on the Confluence table.
I suppose you had a good hunt around and found out that - unfortunately - it's not a current feature, so we'd welcome you to log features and bugs with us directly at jira.atlassian.com.
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