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Want to create a report in Confluence that lists all open fixVersions with description, project, and planned release date so that our release management team has visibility in one place of all upcoming releases.
I figured out how to pull everything you mentioned except the planned release date using JQL in the Jira Issues Macro in Confluence. The columns are sortable when displayed on the page, so you can sort by date to see the latest.
This screen shot shows the JQL and display options:
I look forward to hearing whether this is helpful.
what you are proposing only returns a list of issues. I think what Nicole is looking for is a list of fixVersions.
I am also interested in this. In my situation, we have about 6 projects and I need to be able to monitor status of all the fixVersions across all the projects so that I know in which project I need to create additional ones, which ones need to be archived, etc.
I'd like to be able to see a list of all unarchived fixVersions aross all projects on a single Confluence page.