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How do I add a column of notes to the right of a Jira Filter list in Confluence?

I have a JIRA filter displaying a list of issues from a saved JIRA filter.  I want to add a column to the right of the listing with my personal notes. 

My list has 86 issues that I'm tracking in JIRA.  Various people are updating and closing them.  I want a column off to the right where I can add my personal notes.  Notes I don't necessarily want to add to the JIRA record itself. 

For example, 20 of the 86 issues are currently closed.  I've reviewed the closed issues and I agree that 18 are properly closed.  But I have questions on 2 of them, so I want to track my thoughts.  As each of the 86 issues are closed, I will be "verifying" properly closure and keeping my personal notes on this Confluence page. 

Thanks.

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Hi, I am trying to do the exact same thing and stumbled upon your post. Did you end up finding a system that works? I currently make a table and individually insert the issues, but that is a lot to track. I was hoping a Jira Filter could streamline the process, but still allow me to add notes (outside of making comments on the issue itself).

Katerina Rudkovskaya _Stiltsoft_
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Apr 13, 2023

Hi @Alyssa Hill,

If you have our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app installed for your instance, you may use its Table Transformer macro as a workaround.

The idea is described into the second part of this Community thread – please find the Jira Issues macro on the screenshot and take a look.

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Nov 26, 2018

If you are using the jira filter macro, you won't be able to put line by line edits to one side.  If you built a table, you could add individual jira issues and make notes in the next column. 

You could also create a section below the macro with notes, and just put the jira key in front of each note.

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