How do I display fixVersion in Confluence?

We have a JIRA/Confluence setup, and want to follow up our releases in our CAB (Change Approval Board) wiki. Ideally, we could have a JIRA macro in the wiki that displays all active releases by name and target date. But I can only figure out how to display issues... Any suggestions how I construct a JQL query to get the wanted info?

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I've just been looking for same and here's what I've done;

  1. Go to releases
  2. Click to view said release 
  3. Click on issues in the release and more details of each JIRA will display
  4. Click to view issues in navigator (top right above this new display)
  5. You'll land on search screen with JQL pre-filled
  6. Copy the JQL that displays in search bar
  7. Insert JIRA issues widget on Confluence page
  8. Use this JQL for the source
  9. Save
  10. Tadah! 

I've been looking for something like this as well. So far I've simply copied the url of the version page, which is not ideal.

This is exactly what we are looking for as well. The JIRA Roadmap Macro only shows unreleased versions. We would really like to be able to select a specific range of releases to show by date.

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