I want to do something like the "Updates and Fixes in this Release" located here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Confluence+5.4.4+Release+Notes
in my Release Notes page on Confluence. How can I do that? I currently have several sprints on Jira.
Just use the JIRA Issues Macro (https://confluence.atlassian.com/x/dCAC)
BUT: both have the same drawback: it saves / uses a fix list of issues from the sprint at the time you create the link / macro. So: it doesn't react to sprint changes. But, in most cases that's ok, even for documentation. because perhaps you want to document that change too? Yes, you might have a different opinion
BTT: JIRA Issue Macro usage:
you might write your own - very simple - query like
project = AGILETST AND sprint = "Sprint 1"
if you don't want to see subtasks, just filter them or deselect them manually:
AND issuetype != Subtask
additional drawback: it just shows you stories, no subtasks (if it's relevant to you)
P.S: I'm not sure if what is described on Linking a Confluence page to a Sprint (https://confluence.atlassian.com/x/AwBcGQ) does some trick to get this link, but it propably will not show you data from jira, so ... needless to your answer
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