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How do I pass the 'variable' to the JIRA macro on confluence?

now, I'm creating template for release note.


I put 'variable' for <project key> and <release version>.

And I wanted to put 'JIRA issue macro' which refers to both <project key> and <release version> variables as its JQL.


So I want the user who creates a release note using this template to just put project key and release version as variables. and it will generate release note with <project key> and <release version> automatically.


Please let me know how to do



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Bill Bailey Community Leader Dec 09, 2021

If you were on the Server version, I would tell you to write a user macro. Would be a fairly straighforward task. Alais, you are stuck on Cloud.

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Kishan Sharma Community Leader Dec 09, 2021

Hi @beck By using native template functionality this is not possible to do as the templates are not dynamic. You need to explore third party plugins on Atlassian Marketplace

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