Fisrt of all, sorry for my english, I'm french...
My question is in the subject above.
Here is an example :
1- We have created a confluence page called 'Portal validation buttons'
2- We have different kind of information in this page, included 'Tickets that refer to'
3- We would like to have to ability to add a list of all the issues related to 'Portal validation buttons' in the section 'Tickets that refer to'
I know that we can do that by creating a filter and using this filter with the macro 'Filter results'. But if we have, for example a 100 of confluence page where we have to do that, it's not going to be efficient... So is there a way to add that with a special macro where we can specified 'Search issue WHERE project = 'Portal' where summary='validation buttons' ?
Thanks a lot.
Thanks for your quick answer.
Yes, we would like to pull tickets from Jira into the confluence page. I found that the 'Jira issue' macro has a search option and that we can do : 'Project=Portal' and summary~'Validation buttons', for example.
Do you know another way ?
Thanks a lot.
I think this is probably your best bet. Your query could also use the 'text' keyword instead of summary, ie
Project=Portal and text~'Validation Buttons'
which will search the description and summary for the relevant keywords.
The only other option I can think of (w/o using a 3rd party plugin) is to label your JIRA issues with relevant keywords (i.e. validation button), and use the Jira Issue Macro search to look specifically for issues using those labels:
Project=Portal and labels = 'validation button'
Hope this helps!
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