How is the linking to user stories done (Agile)


We have been using JIRA Agile (SCRUM). Currenctly the Confluence is being considered and I would need to know: how is the mapping to requirements done? I would appreciate the workflow example. My idea is:

1) A BA notes a requirements in Confluence

2) Links to a story or an epic in Agile

3) Update the requirements with no impact on the story (or is there any action)

4) Versioning has no impact

I would also like to know, is it possible to easily export the requirements to form a document (e.g. when a customer needs to see a functional spec, old-fashioned one? smile)

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Hi Petr, you can link from Confluence to JIRA Agile Epic from the bug tracker side using either of the two methods(from Plan mode or in view pane) as outlined here

In case you would like to perform the action from Confluence side you can refer to the items explained in this documentation.

Hope this helps.

Thanks. You mention epics, would it work for stories as well?

Yes, you can use the _issue links_ menu and under the _Confluence_ tab insert the page which the story will be linked to.

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