How it possible to print a tree of all pages

Hi.

We are keeping our project specs in nice flat-tree as below:

* Specs is the root

* Epic categories (themes?) are the 1st level

* Epics are the 2nd level

* Stories are listed within Epics as linked Jira items

We looking for a way to print this structure, including the Jira items names, in a tree like structure to present it to management.

Is this possible, and how we can do this?

Thanks.

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How about accessing the project space, then click on Browse > Pages > View: Tree


This will display the pages in Tree View. The Space name can be seen at the top of the page (breadcrumb) and print the page for presentation.

Thanks, but this prints only the pages - we need the ticket names as well.

Link Heirarchy Plugin? https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/5003

And I guess Greenhopper has the setting to specify which Linktype to you.

What we need is linking between Confluence and Jira issues, to make a tree that will have branches both for sections and for ticket names. I'm not sure this plugin helps.

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