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How to add Jira filter results to Confluence with a row in table for each result of filter

Have a Jira filter that says give me back 30 issues. I want these 30 issues to display as 1 row each in a Confluence table and then have columns in the table where I can add manual data. 

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Hi @Julia Killian

If your company uses our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app, you may combine two tables (the first one coming from the Jira Issues macro and containing your tickets and the second one that is manually created and containing your comments, notes, etc.) with the help of the Table Transformer macro.
Please check the second part of this Community thread.

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Hi @Julia Killian ,

welcome to the Atlassian community!

Unfortunately you can't. Jira result macro will embed all tickets in a single point.

If you want to have a single issue per row in a table you need to add JIRA issue macro for each issue in your table.


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