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How to create multiple confluence pages from a JIRA filter?

I would like to create multiple Confluence pages from a certain JIRA filter so I can have documentation for each JIRA issue and having a similar structure on Confluence side.

So, if I have the following filter result (structured to show how I want to create my Confluence pages):


Is there a way to create the above structure in Confluence from already created JIRA and their respective epics and labels as parents to look as follows?

  • Label = Iteration 1
    • Epic 1
      • JIRA-1
      • JIRA-2
    • Epic 2
      • JIRA-3
    • Epic 3
      • JIRA-4
      • JIRA-5
  • Label = Iteration 2
    • Epic 1
      • JIRA-6
      • JIRA-7
    • Epic 3
      • JIRA-8
      • JIRA-9


  • Each of the bullet above would be a page in Confluence, structured as shown (Label as parent, Epic as level 1 child, and JIRA as level 2 child).
  • Label and Epic could be any other field from JIRA that would not change so easily (Sprint, Fix Version, Build, etc.).
  • I am aware that Label should not be used to store iteration/sprint number but, just wanted to make sure that what I am asking could help other users as well.

Thanks in advance!

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Fabian Lim Community Leader Sep 09, 2021

Hi @Ricardo van der Laan

I would suggest that you use the eazybi reporting plugin to build the report and then add it to the page via the eazybi macro.

How to build the report:

Adding the jira macro:


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