I am attempting to create a Confluence page that automatically updates the content based on Jira's ticket's field value. One issue I came across is that the Jira Issue/Filter macro in Confluence will always display the labels for the field value I am including.
For example, if I show Due Date of a ticket as the Target Completion Date on my Confluence page, it would show as the attachment below. Any way I can hide the "Due" label and only display "Mar 30, 2020"?
Hi @Minh Tran
There are a lot of users who complain this "feature". And for now, there is no solution to remove the "header" of the jira macro. (https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Confluence-questions/In-Confluence-is-there-a-way-to-suppress-the-column-headings/qaq-p/348594)
A solution would be to write an own user macro, which gets the data from JIRA via the application link, but this is not as easy as it sounds :)
There is a nice plugin, which would be another possible solution. With PocketQuery, you can make easy REST Calls, so you could do the rest call to your JIRA instance.
Hope this helps
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