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How to display/link Jira Sprint/Issues to Confluence Page

Hi, I'm quite new to confluence so I can't figure out how to achieve the following.

1. I have sprints in Jira.

2. I want to create confluence page for documentation when we completed a sprint. In the page, I want to create a link to the sprint as well as the issues which are assigned under the sprint.

3. So far I know how to link issues to the page but I could only do one by one and it doesn't seem ideal if I have many issues in the specific sprint.

4. I can't find a way to link the whole sprint to the page.


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You can use the Jira macro in your Confluence pages to display all the issues related to a specific sprint. However, it will not create a link to Confluence in the Jira issue view.

  • In your Confluence page, select the Jira macro by typing /jira or by selecting the macro in the toolbar.
  • Write the JQL to specify which sprint and issues you want to display and search. Then choose Table, the maximum issues and the columns to display in the Display options
    Jira macro.png

Here is a simple example to what it will display :

Jira macro display.png

I hope this answer will help you.

Kind regards,

Nathan Weelen

Hi @Nathan Weelen thanks for the detailed answer. It works like a charm. However, I'm still unable to create a link to specific sprint nor find a unique URL of a sprint. Is there a away to do so?

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