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How to display the JIRA Releases page in Confluence



Very similarly to this question from 2014, I was wondering if (5 years later) there is a good way to do so, hopefully without using expensive add ons.

Our requirement: Display in Confluence (Cloud) the same information displayed in the Project Releases (Versions) page in JIRA (also Cloud) including a list of versions and for each version Status, Progress, Start & Release date, and Description.

I noticed the JIRA Roadmap plugin partially does this (it shows a list of versions, release date and status), just not as aesthetically pleasing.


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I ended up building it myself using tools from Stiltsoft.


Each line is a different milestone, using Story Points in that milestone, showing the statusCategory.


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Hi @Dave Collins ,

We are glad that our Table Filter and Charts for Confluence app helps you with everyday routine work and reports.

Thanks for sharing the case!

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I want to put this image (macro) on our conf page.


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You can do this by using the Jira macro in Confluence. (See Atlassian's documentation here)

You can use the macro, and type in something like this for the Jira query:

fixVersion = "Release 1.0"

This will generate a table like this on your Confluence page that auto updates every few hours as Jira stories are updated.


You can control the columns displayed by editing them in the macro's display options.


Thanks Daniela. for the comprehensive response

This would display a list of issues for a version (very useful for sure), but not a list of versions and their status.

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Ah I understand what you're looking for now. I tried out the Roadmap plugin, since we have that installed. It does give you a list of all releases and their status and number of issues resolved. Like you said, it's not pretty, but it is an easy way to get that data into confluence. 

Yep I think it's the only way to do this, without add ons, at least on Cloud.

Potential solution here would be to use a release ticket with a due date on it to display the different versions and their dates.

But then you'd still need to update the due date on the ticket separately from the release itself.

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