I am trying to embed a Jira filter/issue macro within an Expand macro on a confluence page. Jira filter/issue macro is to display all the details like portfolioChildIssues of a feature and i want this to be collapsable/expandable. So trying to embed this within Expand macro but its not working. Jira issue is always ending outside the Expand macro. Is it like the latest version of Jira/Confluence not supporting this? Any help is appreciated.
Thanks Brant for the reply. Here are the screenshots.
1) Inserted a Expand Macro
2) In the above Expand macro i tried inserting another macro using /Jira or the + (Insert) symbol at the top and used the below Jira issue macro
3) After inserting the above macro, it is showing as below, i.e. Jira macro is ending up outside the Expand macro.
Could be that I'm making some mistake somewhere.
Tried in chrome and it's the same issue like in Edge browser. Noticed that Expand is working for the embedded Jira filter/issue macro, if the JQL for Jira filter is simple like "key=something'. When i use query using 'PortfolioChildIssuesof(something) its resulting in the output to be outside of expand macro boundary.
Brant, here is what i am doing
created a Expand macro
Inside the Expand macro boundary, typed in /Jira and opened the Jira issue/filter macro.
In the Jira issue/filter macro, typed in the PortfolioChildIssuesOf query to fetch all the stories tied to a feature.
As i click Insert for the above Jira issue/filter, the result for the PortfolioChildIssues is creating the result with the stories outside of Expand Macro.
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