Is there anyway that I can filter all the issues in JIRA that are linked to a Confluence page?
This would be used to check how many times did our team use the wiki page, and see how many issues didn't have a solution available in Confluence.
You can not do that from JIRA Cloud at the moment. JIRA Server has options like JQL Tricks to do it.
With cloud, the best you can do is to go to a confluence page and see all mentioned issues on the top of the page. They don't necessarily mean that those issues has remote link going back. You will have to go to individual issues and figure it out.
Thnaks for your answer.
With went another way around, we created a field while solving an issue that basically says "Yes there is a confluence page about this", so that we can run a filter and check those missing confluence pages.
This would be a nice feature to have on future versions of Cloud instances.
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