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I am new to using Confluence. In one of my confluence page, I have inserted a Macro > Jira issue/filter to pull all information from 5 epics. I manage to do that by using the "key = EPIC number" and choose key, summary, type, created, updated, due date, assignee, reporter, proority, status, resolution. its works.
Now, I am thinking if I can allow x number of last comments per User story
Not natively; the Jira Issue/Filter macro is showing fields which are available as column data - there isn't a comment field as such.
We've gotten around this before using a custom field and automation - for example, we created a field called Last Comment:
You could do something similar in your scenario.
I'd consider whether the last 5 comments is necessary though - if they're looking at that many, wouldn't it be easier to just click-through and look at the Issue itself?
Hi @Jim Sheedy
It's possible - an alternative to the above smart value for last comment is...
...but, you can change the "(0)" to get other comments also. So for example...
It's dynamic so will update as you add more comments.
You'll still need to visualise the data though - so either a field per comment, or one multi-text field for all 3-5 comments.