Lets say I have a project with project key TP and I can filter for issues associated to this project key in JIRA.
I would like to do the same with a Confluence space where it shows me a list of the recent JIRA issues of the project with project key TP. Is there any way of doing this?
It is most certainly possible. There are a couple of steps that you need to take to make this work.
Hi @Rick de Jong Glad that you found my answer useful as well. Thanks for accepting it as an answer. Personally I find using the dashboard gadgets in Confluence very useful for stakeholders who are "scared" of JIRA as you can lay out your page with suitable explanations but still use the same gadgets/filters.
This is possible by adding the JIRA Issue macro in Confluence. You can then display a list of issues based on a JIRA Query Language (JQL). For example, the following query will find all issues in the 'TP' project:
project = "TP"
You can find full information regarding the macro in the link below:
Hope this helps you! Enjoy your holidays.
Well guess I was too hasty. Must have overlooked the answer.
When editing a Confluence space you can add a JIRA macro which allows you to filter using JQL. However this is not dynamic. You have to press refresh to renew the list.
Hope this helps any users who look for the same in the future!
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