How to use filter in Confluence Jira Issue Macro

This certainly should be possible, I must be doing something wrong...I have setup a filter in Jira, works fine. I want to now display that filter in Confluence, utilizing the "JIRA Issue/Filter" macro.

I can display JQL queries fine, individual issues, lists of issues,etc....but for some reason, I can't find out how to specify just to display a specific filter.

I've tried "filter=12345", I've tried the full URL (which barfs), any suggestions on how to do this?  The filter criteria changes regularly, which is why I want to reference the filter itself in confluence.

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JQL should just be: filter = "My filter"

Works now for me, once I set the filter to be shared to "everyone".

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