I want to document our workflow in Confluence.
For that I need to display the workflow that is in place in Jira in confluence. I don't want to make a screenshot and copy that in, but have a living link to the workflow display in Confluence, so that if we change the worflow in Jira, the change is directly reflected on the corresponding confluence page.
How can I use the confluence / jira integration to display the Jira workflow in Confluence?
When I read this, I really worry about staying with Atlassian products. Why do they have the tendency to make our worklife harder? Whenever we want to achieve a goal related to basic Requirements Engineering, Atlassian lacks support or structure. To me this has a stingy scent. We get unneccessary gimmicks, but lack required functionality. The whole lot of obstacles feels lke a big fraud. The standard Atlassian products don't work well together. We identify Atlassian products as impediments during every of our Retrospective, so I probably have no other choice than to suggest using products of other market participants. I am quite disappointed that it's still impossible to include a link-supported documentation to Jira Wokflows from Confluence - after almost six years.
Is there not a HTML iframe that can be pulled from JIRA and displayed in Confluence? I cannot seem to do it, yet I can do it with completely unrelated products in Confluence!
The HTML macro is an out of the box feature that needs to be enabled but it must be how JIRA compiles the workflow view... why so complicated?
If anyone has the answer in 2020, it would be amazing.
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