I would like to create a new page in Confluence, with a live-updated version of a JIRA Project Backlog. This is to increase the overall transparency behind what is being developed in our IT department, and a “What-is-next” overview.
Normally I would simply use a “Insert JIRA Issue/Filter”-macro, which would be fine. My problem comes from wanting to insert the backlog from a board that includes several other projects.
As an example:
We have 4 projects
Project A has board A
Project B has board B, but has its issues shown in board A as well.
Project C has board C, but has its issues shown in board A as well.
Project D has board D, but has its issues shown in board A as well.
We currently use board A as our main board, with all current projects in it.
We have then positioned its backlog to reflect a “What-is-next” overview.
Would it be possible to create a Confluence page that reflects board A’s backlog, with all the different projects, and positions them correctly?
When you say you've positioned the backlog, do you mean ordered (ranked / prioritised)?
So what happens if you set up a Confluence page with the filter being the same as the filter used for board A? I would have thought that's exactly what you want. What is wrong with it?
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