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Is it possible to insert a structure board into a WIKI page? I really like the organization of a structure board to show tasks within epics and I'd like to include it on our team wiki.
You can do it with Structure macro. Once you add Structure gadget to the list of gadgets in your Confluence instance(and your Jira and Confluence are properly connected with Application links), the macro will become available for adding on pages.
Here is your documentation about the gadget:
I hope this helps! Please feel free to contact us directly at support.almworks.com if you need help with anything else.
On Cloud Structure gadget currently is only available for Jira dashboards. It will become available for Cloud Confluence later; if you would be interested, we can notify you when it happens.
No update yet. We'll share the news in this post as soon as the gadget is implemented in Confluence.
Hi, @Branka H. We'll update this thread when this feature comes to cloud. But if you want to be notified directly, or share more about your use cases, reach out to the Structure team via email@example.com.
Hi @Dave Rosenlund .
The release notes seem to indicate that this feature has been implemented. How can we go about actually using it?
thanks @Brock Jolet . Yeah I managed to get it working the same way. However, it's a bit frustrating that it's just an iFrame, as it means layout isn't as nice as it used to be when you could just query for the structure by SQL. Also it means you can't export it, which is important for my use case.