I am a Jira/Confluence beginner so any help would be appreciated. I am investigating using Jira reports and displaying in Confluence to help with how we manage project workloads.
I have found the following guide with instructions on how to do this:
Are there any concerns in terms of information security as the guide says you have to publish the report to get a URL link?
Thanks for your help,
The link in the post led to an error, but it looks like this is the page you were linking to: https://confluence.atlassian.com/confkb/how-to-bring-jira-and-jira-agile-reports-into-confluence-779163801.html.
I have a bit more experience with server products, but typically content from Jira gadgets is still permission-protected by the Jira permissions. If a Confluence user doesn't have permission to see a report in Jira, they also shouldn't be able to see that information through a chart connected through a Jira gadget.
That said, you can run a test report/gadget in Jira to pull into Confluence and verify that users who don't have permission in Jira also cannot view it in Confluence.
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