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Is it possible to add custom fields to the create issue view in confluence?

If i highlight text in Confluence it is possible to create a Jira issue.

Is it possible to add required custom fileds to the view in Confluence? 

If i try to create a issue this error appears: 

The required Work Package Link field is not available in this dialog.

2 answers

There is a workaround for the issue:

1. In order to use the function, first insert the Jira macro at the point where the Jira ticket is to be created ( + Icon → Jira-Issue/- Filter ) or highlight some text in view mode, and wait for the 'create Jira issue' popup at your mouse pointer.


2. In the window that opens, select the project for which the ticket is to be created and set Work Package as the task type.


3. at the point where the error message is displayed: Click on Create your task in Jira:


4. create the ticket, fill in mandatory fields, link with Project Link of the project.


5. click on Create - In the created Jira ticket, copy the ticket shortcut out of the browser address bar.


6. now paste the Jira macro into Confluence again, and copy the link from the address bar into it and click on 'Insert' at the bottom.

The link will then be translated as a ticket key.


7. In edit mode, the ticket is now displayed as a gray field.

If you save the page, the ticket is displayed with an icon in the reading area and as a link in the upper page area.

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Stephen Wright _Elabor8_
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Dec 23, 2022

Hi @Sebastian Pichler 

Not that I know of natively - it's a locked box, just for simple issue creations.


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