I would like to get an array with all my epics and in one column to get the stories that have that epic.
I am looking for the same kind of display that I can get with Link for example when I link 2 stories.
Epic Link is going the over way around, Link does not show the user stories.
Just to clarify, the output would be
on the line, the epic name and the columns would be the story status, like Opne, in progress, Done.
Then each column would contain the number of stories that are in that status.
Thanks for any help.
Maybe this link below have additional information which you are looking for:
If you need more information, please let me know.
All the best,
Thanks, I also reviewed that page and it is describing how to create a link between an epic and a confluence page. What I am looking for is how to add to a confluence page a Jira report that would contains all the epics and in each epic row the list of user stories that are connected to the epic, the same way you can list jira stories and their linked stories.
Please review our documentation below regarding JIRA agile and Confluence integration:
I hope the mentioned feature above fulfill your requirement on this.
1. Create advanced filter in Jira
"Epic Link" = Name of Epic
* Name of Epic will probably change to an ID automatically, nothing to worry about.
2. Insert Jira issue/filter macro to a confluence page using
filter = "Name of Epic"
2.b Set display option to Table.
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