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Is it possible to take a feed from JIRA to automatically create links in Confluence?

For each JIRA tagged with a certain text (client name for example), I would like to create an entry in a page on Confluence linking to that JIRA.



JIRA entries ABC-1234 and XYZ-5678 with tag #ClientA


Confluence page for ClientA has a table as below

JIRA link - Description - Status - Date Last Updated

ABC-1234 - Change to client cfg - In Prod - 20/3/2022

XYZ-5678 - Add user account - In Progress - 31/03/2022

1 answer

You can do this easily with built-in functionality.  You first use the Issue Search function in Jira to identify the issues you want to display in Confluence. Then, save your search as a Saved Filter.

In Confluence, you add the Jira Issues macro to a page and point to your Saved Filter.  You do also have the ability to manually type JQL in the Issues Macro, if you are comfortable with using JQL. Set the columns you wish to have visible on the page, and you're all set.

I hope that helps!

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