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Is there a way to show all confluence pages for each JIRA story and all JIRA stories automatically?

Tracy Qin Jul 29, 2014

We are using Confluence Cloud. Currently we are using a product requirement page named “Sprint Page A” to track a sprint named “Sprint1” and create one single confluence page for each story.

Since we need to list all the stories of a sprint and we have many stories in a sprint, so it is a large piece of work to manually input all the stories in “Sprint Page A”.

Is there a way to automatically show all JIRA stories and all confluence pages for each JIRA story after filling in the Epic or the Sprint info in the “Sprint Page A” of “Sprint1”? We expected the result would like this:

User Story Link | User Story Confluence Page | Epic Link

Your help will be appreciated. J


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Dave Theodore [Coyote Creek Consulting] Community Leader Jul 30, 2014

There is a Confluence macro called "Filter Results." It is used to display the results of a saved/shared Jira filter on a Confluence page. First, you need to create a filter in Jira that results in the displaying of all issues that you want displayed. Using your example, you might use the following JQL: "project = XYZ and Sprint = "Sprint 1" " (where "XYZ" is the Jira project name) Save the filter and share it with "everyone" or the people that will access the Confluence Space/Page that corresponds to the Jira project. You simply add the Filter Results macro to your Confluence page, specifiy which fields you want displayed in the columns and save the page. As changes are made in Jira, they will display in the table containing the filter results on the Confluence page. There is a small gear icon at the bottom of the Filter Results that you can use to refresh the page, if needed. I think you'll find that will do what you want if you play around with it a bit. Regarding the organizing of pages that correspond to each story, you could make them child pages of the "Sprint Page A" page, which will logically group them together. On each child page, you could add a "Jira Issue" macro and reference the corresponding Jira issue. This will allow you to get basic status on the Jira issue by clicking the Jira issue icon on the page. We work with many clients on how to manage projects in Jira and Confluence, so we can definitely help you find a good working solution with a bit more information on your process.

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