I would like to share a list of JIRA issues (bugs) with anonymous (public) visitors via a public Confluence page.
However, I do not want to make the specific JIRA project available to anonymous (public) visitors.
I have tried a number of approaches with no success.
Is there any way to do this?
In a word, no.
In more words, no, and the best workaround is either to grant anonymous read-only access to the JIRA project or take a screenshot every (e.g.) day and post it to a page that the anonymous users can access.
Either a user has permissions to view a JIRA project, or they don't. If they don't, Atlassian have - quite rightly - made it to all intents and purposes impossible for them to view the data.
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