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Jira Card Layout in Confluence.

Hi dear community;
When I share a Jira Card ticket in Confluence, it shows me only the 'Reporter' but not the 'Assignee'. Actually, what I need is that it shows the 'assignee' and 'collaborators' and not the 'reporter'. It is possible to amend it?

Thanks in advance.

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Srinatha T Atlassian Team Apr 30, 2022

Hi @Gioele Lai ,

Welcome to Atlassian community. 

When you are adding this ticket using Jira macro. After you search the ticket , at the bottom you will have "Display options" when you expand that it will show you all the columns to display. Just remove Reporter from there . You can actually keep only colums you want to see. Try that. 

Have a good day!


Srinath T 

@Srinatha T Even if I change the options, the card remains as before. However, I have the option of also showing the Jira Macro as columns and these are editable, which helps me with what I was looking for. Thank you very much!

Srinatha T Atlassian Team May 04, 2022

@Gioele Lai Glad to hear that , the information helped. Yes, Jira macro provides a lot of options. To better understand the same you can go thorough the below URL

Have a good day!

Srinath T

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Apr 28, 2022

@Gioele Lai Can you share a screenshot?

Sure, thanks @bran

To be clearer, the issue I am experiencing is not with the Jira Cards in the Jira platform but when they appear in Confluence.

Example 1.pngExample 2.png

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Srinatha T Atlassian Team Apr 30, 2022

@Gioele Lai ,

You can actually refer the below web page and get an idea about customising columns to display from Jira.

Refer to the screenshot below " To display a table of issues based on a JQL search".



Srinath T

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