Using Confluence Cloud.
I'd like to build a page that lists all projects in Jira and then columns that have JQL Filters to count number of issues. Something like this:
Client | Launched | Completed | Total
Project 1 | 2 | 3 | 7
Project 2 | 1 | 1 | 2
Project 3 | 0 | 2 | 2
Where the list of projects updates based on project owner != analytics and the numbers for each project are self generating (think =countif() in excel) I could do this in Google Sheets, but I'd like to keep this in Confluence so people will actually view the report.
It's a tiny bit of a hack BUT one way you can do this (and I've done it) is to actually, in your example above, put in nine discrete JQL macros. Basically,
Insert the macro with the JQL and configure it to show an issue count. It isn't a simple "number" but, instead, shows "2 issues" for example. However, the cool thing is that it is a link to the actual issues in Jira.
If you don't want all those queries, you can insert that Jira macro in Bob Swift Advanced Tables or Table Filter and Charts macros (extra cost options) to do the arithmetic for the totals. I have also used the Table Filter and Charts macro "Pivot Table" function to do some grouping for me as well.
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