Link to JIRA Project Version in Confluence Product Requirements


In the video showing the new 'Product Requirements' blueprint in Confluence, it shows the user linking to a JIRA Project version in the 'Target Release' field.

I've created a link between my JIRA project and the Confluence space, but I can't seem to get it to recognise a version when I start typing.

Is there a special syntax I should be using? I tried starting with a "[" and it suggests links, but only links to pages within confluence, not JIRA versions.


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PS I do have a version set up (1.0) in my JIRA project

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Was that ever solved? Trying the same thing but don't know how!

I'm afraid not. If you do find a solution though, please post it here (smile)

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