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Link to Jira Story + subtasks

I list all Jira tasks connected to an Epic. We already do that with the standard /jira gadget on a confluence page. 

What I want next is to be able to click open one of the Jira Stories and see - in the same gadget - the sublist of subtasks.

Is it possible? Is there maybe a tool on the market for it?

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Fabian Lim Community Leader Jun 17, 2021

Hi Johan,

I will recommend 2 gadgets that we use in our organization, but there could be others in the marketplace.  

If you just want hiearchy views, Structure would be my first choice:

You can also use EazyB, which gives you functionality to create graphical reports and dashboards as wellI:

Both products provide great support as well within a day.  


I'm sorry but this is a Questions for Confluence board

So I 'm looking for that functionality in Confluence

Hi @Johan Potums and @Fabian Lim ,


Thank you, Fabian, for suggesting eazyBI. You can create the desired report in eazyBI for Jira and publish it on a Confluence page. Please read more about that on our documentation page -

We recommend using the eazyBI for Confluence app for the best experience. Nevertheless, on Server/Datacenter, it is possible to publish eazyBI for Jira reports in Confluence without it. 

You can then create the desired report with the Issue dimension "Epic" hierarchy and expand the Epic, Story, and sub-task levels as desired. See a screenshot of such a report published on a Confluence page below:

Screenshot 2021-06-21 at 13.33.09.png


You can either expand each member or drill into it to reveal members beneath it.



Roberts //

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