I need to create several Filters with the same ID (but different JQL queries) to be shown in the same Confluence page. I would like to set the ID (manually) through the Confluence page so the Filters automatically gets the value from it and I thought about using User Macros, but haven't found it in the documentation, is this a feasible idea?
This would be the picture:
A variable $filter_id exists in the page and is set by the user, i.e.:
$filter_id = 123
Filters gadget in the same Confluence page
id = $filter_id AND Sprint = 32
id = $filter_id AND Sprint = 33
id = $filter_id AND "Issue Type" = Bug
I don't want to create another filter containing the id because this ends up doubling the amount of Filters and it's not scalable.
Thanks a lot!
Sergio, this is quite an interesting objective you have in hands!
Some time ago, other admins have achieved this here with the Community. You can check their (quite complex) outcome here:
The solution was provided by another admins there on that thread. It is very well documented on his reply though, worth a check!
Hopefully this helps you out Sergio. Let us know.
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