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I'm trying to view a specific section of my Confluence page directly in a Jira issue.
As of right now I'm using links to connect my Confluence to my Jira but that back and forth is getting messy due to the fact that I have many open tabs at any given time. In addition, my Confluence pages are usually pretty long and finding the exact section I'm looking for is not easy.
Is there a way to show a specific section of a Confluence page directly in the Jira issue?
Hey, @Moshe Amir
In Methoda, We created C4J, an add-on that presents Confluence content directly in a Jira issue and seamlessly integrate Confluence into Jira.
Once you link Jira issue to Confluence page or the other way around, C4J will present the Confluence page automatically and will focus on the exact location of the Jira issue mention.