Wiki markup in confluence to define number of issues to display in lists


I'm looking on a way to use a wiki markup parameter in confluence to add a list of JIRA by a defined query.

We need to be able to decide how many issues to display as the standard JIRA macro, but with the markup, because we are already using the parameter "cache=false" to let the list be refreshed at the page reload.

Can someone let me know if exist some other parameter as those stated in this documentation page to decide how many issues to display in the page?

Thanks in advance.


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Luiz Farias Atlassian Team Jan 30, 2017

Hi Stephano,

Unfortunately, the only way to limit the maximum number of results is at the macro browser, there's no available option to limit the results through wiki markup.
I think the add-on Advanced Tables may have some options to limit the results and fulfill your needs, you can see more information here:

Thanks anyway for your answer @Luiz Farias.

We have not this plugins that should be useful for other things but I cannot find the parameter we are looking for.

I'm thinking about requesting this as a new feature for the actual macro or markup plugin.


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