create a historical record of jira stats in confluence

In confluence I can create a Jira report as one of the initial options for creating a new page.  The macros show the current status of the jira projects, which is great. However, is it possible to save a fixed version of this page, and then create a new page every week or every month (ideally automatically)  - thus keeping a record of how stats have change over time.




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The content of JIRA Issue macro loads dynamically each time on page open. So you will see actual ticket state on each page view.

As workaround you can just create screenshot of JIRA Issue macro results and add to some "history" page.

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