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how to add custom column on jira filter into confluence


For our internal and customer meeting agendas, we create a new confluence doc and then use the insert Jira issue/filter to filter certain tickets to display. We are in need of adding a custom column such as Notes which a user can use to make notes as we're going through the meeting and we're stuck as it doesn't see supported.

Anyone had any luck or suggestion including third party app? we're on confluence / jira software cloud.


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You can design a simple form in using confiform plugin with just two fields, the first field is the Jira issue type, and the second one is the Comment field type. You could find a sample form here. Then you can set permission for it to customers just able to edit the comment field. If you need more detail let me know.

Thanks for the suggestion, it blows my mind that this is not natively offered by atlassian (we're already paying $350+ a month) and you need an extension. Is there an easier way?

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As you said, "...including third party app" I suggest this. By the way, you could design a simple table with two column. At each row, the first column contains issue details and the second column for your purpose.  



Another solution that comes into my mind is to let users comment on issues and bring the last comment (There are several methods to have the last comment)  on the issue on this view.

Can you pls elaborate how you created the above table design. Even i have the same requirement but for me all JIRA issues are coming as single table, so not able to create comments for each row wise.

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