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Site automation instead of Jira / Confluence Automation

Now that Confluence Automation is coming, wouldn't it be better to provide Automation as a cross-product feature?

Even if not possible in the first iteration, it should soon be possible to automate things across products, e.g. a new Jira issue triggering a page creation in Confluence.

Atlassian should offer a site-wide automation hub where automation rules can be created and managed across products. And why not enable add-ons to add their own triggers, branches and actions as well? This would create a real IFTTT like automation.

I'd personally like the automation UX to work more like Node Red, which is way more usable for more complex automation rules.

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Node Red looks interesting. Why not use the Jira and Confluence REST API with Node Red then?

I’m not a developer and wouldn’t be able to develop the required integration for node red. 
also, one would have to run one’s own server. 

Hi @Arnd Layer

As part of our work to better support automation across products, we've recently introduced a new "Create Confluence page" action to Automation - you can read more about this here: https://support.atlassian.com/cloud-automation/docs/use-jira-automation-with-confluence/ 

This new action will support the use case you've described - a new Jira issue triggering a page creation in Confluence. Please do reach out if you have any feedback or suggestions on this.

Cheers,

Charlie

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@Charlie Gaveyyes, the one example I've given, is now possible 😬.

But that's not what I was asking for.

Moving the documentation to be separate from Jira is a positive indicator.

I hope that when Automation for Confluence finally comes, there will be more steps to site-wide automation.

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