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Sharing a View through Confluence



Just starting to trial this feature & am wondering if there is a way to post a View in Confluence with filters applied?


I have a View in my Discovery project that has a range of Product Areas. I do not want to create a new view for each Product Area. From Confluence, I would like to insert the table/view for a specific Product Area, so I can just show a subset of all products. However, to do that - I have to apply the filter to the view first, which means that view is subject to change - multiple Product Teams may be using that view. I am expecting that all Squads will use the one Discovery project if we were to roll this out.


When using Roadmaps, I am able to paste a URL for a Roadmap with a filter applied, and the URL honours that. e.g. inserts a roadmap with that label applied.


For a View - it doesn't apply any filter in the URL, and so Confluence will always show the View from Jira. Inserting a Jira query/table into Confluence is not as good because it doesn't have the latest fields (Votes, Delivery Status).


Any ideas?





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Hermance NDounga
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Oct 04, 2022

Hi Narelle, 

Thank you for your feedback! Indeed, currently, filters are applied at the level of a view, and anyone filtering the view will filter it for everybody who has access to this view. 

In your case, you would need to create multiple views and display each one on the relevant Confluence page. 

Thanks for sharing your use case, it definitely adds weight to our current explorations around filtering. For the moment, we are working on improving the permissions to allow some users to filter or not the views, but improving the global filtering experience is definitely on our radar ;) 



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