We setted up Jira and Confluence in my company to take care of our project driving and documentation needs.
I discovered a few days ago the next-gen Kanban board, and I really like the easy configuration and clear rule management it offers.
Yet, I'd like to link a paper we made with Confluence in an issue, but I can't find out how. It feels strange that you can add a google drive, a dropbox and a giphy attachment to an issue, but nothing from Confluence...
Is there a way, using the next-gen Kanban, to link a page from Confluence to an issue ?
Thanks for your time !
To be clear you don't link a Confluence page to Kanban which I'm guessing you know. I think you are asking where do I go to add a link in the new detailed issue view that appears in the Kanban board.
This is currently not available in the new view. I know Atlassian is aware and have been provided feedback (I was one of many that notified them). I would recommend you click the feedback button and let them know you need this capability.
IMO I wouldn’t place that as the first thing to address among all the current limitations with NG. We have a ton of functionality with Classic projects today and I understand and am a fan of taking an MVP/agile approach to delivering new architectures. NG will continue to get better and Atlassian seems genuinely interested in feedback so we as users have a chance to contribute to the roadmap, which is nice. Of course this is just MO and I could be wrong. ;-)
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