Do you ever have the need to capture the big picture of what your team or multiple teams are working on and share progress with other people in your business? We’ve heard from many customers that this can be a challenge and so we’ve looked across both Confluence and Jira to come up with a solution. We’re excited to introduce the Jira roadmap macro for Confluence!
Embed live Jira Software next-gen roadmaps into Confluence
The Jira roadmap macro enables you to take your Jira Software roadmap (available in Jira Software’s next-gen template) and embed a live version right into Confluence. ‘Live' in this case means that as you update your roadmap in Jira Software, those updates will come through in real-time to Confluence.
This can be really useful for surfacing your teams' roadmap in a place that is easy to find, especially for your colleagues that may not frequently access your team’s Jira instance. It’s also great if you want to share your roadmap in a place where you can give additional context and tell more of a story about what’s happening with your team’s roadmap.
Centralize information from multiple teams in a single place
The Jira roadmap macro also presents a great opportunity to improve the way you collaborate across teams because you can share the roadmaps from multiple Jira projects on a single Confluence page. If you have a team of teams meeting or a meeting with your leadership team, that means you can surface every roadmap that you would want to in a single place. So for example, if you have multiple teams working on mobile initiatives, you may want to have a single Confluence page that highlights the roadmaps from each of those teams so everyone can stay better in sync.
One of the things we aim to help teams create with Jira Software is a single source of truth for all the work teams are doing. Product development moves fast. By giving teams one place to potentially highlight multiple streams of work, we hope to make it easier for everyone in your organization to stay on the same page.
Learn more about how to start using the Jira roadmaps macro for Confluence.
Ben JacksonAtlassian Team
Hi community members, My name is Erika and I’m a product manager at Atlassian. We’re currently investigating how teams are planning work at the program level. We understand that every team in a tea...
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