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Adding Links to other dashboards or hyperlinks

Can we add in a dashboard of JIRA a Link to other dashboards or JIRA pages, additionally is it possible to add links to documents or material outside JIRA in a gadget in a JIRA dashboard? 

 

thanks

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Hi @Susana Leon Gomez 

It is true you can find some workarounds to achieve it, although sometimes it might be a pain...

If you're up for an add-on, our app Dashboard Hub for Jira and for Confluence offers a "Text" gadget that allows you to add hyperlinks and achieve what you're looking for. You can see an example of the "Text" gadget in this dashboard!

Screenshot 2022-06-14 at 15.49.50.png

Other features include +70 gadgets, pre-defined templates, external share, custom charts, different chart types, and more.

Hope it helps!

Iván García, Product Marketing Manager

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Mark Segall Community Leader Apr 25, 2022

Hi @Susana Leon Gomez - I've found the best way to handle custom links is this:

  1. Leverage a custom issue type and use the description to capture whatever you want to capture
  2. Create a filter for that custom issue type
  3. Use the Filter Results gadget against the query created in step 2 above and only select the Description field

This what was running through my head when trying to solve the problem.  Thank you for outlining how to do it - great solution with very little effort required.

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