When creating stories directly from Confluence I am unsuccessful in creating a header that will allow for the proper matching of fields from the table I create to the user story. For example. I want the Summary, Description, Acceptance Criteria fields populated. I have tried numerous formats and the action always responds by saying the header is not found.
Basically I want to use a confluence table to bulk create JIRA stories without having to use the Import CSV function in the JIRA administration toolset.
I have been able to create stories with only two headings Title and Description by using the table provided in the Product Requirements Template. If I add a column and match up the JIRA field name it does not give me the option add that column information to the JIRA story. I am not sure if it is a limitation or not.
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