Is there a way to embed the JIRA Collector form in Confluence? JIRA / Confluence both share the same userbase and I want users to be able to submit some requests directly from within the confluence.
Also, if that can't be done, how to put a link of the form on the page, so that someone clicks there, and it will pop up a form where users will put requests.
Thanks very much in advance.
This is what worked for me. Everything was done as per:
Hi everyone, we were able to make Jira Issue Collector form work in Confluence Cloud using HTML Macro for Confluence.
It was quite tricky to do it, so we have written detailed documentation here:
You can try the demo at the end of the documentation page by clicking 'Give Feedback'.
Yeah, I looked at that. It did not work. I could not get html include to work at all. I was able to put that link on top of the page using "html" macro. But I don't want to put it on top, I want it on the page and if possible just get the form there on the first place rather than waiting for someone to click.
Hello, I followed all the necessary Steps in order to embed the Issue Collector into a Confluence Page, but it is not working!
The problem is when i click on my link, the Collector dialog box is not displayed and i get no errors at all!
The log message i get is :
Focus - starting requestscom.atlassian.mywork.mywork-confluence-host-plugin:mw-header-anchor.js:100
Our Jirassimo IntakeForms add-on can be integrated into Confluence using this free macro:
I tried for cloud but got the following message
We are unable to generate an evaluation license. The plugin key is invalid. Please contact us if the problem persists.
Tried the plugin, created the form but cannot use from confluence. If not from confluence. how else can the created form be accessed by teams.
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