I am trying to set up a workflow which would require user reference Confluence documents in Jira issues.
Currently evaluating the product using a cloud setup of Jira Core and Confluence.
Stumbled across this as I'm looking to do the same using Jira with Confluence Cloud.
Using the Jira/Confluence integration app, a Confluence page can be linked to a Jira Issue. However, it would be nice if that link was automatically reflected back into the Jira issue.
Anyone know if this can be done?
The manual approach is to add the Confluence page URL to the Jira Issue description field as a 'Link' but that's just duplicating the effort...
The only way I know of is that when you insert the affected issue in your confluence page. Confluence converts that link into a Jira macro. After saving / publishing your page the macro would show your Jira issue. Moreover, at the top of the page there is another reference to that Jira issue.
On your Jira issue a link of type mentioned inshould have been created automatically.
C4J Addon can present a page of Confluence directly inside a Jira issue. If the page has attached files or Attachment Macro the files/file list will be presented in the issue for the use to click. see:https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1222263/c4j-content-display-for-jira?hosting=server&tab=overview
Push the document as the fingertip for your Jira User. The list document related to that issue will show directly in Issue View -> quicker access
You can try with Smart Panels
Document about how to config: https://mgm-tp.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/IP2/overview?homepageId=370737292
with feature Smart WiKi Panel
Quick overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpsaiYrmF5s&feature=emb_logo
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