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Synchronized table between Confluence and Jira

Chaiyeen Oh
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Mar 20, 2023

Is it possible to create a table in Confluence that can synchronize bi-directionally between Jira and Confluence? 

For instance, I want the table to automatically update itself on Confluence when someone make changes on Jira and vice versa. 

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Mar 21, 2023

Hi @Chaiyeen Oh ,

In Confluence you may use the Jira Issues macro: it will automatically pull and update data coming from Jira on your Confluence page. But you won't be able to change smth via the macro and push the updates back to Jira.

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