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We use the template add on for Jira to create templates for our epics which we are then able to update without too much trouble.
What I'm wondering if it's possible to do something similar in confluence - populate a template with jira links that then update when you update the epic links.
Or to create a link between confluence and jira so that when you create a new epic, those links populate in a confluence template.
So for example, if I'm creating a line of toys and I have an epic template with each task that goes into creating a toy, I want to automatically create/link those tickets to a confluence page/template, and then be able to do so for every iteration of "toy" so every new epic that I make, I want to create a matching confluence page with the relevant links.
Is such a thing possible?