I have a confluence page where I have a table filter macro where I used a jql to list a set of issues.
How do I use JQL on JIRA to find all the issues in the confluence page in the table? I tried linkedIssuesOfRemote("application-name","Confluence") and also "mentioned in", but only those issues with mentions are showing up and nothing from JQL macros.
Hi @JIRAfied ,
We suggest using the wide range search JQL for your Jira Issues macro:
For example, here we get all the issues from the "Handy" project in Jira. And you can easily retrieve issues from several related projects: project = "Project 1" OR project = "Project 2", etc.
Then you wrap your Jira Issues macro in the Table Filter macro and set the required filters so that your users will be able to filter specific issues from the View page mode (like in Excel and without any JQL).
For example, here we have a freetext filter for the "Summary" column (the screenshot was taken in the View mode):
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