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The same license "Rich Filters for JIRA Dashboards" for Jira and Confluence

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Hi, I am interested to buy "Rich Filters for JIRA Dashboards" and for Confluence but I need to know  if I have to get one or two licence to better plan the budget.

 

Can someone help me?

 

Many thanks

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You will need a licence for each service you add it to.

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Thanks Nic.

But, where I can find this plugin for Confluence? I Found just the one for Jira.

I assumed you'd already found it, as you were asking the question about licences.  I don't know that there is one.

Like Dave Liao likes this

Sorry Nic,

 

I can be more clear.

 

Actually, at this link

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.qotilabs.jira.rich-filters-plugin/server/overview

I read "Build the same interactive dashboards in Confluence! ": what does this mean? Maybe I need the same plugin for Confluence or The one for Jira provides some external gadget? Many thanks for your help

I don't know, it seems like an odd sentence as there doesn't seem to be a Confluence equivalent.

Many thanks the same

Dave Liao Community Leader Sep 26, 2020

For anyone reading this and wondering what Davide was/is wondering, what the vendor probably meant is that you can embed Rich Filter Jira dashboard gadgets in Confluence pages.

Hello, This is Dan from Rich Filters support. For anyone reading this thread, I would like to confirm that you can indeed embed Rich Filter gadgets in Confluence pages. You don't need to purchase and install another dedicated Confluence app. All you have to do is to register the Rich Filter gadgets as external gadgets on your Confluence instance.

From a licensing point of view, you only need the Rich Filters for Jira Dashboards app installed and licensed on your Jira instance. You can then register the rich filter gadgets from that Jira instance on as many Confluence instances as you wish. Hope this clarifies the topic.

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