I'm creating a task list for my team, organized by their names and issues.
I am trying to embed several Jira issues at a time into Confluence using the Jira Issue Macro. I would really like to have Confluence automatically populate when new Jira issues are tagged to an individual. Is anyone aware of a way to do this?
Right now, I have to use the Jira Macro and search 1 issue at a time.
To return more than one issue you will need to craft a query using JQL.
For example to search for all issues assigned to a specific user you would enter:
assignee = username
To search for multiple users you could use:
assignee in (username1, username2, ...)
The best way to craft a query if you are not familiar with JQL is to create your query in the basic format, switching to the Advanced view and then copy/pasting your search into the Jira Macro on the Confluence side.
Hope this helps,
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