This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: JIRA Issues Macro
We are using Confluence for technical documentation.
We would like to put JIRA issue macro during reviewing the technical documents.
Is it possible to create JIRA issue from view mode into an included page in a technical document?
We are able to leave inline comment with TALK add-on wherever in a main document (let it be included pages or the content is that documents itself).
We are wondering if we could to the same for JIRA, by confluence feature or any add-ons?
Thank you very much for the help.
Are you trying to have a common page which contains a JIRA Issues macro and then include this page into multiple other pages, thus allowing a user to use the macro (already present on inside the common page that was included) to create new issues inside JIRA ?
Are you trying to avoid having to include JIRA Issues macro on each "technical document" and have the macro already configured in a page that get included where needed ?
Thank you for asking for clarification.
So this common page potentially will be included in multiple documents.
For 1 document which includes that page, it will be reviewed by end-users.
We only want to give the end-users the view-only access.
We are expecting the end-user of that document to give feedback/question by using JIRA issue.
JIRA issue has been created in JIRA but it does not link to the common page. Also, there is no JIRA issue macro embeded in the common page.
This happens with inline comments. However, we installed TALK add-on to solve the inline comments difficulties.
So, is it possible the end-user to create JIRA issue to that particular included common page on the main document in view mode?
Is there any plug-ins or add-ons that behave like TALK add-on for creating JIRA issue?
I really appreciate the help on this. Thank you very much.
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