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How do you show "Assignee" on tickets presented in Confluence calendars?

We recently implemented Confluence Calendars and we'd like to display JIRA tickets but also include the Assignee of that ticket. What is the trick to making this happen?

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AnnWorley
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jun 27, 2017

On my test instance the assignee is displayed when you click on the event in the calendar:

Screen Shot 2017-06-27 at 2.30.37 PM.png

Please let me know if that is working for you and whether it's sufficient for your use case.

Yes -- we do see it when we click on the event. The question is whether Assignee can be displayed without having to click on the event. We'd like it to appear via the calendar view (without having to click on the event).

same here - instead of (Due Date) can is display assignee?

I have the same question and would like to know if anyone found a solution for this. Please advise.

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