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Jira fields and data copied to Confluence

Elements Publish to Confluence lets you copy fields values and data from a Jira issue to a Confluence page.

In this page, you will find a list of fields and values supported by our add-on.

Issue data

Issue key(tick)Use the "Issue key" value in the "Insert" option (see tutorial).
Project name(tick)Use the "Project name" value in the "Insert" option (see tutorial).
Attachments(tick)Use the "Copy attachments from source issue" option (see tutorial).
Labels(tick)Use the "Copy labels from source issue" option (see tutorial).

Fields values

All the values in the table below can be found in the "Insert" option, as explained in this tutorial : Publish Jira data in Confluence pages.

Field typeSupportedComment
Text Field (single line)(tick)Including Summary.
Text Field (multi-lines)(tick)Including Description, Environment.
URL Field(tick)
Number Field(tick)Including Story points, Story point estimate.

Version Picker (single version)

Version Picker (multiple versions)(tick)Including Affects Versions, Fix Versions.
Select List (single choice)(tick)
Select List (multiple choices)(tick)
Select List (cascading)(tick)
Radio Button(tick)
Epic Name(tick)
User Picker (single user)(tick)Including Reporter, Assignee, Creator.
User Picker (multiple users)(tick)Including Approvers, Watchers, Request participants.
Issue status(tick)
Request type(tick)
Affected Services(tick)
Assets(tick)Formerly from Insight, available in Jira Premium.
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