1. Create JIRA Issues

The following features require that Confluence is application linked to JIRA 6.1.3.

Turn requirements into JIRA issues

Take your product requirements and turn them into issues in JIRA without leaving Confluence. No more copy and pasting – it just works.

Automatic JIRA linking

Quickly access related epics, issues, and sprints from the top of your Confluence pages.

2. Run Retrospectives

Standardize your retrospectives

Invite team members to contribute and reflect on what went well and what didn't with the Retrospectives blueprint.

Assign action items and improve

Identify opportunities for improvement and assign action items for each team member to focus on for the next project.

Find your retrospectives in one place

Confluence automatically collects all your retrospectives in one place so you know exactly where to find them.

3. Publish JIRA Reports

The following features require that Confluence is application linked to JIRA.

Share status reports

Create an ad-hoc status report of your release that's tracked in JIRA without leaving Confluence.

Publish change logs

Communicate to stakeholders what changed between releases without needing to give them access to JIRA.

 

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