In Meeting minutes it is possible to create Jira issues automatically in the Jira project with the same key as the Confluence space. It is also possible to choose a dedicated project.
Additionally all issues are created with a label including the page ID of Confluence Meeting minutes page. So you can display all Jira issues created from that specific page. On https://hagen-management.atlassian.net/wiki/x/OgCJUg you can see how this is possible.
On the Home page of a project space in Confluence you can place multiple Viable Issues Buttons. You can configure the macro and set default values for Project, Issue type, Priority and Component.
Project managers, team members, ... are now able to quickly add new requirements, features, tasks or even bugs to their project.
Especially customers at the beginning of their journey like the possibility of a "My tasks" space.
This is a hub where they can quickly view all their issues. They also create tasks in this space that do not belong to a dedicated project, but should also be tracked within Jira. Most of the time customers use it for issues regarding their job, but combined with Jira's issue security configuration many users also use it for private tasks.
Strategy / OKR
When you are familiar with the principles of OKR, Viable Issues can support you to bring them straight into Jira.
In case you are managing your ideas in Jira, you can create an idea management hub within Confluence. There you can display all issues created via Viable Issues.
Do you want to tell us your experiences with Viable Issues? Do you need improvements in order to create new use-cases?