Time Machine: a modern versioning for Jira
Jira stores all modifications within a history but do not provide versioning like for pages of Confluence. Specify a date/time ("as of") to automatically create historic Jira data sets being referenced in Confluence.
Flexible definition of lists of issues
You can configure Jira Fields, like Traffic-Lights and almost all other fields, as well as their formatting via CSS to describe the content of each row, representing an issue within a Jira Fields List.
Use the best of Jira & Confluence
Focus on content mixed together from Jira and Confluence: use the best of both worlds to be more efficient.
- use a Time Machine: get Jira data sets as of XYZ (historic date/time)
- integrate rendered Jira fields into Confluence pages like Traffic-Light fields
- format Jira fields with CSS
- use Jira field lists to display chunks of issues as a table with pagination and define for all rows: which Jira fields are shown and how shall they look like