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Link a Confluence page to an epic

This page applies to company-managed projects only.

Learn more about the difference between company-managed and team-managed projects.

If you’ve linked your Jira Software site to Confluence, you can link existing Confluence pages to your epics. For example, you may want to link your epic to a specification or design document in Confluence.

To link an existing Confluence page to an epic:

  1. Go to the Backlog of your Jira project, and select the Epic filter dropdown.

  2. In the epic filter dropdown, turn on the Epic panel toggle.

  3. You can expand an epic’s details by selecting the chevron () next to an epic’s name, then selecting View details.

  4. In the issue detail view, select the link icon then select Link Confluence page.

  5. In the Confluence pages section that appears, you can search for a page or paste in a link, then select Link.

You can perform this action with your keyboard via Jira’s command palette. Use command + K (for Mac) or Ctrl + K (for Windows) to open the command palette while you’re in Jira. Learn more about Jira’s command palette

You can add up to 2000 links to an issue. This includes:

  • web links

  • Confluence pages

  • links to an external issue on a different Jira instance

  • links to other Atlassian products.

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