Atlassian Connect add-on integrations with JIRA and Confluence mobile

Description

This issue is about supporting Atlassian Connect integration with our JIRA and Confluence mobile applications. It is important to note that they are entirely different applications so some modules may not be supportable (like WebPanels) and may have to be replaced with an alternative while other modules (like Macros) will have to be extended in order to be supported.

This issue is around supporting JIRA and Confluence mobile integration with Atlassian Connect.

If you are an add-on developer then please add your use case to the comments of this issue to let us know where we should direct our efforts; should this issue be tackled. This issue is not on the immediate short term roadmap.

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Simon Herd
September 3, 2019, 6:32 AM

We (and our customers) would like to be able view and update ProForma forms from within the Jira mobile app. This would allow more non-technical teams to use Jira. Possible scenarios include:

  • Operations team: Complete safety checklists for a room/facility

  • Field service teams: File service requests

Ucchishta Sivaguru
July 2, 2019, 8:09 AM
Edited

I would like to add that the behavior that @m.m.j.arts@avisi.nl described is happening to both static and dynamic macros. However, both types seems to render fine in mobile browser (on the mobile view) if they reside in the old editor.
See screenshots attached.

Andrey Khaneev
June 4, 2019, 12:50 PM

This also affect Table Filter and Charts app with 7k installs.

Maarten Arts
April 17, 2018, 3:15 PM

We just got a question from a customer about one of our apps that uses macro's. All of their page's content is inside our macro. So when they visit it on the Confluence mobile app, they don't see any of their content.

Instead, they get the message "Tap to see macro content in your browser". When the tap on it, they're redirected to the browser where they get the exact same message. They then have navigate to the desktop version of Confluence in their browser, where they can finally see the content.

This is not usable for them, obviously. Is this the intended solution for handling macros on the Confluence mobile app? Or will there be a better solution in the future?

Maarten Arts
March 29, 2018, 1:32 AM

Our use case: We're adding the notion of a customer to Jira and Confluence and allow users to link customers to issues and pages. This creates context for the issue/page and categorizes issues/pages by customer.

Both the context and the categorization are missing in the mobile apps. Our users say they use the mobile apps when they are visiting customers, attending networking events and trade shows.

On Confluence we are using the byline to show a UI where users can link customers to a page.
On Jira we are using an issue panel to show a UI where uses can link customers to an issue.

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Reporter

Robert Massaioli