How to see Dashboard Hub for Jira - Custom Charts and Reports in Confluence

This article provides two options for sharing a Jira Dashboard in Confluence.
Option # 1 explains the use of Dashboard Hub for Confluence and Dashboard Hub Connector for Jira, while Option # 2 covers using the iiframe macro in Confluence. Both options enable easy integration of Jira data and dashboard into the Confluence pages.

Option 1: Install Dashboard Hub for Confluence:

  1. Install the Dashboard Hub for Confluence App to your Confluence instance.

  2. Install Dashboard Hub Connector for Jira in your target Jira instance(s). This connector acts as a bridge between Confluence and the Jira data.

  3. Configure the Jira data sources to grab data from Jira and display it on your Confluence dashboards.

Note: The connector apps are free and don't need to be configured. But your main confluence instance needs the paid app(Dashboard Hub for Confluence) to create dashboards of externally connected instances. You can find more details in

Option 2: Use the iFrame Macro in Confluence:

In case you need from time to time introduce a dashboard from Jira into Confluence, you can use the iFrame macro in Confluence.


  1. Generate "“Public Link" in Jira for the desired dashboard.

  2. Insert "“iFrame Macro"” in the Confluence page.

  3. Specify the URL field to include the public link generated in the share dialog in Jira.

  4. Configure the width and other settings of the iFrame macro as per your requirements.

  • Either of these options will allow you to dynamically display a Dashboard Hub for Jira data within a Confluence page.

  • Ensure you have the necessary permissions to install the apps. If you do not have the required permissions, contact the administrator.