📋 Meeting template

If you want to configure the meeting request that is sent out, you can do this in the templates section of our admin panel.

By default, only the comment the users enters and a link to the issue is included.

Please note: The dial-in information for Teams meetings is always added at the end of the meeting, independent of what you configure in the template.

If you would like to add more information to the meeting request, you can do this in the template editor. You have access to the full issue information, so including any issue field (even custom fields) is possible.

Here is an example which would include linked issues in the meeting:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 {{comment}} <br /><br /> <h3>Linked issues</h3> {{#each issue.issuelinks}} {{#if this.outwardIssue}} Issue {{this.type.outward}} <a href="<jira Url>/browse/{{this.outwardIssue.key}}">{{this.outwardIssue.fields.summary}}</a> {{/if}} {{#if this.inwardIssue}} Issue {{this.type.inward}} <a href="<jira Url>/browse/{{this.inwardIssue.key}}">{{this.inwardIssue.fields.summary}}</a> {{/if}} <br /> {{/each}} <br /> <hr /><br /> This event was created from issue <a href="{{issue.webUrl}}"> {{issue.key}} - {{issue.summary}} </a> {{!-- Online meeting details will be added below automatically by Office 365 --}}

Our app uses Handlebars to generate the final meeting, so you can use any syntax that is supported by Handlebars (e.g. in the example above, a loop with the “{{#each}}” command).

In case you want to see what data is included in the issue, you can always use the Jira REST API to find out, simply visit the following URL in your browser. You can format the response by a service like https://beautifier.io/

1 <Jira Base Url>/rest/api/2/issue/<issue key>