JIRA queries unleash the full power of JIRA. Below is a living list of some useful queries.
issueFunction in lastUpdated("by currentUser()") AND updated >= -15d
issueFunction in lastUpdated("by currentUser()") AND updated >= -15d AND status not in (Closed, Resolved, "On Hold") ORDER BY updated DESC
issueFunction in linkedIssuesOf("issue =PROJECT-1234")
project in ("MYSUBPROJECT") AND status not in (Closed, Resolved, Delivered, "In Verification", Integration) and not issuefunction in linkedIssuesOf("project = MYINBOX and type = Epic", "is Epic of")
Applying the principle "any information related to a ticket should be in the ticket", the meeting notes, updates, actions relevant to a specific ticket should be in that ticket (rather than sending meeting notes in a confluence page or email etc...).
We can then use JIRA dashboard to generate the collated meeting notes automatically from the last comments in the relevant tickets.
Before meeting: Flag items that are to be discussed in the meeting. On a Kanban Board, right click to flag/unflag tickets
During meeting: Add a comment to the relevant jira ticket(s) with the meeting updates
After meeting: CopyNpaste the dashboard "Last Comment" report and post via email/Confluence