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How do Confluence plugins work?
What is Atlassian plugin?
A plugin is a bundle of code, resources and configuration files that can be dropped into an Atlassian product to add new functionality or change the behaviour of existing features. Every plugin is made up of one or more plugin modules.Dec 8, 2017
How do I make a Confluence plugin?
- Open a terminal window and navigate to the directory where you'd like to create your plugin.
- Run the command atlas-create-confluence-plugin and fill in the plugin details as follows:
- The plugin skeleton will be created automatically and you'll receive a confirmation message as follows:
Where does Confluence store plugins?
All Confluence plugins are stored in the database. To allow for quicker access to classes contained within the plugin JARs, Confluence will cache these plugins in the plugin-cache directory.
What does Confluence integrate with?
You can integrate Confluence with other applications using Application Links. The Application Links feature allows you to link Confluence to applications such as JIRA Software or JIRA Service Management.
Can we integrate Jira and Confluence?
Integrate Confluence and Jira Software Jira is great at helping your team plan and track project work. When you link a Jira Software project to the Confluence space where all your project documentation lives, you eliminate the need for shared drives and file folders.
What can you use Confluence for?
Confluence is a collaboration wiki tool used to help teams to collaborate and share knowledge efficiently. With confluence, we can capture project requirements, assign tasks to specific users, and manage several calendars at once with the help of Team Calendars add-on.
Does Confluence integrate with teams?
The Confluence and Teams integration allows us to pull information from Confluence Cloud which is where we keep information across the technical and business side of Logicaldox and easily include it in Teams meetings or conversations.Aug 4, 2021
What are Confluence macros?
Macros are powerful tools that help you to extend the capabilities of your Confluence pages, allowing you to add extra functionality or include dynamic content. You know you've inserted a macro onto the page because macros present you with additional parameters in a modal window.
How do I enable macros in Confluence?
- Go to > Manage apps.
- Select System from the drop down and search for the Confluence HTML Macros system app.
- Expand the listing and enable the html (html-xhtml) module.
Is Confluence free private?
Confluence is completely open to logged-in users when you're on the Free plan. That means everyone who can log in to your Confluence site can view, add, and edit spaces and pages. To take advantage of Confluence permissions, restrictions, or anonymous access, upgrade your plan.
How do I access Confluence plugins?
- Discover and install new apps from the Atlassian Marketplace.
- Install or remove apps.
- Configure app settings.