Give your team one place to share, find, and collaborate on information they need to get work done. Give your team Confluence. No email. No meetings. No problem.
Discuss ideas, define requirements, report on projects, run retrospectives, publish docs, and so much more.
Work in one place: Capture the knowledge that's too often lost in email inboxes and shared network drives in Confluence instead – where it's easy to find, use, and update.
Organize your information: Give every team, project, or department its own space with its own permissions and theme. Keep information organized and accessible with a flexible page hierarchy.
Get work done: Create anything with a rich content editor in your web browser. Whether it's meeting notes, product requirements, file lists, or project plans, you can get it done in Confluence.
Engage everyone: Encourage discussion, collect feedback, and tap into your team's collective knowledge with threaded comments, mentions, and likes. Whether you're in the same office or across the globe, it's easy to work together.
Find what you need: Get the information you need – meeting notes, files, requirements, policies, people – and get on with your day. When everything is in one place, you stop looking and start finding
Look, search, ask: Add Confluence Questions to capture, learn from, and retain the collective knowledge of your organization as it grows. Ask questions, get answers, and identify experts.
Add clarity to JIRA: Give everyone transparency between the issues tracked in JIRA and related content in Confluence — product requirements, project reports, roadmaps, and more.
Cloudswave Score for Atlassian Confluence
Rating based on 37 Critic Reviews
Cameron Turner, on GetApp
Great app, very easy to use. The social/commentary features work well to encourage collaborate working on document pages and also motivates people in the team to keep documents up to date.
Pros : Feature rich, easy to use, cloud environment is fast and pages load very quickly.
Cons : While the base service is feature rich. If you do need extra plug-ins, the pricing for market place plug-ins can get a bit out of control.
Authenticated Reviewer, on TrustRadius
Confluence Use Cases and Deployment ScopeConfluence is used within our organization as a project management collaboration tool and as a method for making important documentation available to business stakeholders. As we continue establishing our agile project management methodology, Confluence (in concert with Atlassian JIRA), is quickly becoming our trusted ally. Our technical and business users both rely on it for sharing information.
Pros : Compared to other tools of its type, Confluence seems to have a very low barrier to entry for all types of users. Everyone from low level users to the most technical developers seem to learn the software quickly and effectively.Despite its out of the box simplicity, Confluence is quite extensible. Between Custom Macros, External Gadgets, and 3rd Party Add-ons, you can extend Confluence to meet most of your business needs, whatever they may be.Confluence's integration with Atlassian JIRA means th
Cons : One particular problem we've experienced is the lack of an ability to collaborate on Excel documents. To do this, you must download an Excel attachment, make your changes, and then re-upload it creating a new version. Due to the overhead involved in this, we often find ourselves using SharePoint for this task. It's certainly not a deal-breaker, but it would be nice if there was an add-on which allowed in-app editing of Excel worksheets.I've observed that users who mainly work on a stack of Micro
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