Release Notes: This release introduces a new notification and work action system, called WorkBox, that helps users focus on what needs their attention and act on it faster. It also adds simple personal and team-based tasks that can be added to any Confluence page and simply managed in WorkBox. Everything can be accessed through Confluence's new full, mobile-ready user interface for working with content, people, and tasks on-the-go.
Release Notes: This release adds visual page layouts, collaboration with quick comments and "likes", and highlighting of popular content.
Release Notes: This is one of the most significant updates to Confluence since its initial release in 2004. With a brand new WYSIWYG editor and wide-ranging user interface improvements, this is the most productive and user-friendly version to date.
Release Notes: This is a major release with a number of new features and enhancements. It has easy, powerful connections to Active Directory, LDAP, and Crowd, JIRA integration, enhanced code macros, more administrative improvements, categories, a new way of organizing spaces, embedding audio and video with the multimedia macro, other improvements, infrastructure changes, and more.
Release Notes: More keyboard shortcuts were added. Improvements were made to user macros. There's also a new plugin manager.
Release Notes: A number of features that make rich text editing as fast as wiki markup were added. Link to pages, blogs, attachments, and people can now be auto-completed by typing a '[' in the rich text editor. Attached images, PowerPoints, spreadsheets, and docs can be embedded directly into the page as you type by typing '!' and selecting the attachment you want to embed. A number of new keyboard shortcuts let you insert and edit tables, create bullets and numbered lists, and more.
Release Notes: This release delivers a number of new features like OpenSocial Gadgets which let you integrate with other applications on the Web and behind the firewall. Drag-and-Drop lets you attach files to a page just by dragging them from your desktop. You can also embed images and documents into a page while in edit mode just by dragging them into the editor. Confluence now supports Office 2007 documents so features like document import, edit-in-Word, and embedding documents in a page now work with Office 2007 files.
Release Notes: New social features including: hover profile, networks, status updates, enhanced user profiles, and activity streams. Other changes include a new Macro Browser tool, upgraded PDF export, and major performance improvements.
Release Notes: This release introduce the new Widget Connector, an easy way to embed multi-media content from all over the Web directly into your page. Add Youtube videos, Flickr slideshows, and Google Gadgets, just to name a few. With the improved Office Connector, you can now view the contents of attached files. Finding all your content is a lot easier. With Quick Navigation, just start typing in the search box and immediately see suggested results. And with 'Did You Mean', Confluence now suggests corrections for misspelled words.
Release Notes: Users can now edit wiki pages directly from Microsoft Office or OpenOffice via the Office Connector plugin, which is much simpler for non-technical users.