Through integration, the following data of users existing in Confluence will be synced with Admina:
Employee or external account
Confluence permissions (roles)
Additionally, an alert function will be triggered if there is an account of a retired employee on Confluence.
You can create or delete an account for the Confluence.
Confluence, provided by Atlassian, is a team collaboration software that supports document creation, knowledge sharing, and project management. Confluence enables seamless collaboration and centralization of information, contributing to improved team productivity. With its feature-rich toolkit and flexibility, it is used by organizations of various industries and sizes.
【Features and Detailed Functionality】
Page creation and editing: Users can create and edit documents and wiki pages using a user-friendly editor. They can add diverse content such as formatting, tables, images, and embedded videos.
Collaboration between teams: Multiple users can simultaneously edit content and share comments and feedback. Real-time updates and versioning facilitate collaboration among teams.
Creation and sharing of knowledge base: Create a knowledge base to enhance knowledge sharing within the organization. With document search functionality and labeling, information retrieval and organization become effortless.
Project management: Track and manage project tasks, roadmaps, and schedules. Gain a comprehensive overview of the team's progress and easily assign tasks.
Plugins and integrations: Various plugins and integrations available in the Atlassian Marketplace extend Confluence's functionality and enable integration with other tools.
Confluence offers two main pricing plans: Cloud and Server. The Cloud version eliminates hosting and maintenance concerns, providing flexible scaling options. The Server version allows deployment and customization in an on-premises environment. For detailed pricing information, please refer to the official Confluence website.
【Common Use Cases】
Confluence has various use cases. For example, team members can use Confluence to create project documents and share them across the entire team. It can be used to create a knowledge base, aggregating and making organizational knowledge searchable. Additionally, the project management features can be leveraged to track team progress and manage tasks.