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Installing Plugins

The plugins featured on this page are not installed out-of-the-box. To install them, please refer to our documentation on installing plugins.


Team Calendars

Track  people, projects, & content 

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Skin & Theme Your Intranet

Customise Confluence

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Collaborative Diagrams

Beautiful web-based diagrams

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Create Mockup Diagrams

Diagrams and Mockups

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Where people, projects, and content meet 

Team Calendars is your single source of truth - managing team leave, tracking projects, and planning events. 

With Team Calendars you can 

  • Quickly track and report on your project releases
  • Understand how the availability of your team members can impact those projects
  • Communicate the status of your projects and team's availability to your stakeholders
  • Plan events and dive deeper into Confluence content related to them
Team Calendars offers three different calendar types. People Calendars to schedule team leave, JIRA Calendars to track projects, and Event Calendars to plan just about anything.

 

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Skin and theme your intranet


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You have a number of options for completely customising the look and feel of Confluence. Below, we've highlighted the most popular options for skinning Confluence for use as a corporate intranet.

RefinedWiki Original Theme

RefinedWikis Original Theme is a plugin which gives Confluence a whole new design and makes it easier for your company to collaborate and share documents.

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ThemeBuilder

If you are looking to build your own theme, the Theme Builder plugin allows you to add and customise logo banners, menu-driven navigation, style sheets, footers and more...

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Collaborative web-based diagrams

The Gliffy plugin allows you to easily create professional-quality flowcharts and diagrams, right in your Confluence pages.

At Atlassian, our Human Resources department used this tool to map out our recruitment process. This diagram is embedded in a Confluence page in the team's space where employees involved in the recruitment process can quickly understand what the next step is. For example, what step comes after the initial interview, and who is responsible for that step.

How to add a Diagram to a Confluence page
  1. Hover your cursor over the Add menu on any Confluence page
  2. Select Gliffy Diagram
  3. Enter a name for your diagram
  4. Use the Gliffy Web-based editor to complete your diagram
  5. Once you've completed your diagram, select Save and Close from the File menu in the top-left of the Gliffy editor

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(warning) The Gliffy and Balsamiq plugins are pre-installed with Confluence Hosted Evaluations.

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Create mockup diagrams

Ever heard the saying 'a picture is worth a thousand words'? Using the Balsamiq Mockups Plugin you can create and visualise mockups of diagrams for proposed layouts of website content, new features, and much more, right within Confluence.

How can you use it?
  • Our 'Development Team' uses Balsamiq to mockup new features for our products. The Balsamiq Mockup below eventuated in the new Image Browser that shipped in Confluence 3.1.
  • Our 'Marketing Team' use Balsamiq to create mockups of pages for our website in Confluence. The mockups are then given to our 'Web Team' to implement.
How to add a Mockup to an existing page
  1. Hover your cursor over the Add menu on any Confluence page
  2. Select UI Mockup
  3. Use the Balsamiq Web-based editor to complete your mockup
  4. Once you've completed your mockup, select Save and Close from the Mockup menu in the top-left of the Balsamiq editor
Import Existing Mockups

You can reuse a whole bunch of Mockups that have been contributed by the community.

(warning) The Gliffy and Balsamiq plugins are pre-installed with Confluence Hosted Evaluations.

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Other plugins pre-Installed

Confluence comes with a set of bundled plugins (macros) that you can use right away with the Macro Browser. Learn more.

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More Confluence plugins

There are hundreds of open-source and commercial plugins available for Confluence. Browse them by category on the Atlassian Plugin Exchange.

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