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Jira Confluence Workflow Extensions

Streamline Confluence pages with automation powered by Jira Workflows

Empower and speed-up your Confluence experience with Jira Confluence Workflow Extensions by automating the creation of pages and filling them from Jira issue fields which would give your pages a hell of a kick start, and keep track of your pages with a creative set of conditions, validations and post-functions that will keep your companys' pages consisted, organized and controlled 

Quick Intro about JCWE

1. Automate creation of pages from Jira workflow by filling Templates from Jira issue fields

Allow your employees to create and fill Confluence pages by clicking a workflow button in Jira. which is super easy to configure and customize the page location with easily configured schemes: Space Project Scheme and Customfield Space Schemes, which will create your organize your pages based on Jira a issue project or custom field.. 

2. Fill Confluence pages with Confluence creative content

Utilize the usage of Confluence creative content that includes a set of supported content which would filled from a controlled issue fields and custom fields that will keep your pages always filled with the right amount of information. 

3. Have a dynamic link from your issue to a page with Confluence Page Custom field

After the creation of a page you may store the newly created page in Confluence Page Custom Field in Jira issue which would allow you to take more actions and control the page with a well rounded set of workflow conditions and post-functions.

4. Update and restrict page permission with easily configured Workflow Post-Functions

Build and control Confluence pages and ensure locking of pages during the page's growth process.

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3. Organise your pages

Here are some tips for organising your content.

  • Change the page order

The sidebar on the left displays your pages in a hierarchy. If you have Space Administrator permissions you can click "Space Tools" > "Reorder Pages" to move pages around.

  • Add labels

Labels help keep pages organised and make it easier for you to find the information you need. Click "Labels" at the bottom of a page to add or edit. The "Related pages" section on this page uses labels too!

  • Make templates

Standardise and speed up the page creation process with templates. You can create and format a template with page layouts, standard headings and instructional text for hints and guidelines. Check out our sample page on "Making a template"

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