Atlassian Confluence Valuable Features

David Molesworth
Delivery Lead at Cyma
The whole solution is really great. I appreciate the ability to create content, link content, and then search for that content when I need to. I love all of the add-ons the solution offers. You get the base product, and then you can plug in a ton of third-party apps. There's a whole ecosystem of third-party products you can add in if there are any features that may be missing on Confluence itself. That's really great. There are very good notifications and links. You can subscribe to a page, and whenever that page gets edited, you're notified of a change on that page. I suppose just the whole structure and organization is what I really like about Confluence. You have at least 500 odd pages. The way it's structured, again, to speed up the ability to find stuff, is phenomenal. The self-service capabilities are helpful. Anyone can create content. We do, in fact. It's not one person running lots and lots of pages of content, it's everyone. You can self-service, update, and change things yourself, which is good. It's a great collaboration endeavor. We are a team of 15 people and we'll leverage the content we've created previously. The ability to collaborate on the content is quite critical to us. The integration's very good. You still have integration with lots of third party products, and it's very good. View full review »
CEO & CPO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The interesting thing is the connector between Jira and Confluence (it works wiki-like and provides a deep-connection with links between both systems). The alternative is to run for early-stage backlog-items in immature state a separate wiki-instance that would not feature the proper linkage of backlog-entries automatically. View full review »
Lindsay Fifield
Customer Success Manager at LogiGear Corporation
We really like how it organizes everything. I don't know if it's because of the ability to create different pages or not, however, everything is very organized. It's easy to differentiate different materials based on the project and navigate to them. The solution makes it so it's very easy to navigate and very easy to search. It's extremely intuitive. The solution is great for non-technical users. You don't have to have a big technological background to work with it effectively. I myself am not very technical and I can get around it without much difficulty. View full review »
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Michael Peterson
GM Technology at a energy/utilities company with 51-200 employees
I think it is easy to use. There are a large number of out-of-the-box templates, which can satisfy the majority of use cases. If those templates do not quite cover what you want them to do, you can tweak the templates so you can create your own just so you end up with standardized content look and feel. It integrates well with the other Atlassian products, like the Jira software, which we use for our software development teams. Overall I am pretty satisfied with it. We like the user interface and it is similar to the Jira software as well which makes it very familiar. View full review »
System Engineer at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
What I like the most is the Wiki software that comes with Atlassian Confluence. The interface is good and it's pretty easy to use. Most developers have some experience with Jira, which makes it pretty easy for people to pick up. We don't usually need to provide them a string. View full review »
Business Analyst at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
It is just the fact that it is a one-stop shop for all project documentation. It is compared to storing things in files and directories and stuff like that. It provides the overall usability and accessibility of many projects and documents in one area. View full review »
RPA Business Consultant at a tech consulting company with 10,001+ employees
Integration with JIRA,, Creately, and other mockups tools is a boon to Confluence's usage in handling complex problems. View full review »
Sebastian Lawrence
Solutions Delivery Lead at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
The most valuable features are the ease of creating documentation, as well as charts. View full review »
Morgan Day
Managing Consultant - Enterprise Architecture at Wipro Technologies
The most valuable features are hyper-linking, the Drawing Tool, and enhanced tables. View full review »
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