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Use Microsoft Teams and Confluence together

You can soon create, edit, and share Confluence pages without leaving Microsoft Teams.

Need to quickly find a Confluence page? Add it to a tab. You can even let other teammates know about it too.

Collaborating in Confluence without leaving Microsoft Teams

It’s a time-saving way to collaborate with your teammates. And helps avoid the dreaded “too many open browsers” overload.

  • Create and edit pages. Minimizes context-switching.

  • Add a page in a tab. An easy way to keep track without going back and forth between browsers.

  • Get notified about edits and new content. Stay in the know.

  • People can preview pages you share. Take a quick look or read all the info right away.

  • Search within Teams for previously shared pages. Information is never lost.

  • Capture and share meeting notes as a group. Make decisions and agree on action items together.

Get started

To add the Confluence Cloud for Microsoft Teams app: 

  1. Open your Microsoft Teams app.

  2. Select Apps in the bottom right corner.

  3. Search Confluence Cloud.

  4. Select Open and follow the prompts to connect it.

To share Confluence pages in Teams channels:

  1. Go to the chat window.

  2. Select

  3. Type in Confluence Cloud to add the app.

You need to join Confluence to collaborate on pages within Microsoft Teams. When you connect the app, you can request access to Confluence from your Confluence admin.

Create a new Confluence page

  1. Select Teams tab in the left panel.

  2. Select one of your channels.

  3. Click + in the top right.

  4. Click Confluence Cloud for Microsoft Teams app.

  5. Select Create page

  6. Select the Confluence site, then a Parent page.

  7. Add your page title and start writing.

You can choose to save as a draft, share, and publish - it’s the same way you’d normally create a page, you’re just doing it from within Microsoft Teams.

Need to update page permissions? Set them directly in Confluence.

Add an existing Confluence page

If you have multiple Confluence sites, you'll need to choose which site to search for pages from.

  1. Select Teams tab in the left panel.

  2. Select one of your channels.

  3. Click + in the top right.

  4. Click Confluence Cloud for Microsoft Teams app.

  5. Select Attach page.

  6. Search by title or choose a recently viewed page.

  7. You can select Post to the channel about this tab.

  8. Select Save.

Share a Confluence page in a channel

  1. Start a new conversation with someone or your team.

  2. Click the Confluence Cloud icon at the bottom.

  3. Select which page you want to share.

  4. Type message and send.

Use Confluence during a Teams meeting

  1. Click Calendar in the left menu.

  2. Click New Meeting.

  3. Create a meeting title and add required attendees (You'll need to add someone to the invitation first).

  4. Click Send and you'll see the meeting on your Calendar.

  5. Open the meeting and click in the top right.

  6. Select Confluence Cloud to add notes to your meeting.

  7. Click Add.

  8. Click Save.

  9. You'll see a button for Start Notes to show you've successfully added the Confluence app to your meeting.

Take notes

You can start taking notes before, during, or after the meeting.

  1. Select Start Notes.

  2. Select Join will allow you to enter a meeting.

  3. Select the Confluence logo at the top right - that will open a side panel for you to take notes during your meeting.

  4. Select Publish then choose which Space to publish the notes to.

After your meeting ends, the notes you took will also be sent to your meeting conversation.

Uninstall the app

  1. You’ll see the Confluence logo in the left panel.

  2. Right-click the icon.

  3. Select Uninstall.

  4. Confirm Uninstall.

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