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What is Confluence?

Confluence is a collaboration and content sharing platform used primarily by customers who are already using Atlassian's Jira project tracking product. The product appeals particularly to IT users.

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Popular Features

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  • Document collaboration (104)
  • Access control (102)
  • Notifications (107)
  • Search (107)

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Free for 10 Users



Per User Per Month



Per User Per Month

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee
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  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $10 per month
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Product Demos

Confluence-Demo: Unterseiten bis in beliebige Tiefe anlegen


Atlassian Confluence 101 - Delete and Restore a Page


Atlassian Confluence 101 - Organize Pages


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Project Management

Project management software provides capabilities to streamline management of complex projects through task management, team collaboration and workflow automation

Avg 7.9


Features that allow team members to communicate about collaborative projects and keep each other informed of their opinions and progress.

Avg 8.0

File Sharing & Management

Features that allow collaborators to view, work on, and organize files.

Avg 8.1
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Product Details

What is Confluence?

Confluence aims to give you the power to create anything and everything, from meeting notes, project plans, product requirements, and more. Include multimedia, dynamic content, and make your work come to life.

Share PDFs, Office docs, images, and more in Confluence. Automatic versioning, instant previews, full-text search, and pinned comments make it easy to manage your files.

Confluence Features

Project Management Features

  • Supported: Task Management
  • Supported: Workflow Automation
  • Supported: Mobile Access
  • Supported: File tracking
  • Supported: Tagging
  • Supported: Search
  • Supported: Integrates with other Project Management Tools
  • Supported: Visual planning tools

Communication Features

  • Supported: Status updates and activity feed
  • Supported: Notifications
  • Supported: Comments and feedback
  • Supported: Discussions
  • Supported: User directory and online status
  • Supported: Sharing and privacy
  • Supported: Internal knowledgebase

File Sharing & Management Features

  • Supported: Versioning
  • Supported: Document files
  • Supported: Image files
  • Supported: Video files
  • Supported: Audio files
  • Supported: Document collaboration
  • Supported: Shared folders
  • Supported: Access control
  • Supported: Advanced security features
  • Supported: Integrates with Google Drive
  • Supported: Device sync
  • Supported: Web interface
  • Supported: File change notifications
  • Supported: Simultaneous editing

Confluence Competitors

Confluence Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationNo

Frequently Asked Questions

Confluence is a collaboration and content sharing platform used primarily by customers who are already using Atlassian's Jira project tracking product. The product appeals particularly to IT users.

Confluence starts at $10.

Microsoft Yammer, Microsoft SharePoint, and OpenText Vibe are common alternatives for Confluence.

Reviewers rate Integrates with Outlook highest, with a score of 9.6.

The most common users of Confluence are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).
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Reviews and Ratings


Community Insights

TrustRadius Insights are summaries of user sentiment data from TrustRadius reviews and, when necessary, 3rd-party data sources. Have feedback on this content? Let us know!

Atlassian Confluence is a versatile tool that organizations use to enhance collaboration and knowledge sharing. Users have found it to be an effective solution for various use cases across departments and teams. For example, Confluence serves as a central document system for product owners and product management, storing important project documents and related information. It is also used as an internal Wikipedia and knowledge base, providing how-to guides, descriptions, and tracking project status.

Confluence plays a crucial role in facilitating communication and coordination within organizations. It helps teams effectively share knowledge, onboard new employees, and provide assistance to other teams by finding configuration files and debugging information. Many users appreciate its ability to document procedures and information in an easily accessible way, creating a centralized repository for organizational documentation.

With its wide range of features, Confluence is utilized for collaboration, project management, process and quality management, and knowledge management. It enables teams to coordinate tasks more easily, ensuring everyone has access to the necessary information. The software is also valued by IT departments as a knowledge base and internal web space. Additionally, it serves as a valuable agile tool for custom development services, providing a centralized place for documentation and integration with other tools.

Overall, Atlassian Confluence offers a robust platform for enhancing teamwork and knowledge sharing within organizations. Its versatility makes it suitable for various industries and departments, improving communication, productivity, and information accessibility.

Users recommend using Confluence for creating, storing, and retrieving business-critical resources. They suggest using Confluence for documentation work, especially in an agile project management environment. Users find Confluence to be a great tool for remote teams to work together and increase efficiency. They also recommend it for team collaboration and seamless project work. Users suggest using Confluence to eliminate communication gaps and improve visibility and backtracking. They think Confluence is excellent for sharing information and integrating with other tools. Additionally, reviewers recommend Confluence for workplaces with flexible schedules and remote working. They suggest considering Confluence when using other Atlassian tools for excellent integration. Users recommend using Confluence for team development documentation and any type of organizational documentation needs. They find Confluence easy to use and believe it makes documentation fun and easier to record. Users suggest using Confluence along with Jira for the best experience. They also recommend establishing a system for creating neat Confluence pages. Users suggest considering Confluence if already using the Atlassian suite but mention the need for improvements in integrations and editing abilities. Additionally, users recommend Confluence only if using Jira, as it may save money compared to other options. However, they suggest considering other options if complicated needs are required.

Attribute Ratings


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Bill Kratzer | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Honestly, we never call support so I am not entirely sure how to rate the Atlassian Support team. Confluence works. We don't do anything exotic or crazy with our installation. And if there are limitations, we just "move on" and work around them (not like I can think of many cases where that has even happened).
Steven Carmean | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Unless you are willing to pay for the higher tier of service, expect a 3 day return with the simple answers and some extra time to push through with the more complicated troubleshooting.
We choose to use the less expensive customer service pricing, and we tend to find the answers online from forums faster than we get responses from Confluence Support.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
This rating is specifically for Atlassian's self-help documentation on their website. Often times, it is not robust enough to cover a complex usage of one of their features. Frequently, you can find an answer on the web, but not from Atlassian. Instead, it is usually at a power user group elsewhere on the net.
Bailey Troutt | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
For me it’s a blessing in a disguise for each and every group related task that needs my full concentration. I am having wonderful experience with it. I really prefer in order to work on dozens of projects on a daily basis. Regardless of all these functions, it has a splendid integration capacity that lessens my workload by giving me the ability to work simultaneously on different applications of my interest.

Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Because you are generally better off finding the information in the Community pages. Support will often link you to articles or forum pages anyway. The support team isn't bad at all though. They just don't engage as much as I'd like. I'd rate them higher, but I want support to be more than just email. My biggest complaint is that you can't call them or email a general support email address (not that I could find without having priority support) and if you get locked out of your account, you can't sign in to submit a ticket.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We rarely if ever have issues with Confluence. However, when we have had issues Atlassian has made it very easy to get in contact with support via their online ticketing system. They are always very thorough with their responses and incredibly helpful and cheery. They make sure to explain the solution and the problem clearly for quick and easy remediation.
Hilary Hobbs | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I don't deal directly with support for Confluence, but the fact that my company has been using it for so many years must speak volumes about the customer support they provide. With a 200+ company, there are a lot of moving parts that need to be working at once, and if Confluence didn't have the ability to problem-solve for us, we would have left a long time ago.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I have not personally interacted with Atlassian Confluence's support team. However, I feel our instance has been highly utilized without many hiccups, which leads me to believe they are pretty on top of it. I have been to Atlassian's user conference and felt the company places a huge emphasis on their users, which is absolutely great.
Brian Scholer | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I have not had a lot of support experiences with Atlassian, but of the few I have, I wasn't very satisfied with the results. I found that multiple people would respond to the issue at various stages, requiring re-communication (even though the support system stores everything and shows it to both them and you). Often responses came at odd hours, resulting in 24+ hour turnaround on basic responses, even if you respond right away. Support often asks you to do things which require downtime, and don't seem sympathetic if your organization requires that downtime to be done off-hours. This makes it difficult to resolve issues in a timely manner, if at all.

I must note that I have not opened a support incident with them in close to 2 years, and it's my understanding from colleagues that there has been much improvement. My comments and ratings reflect my older experiences.
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