Confluence Integration

Confluence is a well-known wiki content management software that helps you publish and organize all company information in one place.

Confluence integration improves search functionality in UseResponse and returns search results with wiki articles of your Confluence account directly in UseResponse community.


Wiki Confluence integration is available only in Enterprise Cloud or Self-Hosted packages


Confluence Settings

To connect your Confluence account, please navigate to Administration area of UseResponse and perform the following instructions:

  1. Self-hosted Version - install module in Administration » Modules » Available Modules;
    Cloud Version - click Confluence in the Integration section;
  2. Enter your Confluence domain name (example https://youraccount.atlassian.net/wiki);
  3. In UseResponse, please fill in admin username and password  that is used in Confluence system and click on Submit or test the connection first;
  4. After successful connection, you'll see the number of spaces of your Confluence account. Please select the spaces that will be used in search;
  5. In Confluence account you need to navigate to Space Settings » Permissions and Edit permissions for anonymous access. Check Read permissions so users could view the content in wiki space without authorization.

Features

After successful connection there will be available the following options:

  1. Agents Interface - returned results within search for All Objects and Knowledge Base objects will add the articles from your wiki documentation;
  2. Frontend - wiki articles will appear in search results for users:
    1. In Self-service while submitting new topic/ticket via contact form in community portal and embeddable support center widget;
    2. While entering search query in main help center search;
    3. When you try to add/search for keywords in topics search widget on home screen. 

Integration with Confluence can make end-user experience as easy as possible to get the right answers from several business systems and support channels.

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