Confluence 2.0

An open and shared team workspace

Atlassian today announced a wreath of new updates to Confluence including a more advanced analytics function and the introduction of a heavily updated editor, including the ability to add emojis to your page now.
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2 Reviews1.0/5
Confluence has steadily been taking a place in the saturated market of workplace collab software. Wonder how much closer this new update will bring them to securing some market share
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Slow, bad performance and a lot of bugs. The integration with Jira is not made easy. To often, you're in the middle of something, and you don't know why it blocks...

Have been using Confluence for years and version 2 for some time now (part time beta access) and I am not really happy with it. It feels slow, bulky and I experienced a lot of bugs and problems with the editor. Instead of delivering a sleek and performant solution Atlassian seems to like to bloat things with new features and stuff.


Clean, professional look. Focus on content.


Horrible performance and a lot of bugs