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Mid-Monday Talk: Elevating Content Structurization in Confluence: Harnessing Dynamic Features

Anastasia Bek _Stiltsoft_
Marketplace Partner
Marketplace Partners provide apps and integrations available on the Atlassian Marketplace that extend the power of Atlassian products.
August 7, 2023

Happy Monday, Atlassian Community!

If you would need to highlight your top-3 Confluence native features, what would they be?

In collaborative documentation and project management, the art of presenting content engagingly and interactively is vital. So, in this discussion, I decided to share my top-3 native features (and a bit more), which provide solid ground for building dynamic and interactive document and project management systems that engage Confluence users. Of course, every day, there are more to the Confluence features and opportunities they provide, so if your must and favorite feature is yet to be mentioned here - the comment section is open and warmly welcomed. So, let's delve into how we can harness the power of native features.

  • Labels: Those mighty tags are a powerful way to categorize and organize content seamlessly for your Confluence pages, blog posts, and attachments. They can act like bookmarks, project names, personal tags - you name it. And the best part is that all the label-related content is available on a separate page once a label is clicked. This is why while developing our Handy Status of Handy Macros for Confluence, we made it possible to sync dynamic statuses with the label to keep up and build on the strengths of labels. It is also possible to categorize your spaces to structure tons of related spaces, which can be tagged with custom categories like team names. Search by labels opportunity can be applied to navigate and locate labeled content, and adding a space description can also come in handy.
  • Page Properties and Page Properties Report Macros: I know those are two separate macros, but I always use them together. This is a stunning combination and a true dream team of Confluence for project management and many more.
    So, the Dashboard Summaries is a crucial takeaway here; when macros are utilized together, you get a summary page of projects, product requirements, and other essentials on a separate page with the critical details and updates.
    This way, the data can be visualized and is perfect for Milestone Tracking. Moreover, Handy Macros's value is its opportunities to set a particular status as a source for Page Properties Report. This way, the page summaries remain structured and consistent across multiple pages, among other perks.

Long Story Short

The ability to craft content into dynamic and interactive visualizations is a game-changer in Confluence. By harnessing the potential of native labels, page properties, and page properties reports, we can tell stories with data and focus on the most important milestones.

I'm excited to hear about your experiences, tips, and innovative uses of these features. Let's explore how we can paint a canvas of knowledge that resonates far beyond!

Have a lovely day!

Looking forward to your insights,


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