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Can a Atlas timeline update be embedded in Confluence ?

Ellora Biswas May 6, 2024

Can a Atlas project timeline view / update be embedded in a Confluence page ?

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Yerbol Nisanbayev
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May 8, 2024

Hi there

I am with the product team for Atlas.

As mentioned above, embedding the topic and choosing the timeline tab is the solution we have today. Thank you for your feedback, other customers also tell us that they need deeper and more flexible timeline options, I have logged your feedback and it will be considered when the team gets to work on these features.


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Frank Voss May 6, 2024

Yes it can using Topics in Atlas. Create a tag to filter and then copy and paste the link in the confluence page and choose the embed view.

Ellora Biswas May 7, 2024

Thank you for the answer. I'm able to embed the project link in Confluence but it does not embed the timeline view url which was the link I copied and embedded.

How can we save / embed the timeline view url in Confluence ?

Frank Voss May 8, 2024

When you create the topic in Atlas and then copy the link to a Confluence page, please choose the embed view option when you have the topic input selected in Confluence. Then in that window you will see a menu at the top.


Projects view will show all the latest updates and the timeline will show the per project timeline. Hope this helps.

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Igor Lacerdino May 8, 2024

I am looking for something similar but more about these views of a whole project filtered view. Currently, I can only embed the list view, the "Display as timeline" link doesn't show up in the embed in confluence.

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Frank Voss May 8, 2024

Igor, you have to use the "Topic" area in Atlas. You select topic but make sure you have a tag created in order to  filter as needed.

Atlas Topic.png

then copy the link into a Confluence page and selected the embed view. Then you will have this option:


Hope this helps

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Igor Lacerdino May 8, 2024

@Frank Voss Super helpful. Thanks

Selecting the embed view in the confluence link threw me back to the "Projects tab", even the link being a timeline. I guess it's buggy.

Unfortunately, this solution is also a bit of a hassle as I would have to tag all my projects to be able to see this happening. It would've been easier if I could just embed a filtered view as a timeline


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Frank Voss May 8, 2024

Igor. tagging depends on your environment. I am at a large company with many using this tool as the executives love the weekly updates, so I have to tag. If you don't need to filter then just create a topic and share in confluence.  We have not incurred some of the issues you are sharing. The tool has been high value for us. Atlassian is upgrading this tool for everyone for free soon so maybe this will provide the features you need. Thanks

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