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Do I need to upgrade confluence cloud



I checked our version and I see this...

Confluence 1000.0.0-c81848d24f9b


Is this super old version and how do I go about upgrading?


Please help as I am experiencing many issues.




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Victoria Atlassian Team Mar 09, 2020

Hi Nadine!

As per our documentation, "there's no need to upgrade – you're always on the latest version".
If you want to read more, please check the link below:
If you still have any questions about your instance, you can open a support ticket and our Cloud team will help you.
Kind Regards,
Victoria Stolf

OK.  So Cloud Confluence is "always the latest version".
But what version number is the current version?

When I see "Confluence 1000.0.0-c81848d24f9b" is there a version number buried in there?

Victoria Atlassian Team Mar 17, 2020

Hey @Cortlandt _,

The version number is the one you mentioned (Confluence 1000.0.0-c81848d24f9b). There's no version number buried in the string, the string itself is the version. 

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