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Help with OKR template in Confluence



I want to create a new template so that our teams can enter their OKR's (objectives & key results) in Confluence.

My thought is to create a template that aggregates all the values to the main page. Example on page structure:

  1. Main page
    1. Team 1
    2. Team 2
    3. Team 3

The values are:

  • Division objective (only a few)
    • Team objective (could be several, but they need to be related to division objectives)
    • Key result (related to Team objective)
    • Score (related to Key result)

Shouldn't be that hard, right? Anyone have any clue if this is possible? Maybe a custom macro of some sort?

4 answers

This is my template - mostly hand copied form the summit slide

and this is the page properties macroEdit_Template.png

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Shannon Atlassian Team Jan 07, 2019


You can create your own template in Confluence, but I would also recommend having a look at our OKR Playbook.

Let me know if you have any questions about that!



Hi Shannon and thank you for your reply. I've looked at the OKR Playbook, but as I understand it, it does not support Confluence 6.13.0 - it that correct?

Shannon Atlassian Team Jan 07, 2019

That is correct, Johan.

I'm working to get in touch with the Playbook team, in order to see if we can get any information about future releases.

Thank you for your patience.



Great, thanks a lot Shannon. Please let me know if you get an update from the Playbook team.

Shannon Atlassian Team Jan 10, 2019

Hi Johan,

At this time the current OKR Playbook is the only one that is released, and it doesn't seem to be in the upcoming roadmap to release for 6.13. 

I'm waiting to hear back to see if this is something that one of the team members is working on currently, and I will keep you updated.



Hello @Shannon ,


Why is it mentioned that the plugin is Unsupported by the Atlassian Labs?


Also, are there any plans to release future versions supporting the Confluence DC?



Rahul Savaikar

Shannon Atlassian Team Feb 21, 2019


The add-on is unsupported because it is developed by Atlassian Labs.

You can click on the name of the vendor to see why:

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I hope that clarifies things.

@Johan Jönsson - from my understanding, this is not in the upcoming roadmap at this time, but please feel free to keep an eye on the thread or reach out to the email above to obtain more details.



Just wanted to mention that the Confluence Cloud instances now have the OKR Template as well as many others available:



Thanks for the heads-up on that, John. Hopefully that means it will get folded into Confluence Server ... soon :)

Just a bump - this is still not updated for Confluence 7 :-(

Hi @johndpatton - I'm looking at embedding the Jira OKR info into a Confluence page related to individual teams - any ideas or tips here would be greatly appreciated!

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Hey JD, we are planning something very similar. Have you yet found a good solution?

I'd like to add to the list of people asking for this to support newer versions of Confluence. The best outcome would be if this was actually folded into Confluence along with the other Team Playbooks.

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