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Is there a way to create a company contact list in Confluence OnDemand?

Parmita Shekhawat Jun 24, 2014

Currently we are using the User Profile macro and pulling in 200+ profies on a Confluence page titled - Company Directory. However, this page takes ~10seconds to load (since its pulling all those profiles)! Just wondering if there is a move efficient way to do this in an OnDemand instance? Any plugin or macro 3rd party or from Atlassian would help - so long as its available for OnDemand users.


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Sherif Mansour Atlassian Team Jun 27, 2014

Hi Parmita,

I'm interested in hearing more about your need for a Corproate Directory, background etc... We're thinking about investing more time in the Confluence People Directory and I'm looking around to interview customers about their needs. Interested? I'd love to hear your feedback and your story of using Confluence an dhow we can make the product better for you. Email me: sherif at atlassian dot com.

Sherif Mansour

Confluence Product Manager

Thu Nguyen Dec 19, 2018

It would help our company a lot if Confluence could have some features similar to other apps, please view the links below:




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Maarten Arts Oct 18, 2016

Although this is an old thread, I would like to add an answer for people ending up here via Google.

We have recently released Atlas CRM for Confluence, which allows you to create companies and contacts in Confluence Cloud. The add-on comes with a companies/contacts directory on which you can filter based on the information you saved in the company/contact.

Additionally you can link companies and contacts to a page, which adds context to the page and lists the page in the company/contact profile.

You can find the add-on here:

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Hi Parmita,

Actually there isn't a way to create a company contact list through OnDemand due the fact that we're limited to use plugins that is approved from Atlassian. If you were using Standalone, you could download the SQL plugin from Bob Swift, that way you could retrieve such content from the database.


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Parmita Shekhawat Jul 07, 2014

WZ - thanks for the quick reply!

Sharief - Thanks for reaching out! Just emailled you more details on your email ID.

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Ben Mehling Oct 06, 2014

@Sherif Mansour-  I found this thread while searching for a smart/automatic way to display a team roster. I was hoping to display contact info, photos, etc. We have a large Confluence deployment and would likely need to be able to display the roster by specifying a group (not everyone).  If this is still being defined, I'd be happy to add my input.  Thanks, Ben

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