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project management with confluence or Jira


what will be better platform to work with if we are a team of 2 locations with multipale tasks ?  confluence or Jira ?

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Hi @Or Shalom ,

Certainly Jira is the best choice for project and task management. Confluence is a knowledge base platform, where you can put documents, agendas, reviews, and meeting notes. But for project management Jira is extremely easy for your team to plan, track, release and report

@Parvaneh Zand  Thank you for your quick replay! 
Dose Jira intigrate with SIM ticketing?

Does someone without Jira account can assign task on Jira for my team ?

If  I have a customers within my org but not on my team that wants to assign task to my team, how can they assign it in a way i will see in JIRA?

Read about jira permissions

anonymous users are able to work with Jira and create tickets.

Also the other members of organization (as users of your project) can create issue.

unfortunately I don't know about SIM ticketing integration.


I think Jira is better for managing your tasks in a team and you can create subtasks for all your tasks and manage them together and have so many features with it , because any team can have own tasks and manage them.

I think Jira is better for project management with multiple tasks

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Andrew Makar Community Leader Aug 18, 2020

I recommend using both JIRA and Confluence for project management.  JIRA is an useful tool for tracking tasks, user stories and the team's flow via Kanban.  JIRA does a great job of providing visibility to the team's work in an open and transparent manner.

Status reporting, project dashboards, presentations, roadmaps can be presented in Confluence.  I use Confluence often to track requirements, elaborate on product designs and then integrate with JIRA.

I wrote a couple of posts on the Atlassian community on how you can apply Confluence to manage your projects.

Here are two useful articles:

6 Awesome Ways to Apply Trello, JIRA and Confluence to your Projects

Your First Project Management Dashboard

Want a Step-by-Step Guide?

If you're looking for more in-depth training, I wrote an eBook on  How to Manage Projects and Programs with Atlassian Confluence.

The ebook goes into greater detail and provides step by step instructions to:

  1. Managing with a Wiki and the Project Manager’s Dilemma
  2. Creating Status Reports and Dashboards
  3. Tracking Program Action Items
  4. Gantt Charts and Roadmaps
  5. Tracking Issues and Risks
  6. Managing Project and Program Requirements
  7. 1:1 Status Reports

Feel free to check it out at

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