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For the Questions for Confluence add on - It looks like you can only mention a specific user and not a Group or Team - is this in the roadmap to improve the functionality?
@COSTI LAMBROU Welcome to the Community.
Teams are a specific set of teammates in Confluence that can be mentioned on a page using the @ symbol.
Groups are a function of security and are used to assign privileges to a space or page.
I hope this helps.
Hi @AJ Tardio ,
It is possible to mention a Team in either Confluence or Jira, after you've set one up.
Here is the Atlassian documentation on Teams:
I've used @ mentions successfully in our Cloud sites, as shown in the screenshot below. After typing "@" and starting to type the team name you're presented with a list of possible members or teams. In this photo the Team name is "OIT Content & Communications". When you select a Team and insert it, the team name is shown followed by the names of people on the Team.
I hope this helps! Best wishes, Sharon
Oops! I was not clear about that, and haven't tried mentioning in Questions for Confluence. Thank you for clarifying!