We continue our series of articles about the integration of the ONLYOFFICE online editors into open-source web services. This office suite has recently got a new name: it’s called now ONLYOFFICE Docs. In the previous articles, you have learned how to connect online editors to Alfresco, Nextcloud, and Moodle instances.
As a reminder, you can bring collaborative document editing to your favorite sync&share platform like ownCloud, SharePoint, Seafile, Liferay, Plone, Nuxeo, and many others via ready-to-use connectors developed by ONLYOFFICE or its official technology partners. It’s also possible to integrate ONLYOFFICE Docs into the solution you’re building yourself. To learn more about available editing and co-editing features, refer to this article.
In this tutorial, we will describe how you can enable ONLYOFFICE Docs in Confluence, a collaborative software developed by Atlassian. With a focus on content management and sharing, Confluence allows organizing project work around files and build collaborative content creation environment combined with knowledge platform with wiki, discussions, blogs and calendars.
What you’ll learn
This guide will describe how to connect ONLYOFFICE Docs and Confluence to each other via the integration app that enables multiple users to edit office documents from Confluence using ONLYOFFICE Docs, and allows multiple users to collaborate in real time and to save back those changes to Confluence
What you’ll need
- ONLYOFFICE Docs
- Confluence environment (There are a number of ways to install Confluence. To choose the method that that suits you better, check the installation guide.)
- ONLYOFFICE connector for Confluence