Document management processes are vital in many organisations to set the process of developing, tracking and sharing documentation. Unfortunately, Confluence doesn’t offer page workflows out of the box but with Workflows for Confluence you can create custom workflows that can be applied across your Confluence pages. It’s easy to install with no setup required.

Workflows for Confluence comes with a range of features, including:

Interactive Workflow Editor

With Workflows for Confluence, you can create and apply your own Document Processes using our powerful and simple to use workflow editor. You can build your workflows using our drag and drop feature so it’s easy to setup the processes you need to take your content from draft to final in Confluence.

Approvals within your Workflows (and E-Signatures)

Workflows for Confluence’s expiry options can help ensure that your page content is kept up to date. These can be set up to make pages expire at a specified time or every time the page is edited.

Apply Actions to Pages throughout your Workflow

Workflows for Confluence introduces actions which can be used to manipulate your pages directly, for example, Labelling, Setting Permissions or Creating Sub-Pages. They also let you do so much more with integrations with apps such as Slack, Zapier and Jira using Authenticated and Unauthenticated Webhooks.

Page Edit and Expiration Options

Workflows for Confluence’s expiry options can help ensure that your page content is kept up to date. These can be set up to make pages expire at a specified time or every time the page is edited.

Search and Filter through your Documents

Workflows Search allows you to search and filter through your documents all in one place. This gives you an efficient way to view your pages with ease and inform you where they are in their workflow.

To see examples of Workflows for Confluence in action, you can check out the Use Cases or if you would like to get started with using some features, our User Guide is available to support you.