This documentation relates to Application Links 2.1.x
If you are using an earlier version, please view the previous versions of the AppLinks documentation and select the relevant version.

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Application Links is not supported by Atlassian. Many customers have reported issues with it, and compatibility varies by point release of Atlassian products.

We recommend you do not install AppLinks. We are working on a 3.0 release of AppLinks which will completely revamp the project. This will be bundled with our products, so you won't need to install it separately. As a bonus, it'll actually work.

About Application Links
What is Application Links?

Application Links (AppLinks) is a plugin that allows you to link your JIRA, Confluence, FishEye, Crucible and Subversion applications. You can even choose to associate individual projects, spaces, reviews and repositories with each other. Then, when you add text into one of the applications, you can refer to a page, issue or source file using just a simple textual reference. You do not need to enter the full URL. The text is automatically linked to the correct project, space, review or repository.

An Example
  • Let's say that your JIRA installation has a project called myProject.
  • Let's also say that your Confluence installation has a space called mySpace, which contains all the documentation for myProject on JIRA.
  • Using AppLinks, you have linked myProject to mySpace.
  • Now, you can add the following markup to a JIRA issue in myProject: [Test Page].
  • JIRA will automatically display the text with a link to the Confluence page called 'Test Page' in mySpace.

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  1. Hello, where could we follow the evolution of the 3.0 release of AppLinks.