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This page displays a continuously-updated list of tweets from Atlassians and others, giving hints and tips about Confluence wiki. Anyone can write a tip and have it show on this page. The live Twitter stream shows recent tweets containing the word 'ConfluenceTips'or the tag '#ConfluenceTips'. We also include tweets from or to '@ConfluenceTips'.

Want to join in? Just tweet with the word '#ConfluenceTips' somewhere in the text. Then grab a badge for your blog. (smile)

Please be aware that anyone can tweet anything.


Atlassian does not monitor the tips in this Twitter stream. Anyone can tweet anything they like. We display these tips because we believe most people will do the right thing and tweet good tweets. Please check that a tweet is relevant to you before following its advice.

Viewing the Tweets in Twitter

If you prefer, you can view the search in Twitter itself.

Adding a Confluence Tweets Badge to your Blog

Would you like to let other people know that you tweet your Confluence tips? Use the code samples below to add a badge to your blog or another social site.

Choose one of these options to add the badge:

  • Badge only
    Copy the code below and paste it into your blog to include just the badge with a link to this documentation page:
    This is what you will get:

  • Badge and words
    Copy the code below and paste it into your blog to include the badge and some words encouraging other people to tweet too:
    This is what you will get:

    Got a Confluence tip? Tweet it now then see it in the Confluence docs.


Adding your own Tip

Quick guide to tweeting a tip


Just tweet with the word '#ConfluenceTips' somewhere in the text. Your tweet will appear in the Twitter stream on this page.

Would you like to share your information and experiences via Twitter and have your tweet appear on this page? Awesome! Here are the full instructions.

To tweet a Confluence tip,

  1. Go to in your browser.
  2. If you already have a Twitter username, sign in to Twitter now. If you do not have a Twitter username, sign up for one and follow the Twitter instructions to confirm your account details.
  3. Enter your tip into the Twitter text box labelled 'What's happening'. Note that your tip can contain a maximum of 140 characters:
    • Type the words for your tip.
    • If you want people to click through to a web page to see more details about your tip, enter a web address. If the web address is long, you can convert it to a shortened address at or one of the other web services that offer URL shortening.
    • Include the key word #ConfluenceTips somewhere in your tweet. This will ensure that your tip appears in the Twitter stream on this documentation page.
  4. Click 'Tweet' to send your tweet.
  5. Refresh this documentation page to see your tweet appear. It may take a few minutes, depending on the volume of tweets that Twitter is handling.
Other Sources of Information

Tips of the Trade
Confluence Documentation
Evaluator Resources
Atlassian Website
Atlassian Answers
Atlassian Blog
Confluence Plugins

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