Confluence Development Releases

Development releases are interim builds of Confluence that we make available so that interested customers can try out new features, especially those features that you may have been waiting for, and don't want to wait another month for the next official release. Development releases are also called early access program (EAP) releases.

Are you looking for the production releases of Confluence? See Confluence Release Notes.

Please note the following

  • Development releases are not safe. Development releases are snapshots of the ongoing Confluence development process. For that reason:
    • While we try to keep these releases stable, they have not undergone the same degree of testing as a full release.
    • Features in development releases may be incomplete, or may change or be removed before the next full release.
  • No upgrade path. Because development releases represent work in progress, we cannot provide a supported upgrade path between development releases, or from any development release to the eventual final release. Thus, it is possible that you will not be able to migrate any data you store in a Confluence development release to a future Confluence release.
  • Atlassian does not provide support for development releases.

Current Development Release Cycle

5.8 development

5.7 development

5.6 development

5.5 development

5.4 development

5.3 development

5.2 development

5.1 development

5.0 development

4.3 development

4.2 development

4.1 development

4.0 development

3.5 development

3.4 Development

3.3 Development

3.2 Development

3.1 Development

Other Resources for 3.1:

Confluence 3.1 Deprecated Code Cleanup
Prototype REST API
Confluence 3.1 Newly Deprecated Code

3.0 Development

2.10 Development

2.9 Development

2.8 Development

2.7 Development

2.6 Development

2.3 Development

1.5 - 2.0 Development

1.4 Development

1.3 Development

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