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This documentation is intended for Confluence developers who want to ensure that their existing plugins and apps are compatible with Confluence 7.7.

Watch this page to find out when a new milestone is available and what’s changed. We will publish formal release notes once we release a beta.

Latest milestone
12 August 20207.7.0-rc1Download
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Planned changes

In this section we'll provide an overview of the changes we intend to make, so you can start thinking how it might impact your app. We'll indicate when a change has been implemented, and in which milestone. 

Rebuild the search index in a cluster


We're making some improvements to the way you rebuild the search index in a cluster. Once the reindex is complete on one node, we'll propagate that index to all the other nodes in the cluster automatically. A new UI will let you see exactly where the process is up to.

We're still working on this one, and will provide more information at a later date. 

Editor TinyMCE upgrade


We’re in the process of upgrading the Confluence editor from TinyMCE 4 to TinyMCE 5, and we hope to ship the upgraded editor in Confluence 7.7. Besides bug fixes, there will be no impact to end-users.       

We’ll keep you updated throughout the process. Below is a special milestone with the upgraded TinyMCE 5 editor enabled, and information about editor API deprecations.



Webhoooks are now officially supported, and we've added a new UI for registering and monitoring your webhoooks.  Webhooks are available for both Server and Data Center. 

Implemented changes

In this section we'll provide details of changes we have implemented, organised by the milestone they are first available in. This will help you decide which milestone to use when testing.

Release Candidate - 12 August 2020

No significant changes in this release candidate. Confluence 7.7 is almost ready to roll. 

Beta 1 - 3 August 2020

Confluence 7.7 is shaping up to be a bumper release with:

  • TinyMCE editor upgrade
  • New audit log filters and retention configuration
  • Reindex improvements in a cluster
  • Page Properties Report macro performance and stability improvements.

EAP 4 – 27 July 2020

Milestone 7.7.0-m44

No significant changes in this milestone. 

TinyMCE milestone - 20 July 2020

Milestone 7.7.0-tinymce5-m01

In order to give you a chance to test your plugins with the upgraded TinyMCE 5 editor, we've made a special milestone available. It's based on Confluence 7.7, but has the upgraded editor. See TinyMCE 5 editor API deprecations for a summary of methods that have been deprecated in 7.7 for removal in Confluence 8.0.

EAP 3 – 20 July 2020

Milestone 7.7.0-m35

No significant changes in this milestone. 

EAP 2 – 14 July 2020

Milestone 7.7.0-m28

No significant changes in this milestone. 

EAP 1 – 6 July 2020

Milestone 7.7.0-m23

No significant changes in this milestone. 

Looking for updated documentation? Check out the Confluence EAP space for the latest docs.

Did you know we’ve got a new developer community? Head to to check it out! We’ll be posting in the announcements category if when new EAP releases are available.

Last modified on Aug 12, 2020

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