Previous milestones in the 3.4 release:
Universal Plugin Manager
Confluence is now bundled with Universal Plugin Manager (UPM). The UPM allows you to see and manage the plugins that you have installed in Confluence, and it allows you to discover, download and install new plugins from the Atlassian Plugin Exchange. You can read more about the UPM here.
User Macros in the Macro Browser
User macros are now available in the Macro Browser and can have the same amount of metadata as existing plugin macros. The current default is to hide user macros from browse/search in the Macro Browser until the admin updates them. Below is a screenshot of what the user macro form looks like (Note: This will slightly change in a later milestone)
Confluence administrators and user macro developers can enter macro and parameter meta-data via the admin console. This meta-data will reflected in the macro browser. Below is an example snippet of the new syntax that is available in a user macro:
More detailed User Macro API docs will be provided later, explaining how to enable user macros in the macro browser and how to develop user macros for the macro browser.
Improvements in 3.4-m2 (4 issues)