External Comments for Confluence

for Confluence Server 7.0.1 - 7.13.20 and more
2 installs

We no longer offer sales and support for server apps. You can stay connected by exploring the migration options to either the cloud or Data Center version of this app.

Allow users without Confluence account to comment your content

DISQUS instead of Confluence's comments

Hide Confluence's comments and use DISQUS instead.

User login via external system

User can authenticated using any service supported including Facebook, Google and Twitter.

Open commenting to public

With an external commenting system you can allow anyone to leave a comment even with a modest 10-user Confluence license.

More details

If you're running a publicly visible Confluence instance, allowing visitors to comment/discuss your articles may be price prohibitive (especially if you're a small organization). Instead of allowing Confluence self-registration, use Confluence accounts for your content contributors only while enabling commenting via third-party service.

External Comments Plugin for Confluence enables external commenting system on your Confluence pages.

Currently, the plugin supports Disqus service only. Depending on interest, we may add support for other commenting systems in the future.

External Comments is not available for Confluence Cloud but the same functionality can be obtained using our Domain Booster add-on (see the use case).

Privacy and security

Privacy policy

Atlassian's privacy policy is not applicable to the use of this app. Please refer to the privacy policy provided by this app's partner.

Partner privacy policy



External comments powered by Disqus