Approvals for Confluence
Simplify the document review and approval process in Confluence with an easy-to-use tool that everyone will enjoy using
Manage your approvals with ease - all in one place
Say goodbye to never-ending email chains and confusion over the latest version. Bring your document approval process into Confluence and give your entire team a seamless experience in the place they are already working.
Get the right content approved by the right people
Create and share documents with confidence knowing the right people were involved in the approval process. Choose between page or section approvals to get the right content approved before it's published or shared.
Keep projects on track with clear status tracking
Easily view the status of any approval in Confluence with the powerful, integrated approval search. Quickly identify bottlenecks and enable your teams to keep projects on track with real-time approval insights.
Approvals for Confluence makes it quick and easy to get work approved without leaving Confluence – no more wasted time, never-ending email chains, and confusion over the latest document version.
Your teams will feel empowered to create and share content with confidence knowing the right people were involved in the approval process from start to finish.
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Features our customers love:
- Flexible approval types:
- Page approvals
- Section approval macro
- Content expirations:
- Upon page edit
- Upon set date/time
- Page author & reviewer notifications
- Approvals-based search
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Need a more customizable, multi-stage approval process? Check out Workflows for Confluence, another one of our much-loved products!
Privacy and security
Approvals for Confluence integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- View email addresses of users
- Act on a user's behalf, even when the user is offline
- Write data to the host application
- Read data from the host application
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