Axure for Confluence

by Axure
for Confluence Cloud, Confluence Server 6.13.0 - 8.6.2, Confluence Data Center 6.13.0 - 8.6.2 and more
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Free app

Streamline your UX workflow by viewing and interacting with your Axure prototypes directly within Confluence

Easily embed Axure prototypes in Confluence pages

Experience up-to-date, interactive RP prototypes without leaving Confluence. Eliminate context switching for your team members by just pasting in your public link!

Get immediate feedback in Confluence

Streamline workflows & encourage discussions by providing and responding to comments directly on your prototypes within Confluence. Comment notifications can be sent immediately to keep your team up to date.

Inspect prototype specifications within Confluence

Inspect layout, get CSS snippets, and download visual design assets directly from your embedded prototypes

More details

Axure Cloud is the only platform where you can share advanced Axure RP prototypes alongside your Sketch, Figma, and Adobe XD designs. With Axure for Confluence, your team can easily access up-to-date UX and design resources within Confluence.

After installing the Axure for Confluence plugin from the Atlassian marketplace, using it is simple.

  • Copy a share link from one of your prototypes on Axure Cloud
  • When editing a Confluence page, paste an Axure Public Share Link directly into your page.Alternatively, click the Insert button and search for “Axure for Confluence” or type “/axure” and hit Enter.
  • Set the desired height for your embedded prototype. That's it! You can navigate your prototype directly within the read-view of the Confluence page and start collaborating by adding comments.
  • Privacy and security

    Privacy policy

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    Integration Details

    Axure for Confluence integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

    • Act on a user's behalf, even when the user is offline
    • Delete data from the host application
    • Write data to the host application
    • Read data from the host application