Magic Labels for Confluence

for Confluence Cloud
58 installs
  • Supported
Cloud

Add labels to your pages – organize your Confluence content and follow labels best practices

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Easy Labelling – Highlight words, use hashtags

When looking at page just highlight text to create a label. In the editor, you can use hashtags to add labels

Label Bulk Actions

Perform bulk actions such as adding, removing or renaming labels. Add tags to multiple pages at once and add labels to all child pages.

Label Automations

Let newly created pages inherit labels of their parent or use rules to blacklist certain labels.

More details

Everyone who uses Confluence knows: In Confluence pages can be tagged with labels. This allows you to structure pages and view topics with a specific label at a glance. Unfortunately, not everyone uses labels consistently, it happens too quickly that someone forgets to include a specific label, or that a label gets misspelled. Someone would then later need to fix things, which does become quite cumbersome. We just wanted an easier way to put labels on pages and that is why we developed Magic Labels to fix all these things.

Magic Labels adds four kinds of new features to Confluence Cloud:

  • Bulk Label Actions
  • Inherit Labels
  • Label Links and Inline Labels
  • Highlight-to-Label

Read more on our website or book a demo today!

Polymetis Apps is funded by Atlassian Ventures.

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Integration Details

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

  • Read a summary of the content, which is the content without expansions. Note, APIs using this scope may also return data allowed by read:confluence-space.summary. However, this scope is not a substitute for read:confluence-space.summary.
  • View user information in Confluence that you have access to, including usernames, email adresses and profile pictures.
  • View details regarding content and its associated properties.
  • View labels associated with the content or space.