Magic Labels for Confluence

for Confluence Cloud
33 installs
  • Supported

Label your pages – organize and manage your content

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Bulk Actions

Perform bulk actions on a sub-tree or a whole space


Use rules to blacklist certain labels or to let newly created pages inherit the labels of their parent


Just highlight a word to turn it into a label

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’s why we developed Magic Labels to fix all these things.

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

  • Bulk Actions
  • Rules
  • Highlight-to-Label

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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


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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 the profile details for the currently logged-in user.
  • Search Confluence. Note, APIs using this scope may also return data allowed by read:confluence-space.summary and read:confluence-content.summary. However, this scope is not a substitute for read:confluence-space.summary or read:confluence-content.summary.
  • Read and write to app storage service