Pro Backup for Confluence
Get daily, automated backups of your Confluence pages, files & comments. Recover & restore lost data with just a few clicks
Recover & Restore data in just a few clicks
Data loss, whether it's accidental or malicious, can really hurt your issues. With Pro Backup you can instantly recover and restore pages and files that were permanently deleted from your Confluence account.
Look up & compare previous versions of your data
Each backup cycle we take a snapshot of your pages, files & comments. This allows you to look up previous versions of each data type, similar to Apple’s time box.
Sync to your data to Google Sheets
You can sync your Confluence backups to your own Google Drive folder. This way you can access your data backups in readable Google Sheets and easily collect all attachments in one place.
Pro Backup is a leading backup solution for popular cloud apps such as Confluence, Jira, Trello, Asana and monday.com.
Why back up your Confluence Pages?
✅ Protect your work - Against deletion by human mistakes, disgruntled employees or synchronization errors.
📈 Ensure business continuity - By having access to your data during service outages & worst-case scenarios.
🎛️ Be in control of your data - Access & export account-level data such as project templates & workflows.
How does Pro Backup protect you against data loss?
🕓 Daily, automated backups - We back up your data, meta-data and files every day.
✨ One-Click Restore - Access previous versions of your data backups and restore lost data back to your SaaS app.
🔐 Military Grade Data Security - We apply the best-in-class encryption practices and are fully GDPR compliant.
🔄 Sync to Google Drive - Sync your data backups to readable Google Sheets to your Google Drive and collect all files from your projects.
Privacy and security
Pro Backup 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
Status overview where you can follow up the status of your backups and see the total number of records for the most common data types.