Scavenger Hunt for Confluence Cloud

for Confluence Cloud
5 installs
  • Supported
Free app

Unlock the full potential of your team with the Scavenger Hunt by transforming tedious tasks into rewarding experiences

Make work fun again

Make mundane daily tasks less of a chore. Now, tasks have a chance of winning prizes and rewards. Keep your Confluence documentation up-to-date, and leave helpful comments and feedback on for a chance to win!

Increase team collaboration with rewards

You know how to build a great team—now give them something to bond over with team-based awards. Collective rewards adds further to the benefits of collaboration.

Highly customizable awards

Configure how and when users are eligible to earn segments of awards, building up to a redeemable prizes.

More details

Scavenger Hunt uses gamification to add an element of fun and excitement to the otherwise routine tasks and activities in Jira and Confluence.

Gamification leverages game-like elements and techniques to engage users and motivate them to perform specific actions or tasks.

By incorporating game-like rewards, Scavenger Hunt encourages users to stay engaged and motivated in their day-to-day work in Jira and/or Confluence. It adds a sense of competition and achievement to routine tasks, making them more enjoyable and rewarding.

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


Integration Details

Scavenger Hunt for Confluence Cloud 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 user information in Jira that the user has access to, including usernames, email addresses, and avatars.
  • Read Jira project and issue data, search for issues, and objects associated with issues like attachments and worklogs.