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    Versions available for Confluence Server 2.10 - 4.3.7
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    An easy way to improve navigation between Confluence pages - create tabs to group content

    An easy way to improve navigation between Confluence pages - create tabs to group content

    Display child pages as tabs

    Choose to display tabs vertically

    Create different tab types for accessing content

    Create tabs for all child pages of the current or a specified page. It's even possible to generate the tabs based on specified labels.

    Display large numbers of tabs vertically for easier navigation between tabs.

    Use the Localtabs macro to group content on the same page from multiple tabs. Use the Childtabs macro to automatically generate tabs with content from child pages.

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    This add-on provides a very simple solution which allows users to navigate between pages. It generates horizontal or vertical navigation tabs that look just like the tabs in Confluence.

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    by Vasily Vaskovsky on 2016-11-14
    Guys, when did the plugin become paid? Did you make any announcement?
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    by Jarno Ahola on 2016-03-11
    Very nice plugin. Could we have upgrade for Confluence 5.9.x too? Actually plugin seems to work in upgraded QA Confluence but it would be nice to have it officially available. Current version is available only until version 5.8.18.
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    bitvoodoo ag

    Hi Jarno

    Thank you for your review. The Navitabs is working with 5.9 if you are not using localtab groups within a localtab. You can watch the state of this issue here: https://bitvoodoo.atlassian.net/browse/NAVITABS-61.


    The newest version is now compatible with Confluence 5.9

    by Adam on 2016-03-04
    We use it quite heavily but there could be improvements like the options to add color to the lines, have the ability for the vertical tabs to show the whole title of the child tabs instead of cutting them off, the ability to increase font size of the tabs, and lastly when you get more than like 8 tabs and it creates a second tab menu the formatting looks a little goofy. If there was increased formatting options I might push our institution to get the paid version of this macro.
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    bitvoodoo ag

    Hi Adam

    Thank you for your review and your ideas! Please feel free to add your feature requests here: https://bitvoodoo.atlassian.net/ so that we can have a look into them :)



    by Scott Selberg on 2015-09-08
    I liked it while it was free. As 90% of the navitab functionality was built into the Atlassian AUI, I was planning on writing my own 'navitab' like macro till I came across the free one from bitvoodoo. As it's now gone to a paid license model, I've decided to return to my roots and just write the macro. I implemented disabled variants for the localtab, localtabgroup and childtab so I could install the macro, disable the bitvoodoo macro and enable my aliases so that there was no loss in functionality. I've posted the code to bitbucket in case somebody else wants to go down the same road: https://bitbucket.org/selberg/aui-tab Note, in implementing my own I did discover a bug in the last free navitab macro. It doesn't detect loops. For example, if you add the childtab macro and set the root to be an ancestor of the page, it happily loops forever.
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    by Will B on 2015-06-11
    ChildTabs is problematic and needs refinement. If the page is incorrectly entered and a page with the entered name doesn't exist the page can't be loaded when the page is saved. This effectively locks us out of the page unless we can work out the page's Edit Mode URL. This happens if autocomplete is ignored by users (often is) and especially in cases where a valid page name is entered but it contains a ":" character in the title. Everythign before the ":" is considered a spacekey which leads to failure. Navitabs is great. Childtabs bugs = blocker. Have contacted the developer but have yet to hear back.
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    bitvoodoo ag

    Hi Will

    Where have you contacted us? We neither received an issue on our support@bitvoodoo.ch mail address nor in our public JIRA bitvoodoo.atlassian.net. Can you please tell us the issue key you generated so that we can follow up what was going wrong?

    To follow up this issue, please contact support@bitvoodoo.ch.

    Thank you


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    Version 4.4.5 Confluence Server 5.0 - 6.1.2 Released 2017-04-05


    Minor bugfix


    NAVITABS-91 - Sticky tables work now in our tabs no matter what


    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate Navitabs Add-on via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Navitabs Add-on. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Navitabs Add-on begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Confluence instance.

    To find older Navitabs Add-on versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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