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    for Confluence Server 5.4 - 5.10.6 and more versions
    Versions available for Confluence Server 5.1 - 5.3.4
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    Glossary blueprint lets you manage thousands of terms inside a smart wiki page tree. Use it to build your organization terminology

    Glossary blueprint lets you manage thousands of terms inside a smart wiki page tree. Use it to build your organization terminology

    Glossary Overview

    Contribute from highlight panel

    Find definitions across all glossaries

    Manage thousands of terms with definitions and organize them in a global glossary repository. Get last updates in a glance.

    Simply select a word from a page content and directly contribute in glossaries through the highlight action panel.

    In any page, just click on the glossary icon to check available terms in confluence glossaries. Click on highlighted ones to display definitions.

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    Key use cases

    • Share definitions
    • Terminologies and thesaurus
    • Technical documentation

    Key features

    • Create a glossary per a space
    • Glossary dashboard
    • Add new terms and definitions from Add Term Menu
    • Add new terms and definitions from Highlight Action Panel (Conf 5.4+)
    • Add new letters (eg. specific letters É, À, Ù, etc)
    • Find a term
    • Check available definitions in glossaries
    • Pagination. Easily manage thousands of terms

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    User reviews

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    by Sylvia Barron on 2016-09-19
    The Add-on itself is nice and I would love to use it, but it's not compatible with Scroll Translations. This makes it useless for me.
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    by PM on 2016-07-07
    Hi, the good news is that this feature is amazing. The "bad" news is that I am using it "improperly", on purpose. I mean, instead of using it as intended and write short definitions or explanations, I am converging these terms with my labels to show in which pages or blog posts that term is used, hovering with the mouse in a nice way (I think). To be clear: GlossaryTerm|GloTerm="holyday" ContentByLabel|cql=label="holyday" And it works perfectly. The words are almost all correctly highlighted as well as the glossary box when I hover. Almost, because the words that I have in one column, inside a "space news" (https://docs.refinedwiki.com/display/rwot/Space+News) are totally messed up after the highlighting, and nothing change if I click again to make disappear the highlighting. Let's say that I have the following line, before: "New article about working with xyz on windows" when the highlight is applied I end up with something like (one line highlighted, the next is not, one line highlighted, the next is not and so on): "New article about working with xyz on windows". Clicking again on the button makes the highlight disappear but the text is left messed up and I need to reload the page. Now, I am aware that I am not using it as intended, but did I do something wrong? Any advice about how to fix or, at least, figure out what is the reason? I am having a look with Chrome devtools but I am not so good with CSS. Thank you very much :)
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    by Juan Carlos Gil Montoro on 2016-04-06
    Currently evaluating this plugin. I created a glossary entry "APO" and added to a page so that the glossary icon found it. Cool. It does not find it though when it was placed between parenthesis "(APO)". This is a show stopper for me. Juan Carlos---
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    by Clinton Bradley on 2016-04-01
    UPDATE: Glossary is now much better since version 3 with some of the search issues resolved. A big search issue still remaining is that the glossary labels, abbreviations and synonyms do not show up in Confluence search results. On balance I do recommend this product for your glossary needs. Some recommended improvements / features: 1. Ability to show all or selected letters as a full list / table with the ability to export / print it. 2. Ability to import a csv / Excel of terms. We already have a substantial glossary built as a table - entering one term at a time would is a huge job. 3. Glossary labels, synonyms, abbreviations to show in Confluence searches
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    UPDATE

    Hi Clinton,

    Thanks a lot for your review and we are happy to see that our new version is solving some issues you were having.

    Currently, our product team is working on defining the new features for upcoming versions. Search enhancements and import/export features are favored to land in new releases.

    Thanks a lot and please don't hesitate if you have any question or feedback to share with us.

    by Martin Wallace on 2016-02-09
    Currently evaluating this as an alternative to constructing our own glossary templates. The plus points first. The blueprints are excellent and very well presented. The division of glossaries into space specific areas and presentation in the global glossary are superb. Love the way we can highlight terms within a page and hover over the definitions - although I have not tried this on a page with many terms so can't comment on the speed issues as reported by another reviewer. Love the addition of synonyms and abbreviations. Now for the bad points. As others have stated the search is simply not usable. If you know the actual term then you can find it, otherwise you are never going to find the correct term. The search - and term highlighting - also ignores the abbreviations and synonyms - which kind of defeats the purpose of including them. I'd also like to see each term on its own page rather than combined within a single page - but this is probably a personal choice. I think this is a great start, and we are seriously considering running with it (the price point at our license level makes it a no-brainer) however I feel addressing the following issues would actually make this plugin perfect: 1. Improve the search to work within the term, abbreviations, synonyms and description. 2. The term auto highlighting needs to work with plurals (if I have a definition for "vehicle" then the word "vehicles" should be highlighted). 3. Option to place terms definitions on separate pages and use excerpts to auto-generate a page like the current one that contains all definitions for a letter. 4. Clicking on a term that is highlighted should take me to the page that defines the term. 5. Highlight synonyms and abbreviations too! 6. Show the definitions under the letters that are applicable to the abbreviations and synonyms. 7. A picky one this - but I would like the auto highlighting to have a white background and just underline the word. The above would make this a super useful plugin and I suspect increase sales dramatically. As it is I am contemplating my choice between this and the tutorials by Terrence Caldwell detailing a roll-your-own solution.
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    Hi Martin,

    Thanks a lot for your inputs. They are very relevant and give us an idea on how we can improve our plugin.

    Some of your requests have been already addressed by some of our clients after the launch of Glossary 3.0 (Synonym and abbreviation based search, more customization for highlight ). We are currently evaluating the feasibility of requests we got.

    We will do our best to make this product better and easy to use.

    Thanks again and don't hesitate to contact us if you have any other idea or request.

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    Versions

    Version 3.1.5 Confluence Server 5.4 - 5.10.6 Released 2016-08-31

    Summary

    Bugfix

    Details

    • Highlight in personal space
    • Add term definition control (required, max size)
    • Performance enhancement

    Installation

    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 Glossary 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 Glossary. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Glossary 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 Glossary versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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