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    Menu Editor makes it easy to create a user specific navigation in Confluence. Simply drag&drop menu items to create menus

    Menu Editor makes it easy to create a user specific navigation in Confluence. Simply drag&drop menu items to create menus

    Drag & Drop Menu Configuration

    Works Out Of The Box In Confluence Standard Theme

    User-specific Navigation Based On User Attributes

    Creating menus is as simple as moving files around on your desktop. Navigation Menu Editor allows you to move single menu entries and sub-trees of the menu via drag & drop.

    The global menu of the Menu Editor is easily installed in the Confluence standard theme - no programming knowledge necessary.

    It can be also integrated in custom themes via a Confluence macro and styled accordingly.

    With our Custom User Profile plugin you can extend the user's profile with any kind of attributes and use them for your navigation menu. Think of specific navigations based on languages, departments, teams, ...

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    • Create a global navigation menu in Confluence
    • Create different navigation structures based on the user's language or other Confluence user fields
    • Use our Custom User Profile plugin to structure your navigation based on any kind of user attribute you desire (maintained in Confluence or an LDAP/AD)
    • Choose between display as a standard dropdown menu or a "flyout mega menu" (like Amazon's or eBay's navigation)
    • Create menus up to three levels deep, categorize links in groups
    • Make your navigation (or parts of it) accessible by anonymous (not logged in) users
    • Integrate internal Confluence links, any external links, or even create menu items that don't have a link target
    • View permissions for Confluence links are respected
    • Grant other users or user groups the permission to edit the navigation
    • Never lose old versions of your built menu structures, thanks to the menu structure history
    • Build complex filters with wildcards and logical operators to filter menu items for users or user groups easily

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    by Raphael Krebs on 2015-11-13
    This Addon makes navigating in different areas a lot easier. The Addon include many settings possibilities for simplistic using. Works great.
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    //SEIBERT/MEDIA - Labs

    Hi Raphael,

    thanks for your review! We're glad you like our plugin.

    Kind regards

    by Troy Custer on 2015-04-30
    Great and necessary add-on though slow to render menus (the appear a full second after the rest of the page loads) and very expensive for what it does.
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    //SEIBERT/MEDIA - Labs

    Hi Troy. We appreciate your review. Performance improvements will play a big role in our next releases. If you have further feedback or feature requests, feel free to write us an email. Best regards
    by Lars Böhnke on 2015-02-25
    Hi, is there any plan to put in there a little icon for external links? Because right now the user cannot see if the link opens in a new window or in the same. Not that good from UX perspective!
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    //SEIBERT/MEDIA - Labs

    hi there, thanks for your review. You are right, marking external links would improve the user experience. We created an issue for your proposal and we put it on our roadmap. Follow this link, keep an eye on our development: https://bitbucket.org/seibertmedia/menu-editor/issue/2/mark-external-links. Is this the only thing, why you gave a 3 star rating? If you have further feedback, feel free to write us an email. Kind regards
    by Morgan Belais on 2015-01-15
    Hello, Is there a plan to increase the depth limited to 2 levels ? Thanks
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    //SEIBERT/MEDIA - Labs

    Hello, we have discussed the number of possible levels intensely in the past. In our view the more levels one configures the more complex the menu will be for admins and users. Therefore we thought it would be wise to limit the levels to 2. More levels just didn't appear useful to us. Since you are not the first one requesting an extension we were maybe wrong and will think about this again. Unfortunately there is no concrete plan for that, but maybe we can stay in touch on that issue. Hope I could help. Is this level limitation the reason for your 2 stars? Kind regards
    by Stephan Roesgen on 2013-12-11
    We use it since 9 month without any issues.
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    Version 2.2.1 Confluence Server 5.5.7 - 5.10.8 Released 2016-08-25


    Bugfix and stability release



    • Performance of the admin menu table


    • Display bugs for the preview
    • Issues with import of formatted menu.json


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

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