Scandio GmbH

Scandio is a Munich based software development and consulting company. Scandio is an Atlassian partner since 2007 with platinum status since 2015, focusing on Confluence and JIRA in enterprise environments. As Platinum Solution Partner Scandio also provides support for all Atlassian products.

Add-ons by Scandio GmbH

HideElements for Confluence

by Scandio GmbHfor Confluence Server
Supported
Supported by Scandio GmbH
Data Center
This add-on is compatible with the clustering and high-availability capabilities of our products.

HideElements is a useful macro to easily hide unwanted elements (title, comments, buttons, metas, likes, labels, ...) on a Confluence page or blog post. It's pretty much self-explaining, easy to use, and needs nothing more than a few clicks.

Lively Blogs for Confluence

by Scandio GmbHfor Confluence Server
Supported
Supported by Scandio GmbH
Data Center
This add-on is compatible with the clustering and high-availability capabilities of our products.

Lively Blog Posts displays blog posts with a teaser text and a teaser image, highlights important posts and can be included on the Confluence dashboard. In addition you can browse through all or featured posts on a stunning overview page.

Lively Theme for Confluence

by Scandio GmbHfor Confluence Server
Supported
Supported by Scandio GmbH
Data Center
This add-on is compatible with the clustering and high-availability capabilities of our products.

Lively Theme gives your Confluence an appealing and neatly design with widgets. Various useful tools like Team Calendar & Blogposts are being integrated by default and required content can easily be retrieved via the new enhanced space navigation.

PocketQuery for Confluence

by Scandio GmbHfor Confluence Server
Supported
Supported by Scandio GmbH
Data Center
This add-on is compatible with the clustering and high-availability capabilities of our products.

PocketQuery is a Confluence add-on that allows a specified group of users to create queries that fetch data from external SQL databases or REST APIs. Results can be visualized and parameterized in Confluence pages by permitted users.