Creating/Updating Confluence pages
February 1, 2011 Leave a comment
Customers have long inquired about the ability to create Confluence pages from frevvo forms for structured content. For example, a Client dashboard or Customer support application in Confluence.
Let’s say you want to create a Client dashboard with a Confluence page for each client. Either clients themselves or internal employees can easily create/update their information using the wiki editor. The problem is that it’s hard to keep the pages consistent since the wiki editor lets people create free-format pages. That’s where frevvo comes in.
Instead of creating/updating these pages via the wiki editor, clients and employees are presented with a form. The form enforces structure, business rules, validation etc. When the form is submitted, frevvo will generate a Confluence page for the client; the page can be named using data from the form (e.g. client name). frevvo can also generate an Edit link on the page. When clicked, it takes you back to the form pre-filled with the client data. You can edit the data and submit. frevvo will then update the client page with the updated data.
It’s really quite easy to do. You can see for yourself in the 4 min video below: