This article is meant to assist with explaining how to add the GoLinks Confluence add-on within the GoLinks dashboard. Completing the Confluence add-on will only be successful for those individuals who currently have administrator capabilities within their companies.
What Is The Confluence Add-on?
The Confluence Add-on allows users to use GoLinks within their Confluence accounts. The user will be able to add their GoLinks that they have created within their GoLinks dashboard to the new documents that they create within Confluence. The GoLinks will help to redirect users that are reading the document, to other documents/urls that are associated with those GoLinks.
To start, first you will want to open your Golinks profile/homepage. From there, you will click on the circle/or your profile image that can found on the upper right hand corner of your Golinks profile/homepage. Click on your profile photo at the top right of your dashboard to reveal a menu drop-down. Next select “Intergrations” in the drop down menu:
Next select “Intergrations” in the drop down menu. Next, you will select the “view” button next to Confluence:
Downloading The Confluence App
After selecting “View”, it will bring you to the following page where you will be asked to download the GoLinks for Confluence app by clicking the “Get it now” button. Once the app is download, it will redirect you to your confluence page:
If you are presented with the following pop up after downloading, select “Cancel”:
Testing Your GoLinks In Confluence
You will then need to log into your Confluence account if you have not already logged in. Once logged into your Confluence account, you will be able to test your GoLinks in Confluence by using the following steps:
- Within Confluence, create a new page by selecting the “create” button. On this page, you can type in your existing go/links that you have already created in your Golinks account.
- In the new document type any GoLink. (ex. go/hr).
- Select “Publish” at the top of the page.
- Refresh page
- Select the test document you created.
- Select your GoLink in the document, that should redirect you to the page/url associated with that GoLink.
You will then be all set and able to use your go/links with Confluence!
Watch a short tutorial video