Confluence Server Plugin
With RealtimeBoard plugin for Confluence, you can share and view boards right on your Confluence pages.
Take your workflow in Confluence to a whole new level: enrich project descriptions with zoomable user story maps, low-fidelity prototypes, system architecture diagrams and everything else you create in RealtimeBoard.
Enabling the plugin
Set up by: Confluence and RealtimeBoard Team Admin
First, download RealtimeBoard plugin for Confluence here by clicking Get in now.
The plugin on the Atlassian Marketplace page
Run the wizard to install the plugin. Then click the plugin on the list of your installed add-ons and then click Configure:
The options to manage the installed plugin
You'll see the following page where you will need to provide your Confluence group data:
You can now connect your Confluence groups and your RealtimeBoard Teams using your Team Access Keys. The teams and groups can be connected in any order you need, for instance, one team - to all the groups or vice versa.
Please keep your key confidential to not allow anyone else set the integration with your team and see boards in Confluence.
Second, log into your RealtimeBoard profile, open the profile page and go to the Settings of the team you'd like to connect. Scroll down to the Integrations section > Confluence Server Plugin > Click Show more:
The Confluence plugin on the list of your account's integrations
You will then be able to copy your key:
Click Copy to obtain your Team Access Key
Paste Team Access Key to the corresponding field in Confluence and click Connect. When RealtimeBoard Team and Confluence group are connected successfully you'll see the key accepted below the field (if you connect several RealtimeBoard teams - which is surely possible, - you will see several Keys listed):
Team Access Key is successfully registered
If there's a misprint in the key you entered you'll get the following message in the right upper corner:
Wrong Team Key error
If you keep getting the error, please refer to this article.
Adding boards to Confluence pages
To be able to see the boards on the Confluence pages a Confluence user does not necessarily need to be registered with RealtimeBoard. If a Confluence user has access to the Confluence page, then they will be able to see the board.
To be able to add a board to a page, a user needs to be a part of the Confluence group the page belongs to. When opening the board picker they only see the boards of those RealtimeBoard teams that were associated with the Confluence groups that the user is a member of.
To add a board when the plugin is installed and the integration is enabled click Insert more content > RealtimeBoard:
When editing a Confluence page
If your group is connected to several RealtimeBoard teams, first choose the team account, then click the board preview and press Insert:
The board picker on the Confluence page
Highlight the board to choose its size or remove it from the page:
The options to edit the embedded board
After you add the board to your Confluence page, you can zoom the board, go to full-screen mode or open the board by clicking its name:
A board as seen on the Confluence page
Please note that this integration is not available in IE. Please use any other supported browser instead.
The embed as shown by Internet Explorer
Which boards will I be able to add?
The plugin integration connects a team to a Confluence group. Therefore when opening the plugin picker you will see the boards from the team that is connected to the group where you are editing the page. Please note that the board has to be either shared with the team or public. Private boards (where the board owner has not shared them) remain private and you will not see them in the menu.
If the board owner restricts access to the board after it was added to Confluence, you'll see the following notice:
This board is not shared with your RealtimeBoard profile
Disabling the plugin
To disable the plugin go to Confluence Administration > Add-ons > RealtimeBoard Integration > Disable:
The option to disable the plugin in your Confluence