Do you ever feel like you spend more time looking for files than actually doing your work? You’re not alone. Our Team Files app can help you save time. Up to 19%1 of your work hours, actually.
You can attach any file or entire folders from your preferred storage place (ex. Sharepoint, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.) to your Confluence pages and Jira issues. This way, you and your team can access the relevant content in the right context.
The Team Files app shows an always updated live preview of the files attached to your pages and issues. Quickly view your Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF documents without depending on long filenames or small thumbnails to understand what’s there.
When you attach a folder, you’ll see a list of all the files and subfolders. You can preview files and edit your documents and browse subfolders. It’s like having a file manager for each page or issue to give you what you need, when and where you need it.
Whenever you need to add a file to an attached folder, just drag & drop it there. The file is uploaded to your connected storage place (ex. Sharepoint, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.), so it doesn’t take up space from your Confluence or Jira.
Your attached files and folders are always in sync with your connected storage place, so if you update them at one point, they will update everywhere. No more downloading and re-uploading and no more multiple versions of the same file.
With Team Files app, you and your team can attach all the files you need to Confluence and Jira. You don’t have to worry about Atlassian storage limits or pay twice to store the same file.
In Confluence, you can attach files and folders with our macro.
In edit mode, click the add macro button in the toolbar and look for Team Files app, then select the file or folder you want to attach. You can also use the / shortcut. Type /team files to add the macro and then click edit to select your file or folder.Try free for Confluence
In Jira, you can attach files and folders to issues with our app.
In the issue, click the add app button below the issue title and select Team Files, then select the file or folder you want to attach. You can also use the File Manager to link your files and folders to your issues.Try free for Jira
With the Team Files app, you can edit documents attached in your Confluence pages or Jira issues, without downloading and re-uploading multiple copies. Real-time collaboration means that you can update the document even if someone in your team is also editing, saving you time.
Create and edit Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel files, with support for real-time collaboration.
Create and edit Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets files, with support for real-time collaboration.
Edit Open Document Format files (*.odt, *.ods, and *.odp) from open source editors like OpenOffice.
For Microsoft Office and Google Docs files, you and your team can work together in the same documents at the same time. You just need to enter edit mode, and you’re ready to create great content together. When you’re done, refresh your Confluence page or Jira issue view to see the updated file.
For when it’s time to start something new, you can also create Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint documents. If you have a Google Drive connected, Google Docs are available too.
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Every team has different needs, so you can connect just one folder or multiple ones to build your single source of truth with our Team Files app. It’s easy to set up, and it will save you a lot of time (no more hunting for files in different apps and platforms).
You can connect folders from all the storage places (ex. Sharepoint, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.) that you and your team use, including multiple accounts of the same service.
You can connect Box, Dropbox, Egnyte, FTP Servers, Google Drive (includes Team Drives support), OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, and Sharepoint storages. Add one or all; it’s up to you and your team.
Team Files app includes a full file manager and browser where you can: navigate the folders, create and edit documents, rename, download, and upload files. In Jira, you can also link files to existing issues.
We redesigned our Team Files app to make things as easy as possible for teams to get the benefits of a single source of truth.
You can install the app from Atlassian Marketplace with just a few clicks. You test the app with a free 30 days trial. Cancel anytime, no questions asked.
(although, if you do cancel, it will help us a lot if you could let us know why).
You don’t need to create an account to use Team Files in Confluence or Jira. Your email and personal data are safe. Just open the app, and it’s ready to use.
The first person using the app needs to connect one folder to enable attaching files and folders to your pages and issues. That folder is then used as a Confluence Page Folder or Jira Project Folder. Everyone that comes after can use the same folder or add more if they want.
When you connected a folder, it becomes accessible to your team, and everyone can attach files from there. To keep your privacy, the storage places you add are only available to you, and only you can connect more folders from it.
In Team Files documentation, you can find details to take advantage of all the features provided, including step-by-step guides, screenshots, and videos.Open documentation
If you can’t find what you need, or if you have a feature request, or have a bug to report, you can also contact our support team. We’re always happy to hear from you.Go to Support
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Visit Atlassian Marketplace to add Team Files to your Confluence or Jira instances. The free trial is included and it’s automatic. You can cancel anytime in a couple of clicks.
1 19% of working time spent by knowledge workers tracking down information (McKinsey Global Institute)