Confluence improves collaboration, communication, and knowledge transfer, which is why many teams rely on this tool to create reports where they visualize relevant data and expand on specific points. From software teams working on the next big product launch to managers outlining the company business plan to product teams managing product vision and product strategy, Confluence plays a crucial role in how teams collaborate and get work done together.

This is why the new Dashboard Hub macro for Confluence is so exciting. It’s a powerful feature that will help teams take their Confluence documents and reports to the next level. This macro allows you to insert a whole dashboard or an individual chart in your pages, so your reports function and look better than ever.

Now you can improve your documents in Confluence by bringing in metrics, custom charts, and more than 70 gadgets. Plus, you can leverage ten valuable third-party integrations that Dashboard Hub for Confluence offers.

Add the strength of Dashboard Hub to your Confluence documents 

Create and visualize custom charts especially built to display your relevant data, using advanced customization options such as reordering segments and changing colors. Use more than 70 gadgets to display metrics from 10 different products, or apply one of Dashboard Hub’s pre-defined templates to create powerful Agile, ITSM, and DevOps dashboards (among others).

With this macro, you can make data much more accessible for your team or organization. Accompany text with highly visual charts which simultaneously display the data and provides relevant context for collaboration. Substitute static and boring screenshots with live charts, which are dynamic and interactive, providing real-time, in-depth data to play with.

How to use the Dashboard Hub macro for Confluence

When editing a document, go to the Insert icon “+” on the top toolbar and search for the Dashboard Hub dashboard macro, or if you prefer, you can simply start typing / (in Cloud) or { (in Server or Data Center) follow by dashboard, and it will quickly pop up.

Note that you do not necessarily have to configure the dashboard beforehand. When adding the macro, you will be instantly redirected to Dashboard Hub for Confluence, where you will be asked to choose between embedding an existing dashboard or creating a new one. Easy.

While configuring the dashboard, you can easily change the chart size, use native Confluence layouts, or build it yourself for more custom visualization. If you want to change anything within the dashboard, e.g., redesign a gadget, click on the dashboard, and you will be quickly redirected to Dashboard Hub for Confluence.

There, you will be able to customize the chart as needed, finding a “Close and come back to Confluence” button always on the bottom of the page. This makes it simple and easy to pick up right where you left off.

Level up your Confluence

Wiki writers of the World, your wisdom doesn’t need to be plain and boring. Remember that effective communication requires clarity in the message, and live information is even more powerful with Dashboard Hub for Confluence.

Try Dashboard Hub for Confluence for free and start improving your Confluence pages instantly.

Last updated: 2022-11-22

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