¿Quién utiliza este software?

En la actualidad, todos los tipos de departamentos funcionales de cualquier tamaño usan Confluence, desde equipos técnicos y grupos de gestión de proyectos, hasta Marketing, Recursos Humanos, los departamentos jurídicos y financieros. Todos los equipos cumplen con el trabajo gracias a Confluence.

Valoración media

1362 opiniones
  • En general 4.5 / 5
  • Facilidad de uso 4 / 5
  • Atención al cliente 4.5 / 5
  • Funcionalidades 4.5 / 5
  • Relación calidad-precio 4.5 / 5

Detalles del producto

  • Precio inicial USD 10.00/mes
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  • Versión gratuita No
  • Prueba gratis Sí, consigue una prueba gratuita
  • Implementación Instalado: Mac
    En la nube, SaaS, web
    Instalado: Windows
    Móvil: nativo de iOS
    Móvil: nativo de Android
  • Formación Seminarios web
    Documentación
  • Asistencia En horario ininterrumpido (atiende un representante)
    En línea

Datos del proveedor

  • Atlassian
  • http://www.atlassian.com
  • Fundada en 2002

Sobre Confluence

Confluence es un espacio de trabajo abierto y compartido que conecta a las personas con las ideas y la información que necesitan para generar impulso y hacer su mejor trabajo. A diferencia de las herramientas para compartir documentos y archivos, Confluence es abierto y colaborativo, ayudándote a crear, administrar y colaborar en cualquier cosa, desde planes de lanzamiento de productos hasta campañas de marketing. Encuentra trabajo fácilmente con espacios dedicados y organizados, conéctate entre equipos y realiza integración sin problemas con la suite Atlassian o personaliza con aplicaciones del Marketplace.

Funciones de Confluence

  • Búsqueda de texto completo
  • Contenido en audio
  • Contenido en vídeo
  • Control de versiones
  • Editor de imágenes
  • Editor de texto
  • Formularios electrónicos
  • Gestión de SEO
  • Gestión de páginas web
  • Indexación de documentos
  • Modelos personalizables
  • Acceso móvil
  • Archivo y conservación
  • Búsqueda
  • Control de versiones
  • Firma electrónica
  • Gestión de activos digitales
  • Gestión de documentos
  • Gestión de flujos de trabajo
  • Gestión de la información
  • Gestión del ciclo de vida de contenidos
  • Herramientas de colaboración
  • Control de versiones
  • Edición en tiempo real
  • Foros de discusión
  • Gestión de calendarios
  • Gestión de contactos
  • Gestión de contenidos
  • Gestión de documentos
  • Gestión de proyectos
  • Gestión de tareas
  • Lluvia de ideas
  • Videoconferencia
  • Colaboración
  • Gestión de tareas
  • Gestión del cambio
  • Priorización
  • Reporting
  • Requisitos necesarios del accionista
  • Seguimiento de estado
  • Diagramas de Gantt
  • Gestión de modelos
  • Gestión de presupuestos
  • Gestión de recursos
  • Gestión de tareas
  • Herramientas de colaboración
  • Metodologías ágiles
  • Métodos tradicionales
  • Priorización
  • Seguimiento de fechas de vencimiento
  • Seguimiento del avance
  • Tablero kanban
  • Colaboración
  • Control de procesos de aprobación
  • Controles o permisos de acceso
  • Directorio de miembros
  • Firma electrónica
  • Gestión de actas
  • Gestión de calendarios
  • Gestión de documentos
  • Non-profit
  • Sondeos y votos
  • Clasificación de ideas
  • Colaboración
  • Feed de actividad y noticias
  • Gestión de flujos de trabajo
  • Ideación
  • Mapa mental
  • Seguimiento de estado
  • Diagramas de Gantt
  • Gestión de carteras
  • Gestión de ideas
  • Gestión de presupuestos
  • Gestión de recursos
  • Herramientas de colaboración
  • Metodologías ágiles
  • Modelos personalizables
  • Métodos tradicionales
  • Portal de clientes
  • Seguimiento costes hasta finalización
  • Seguimiento de hitos
  • Seguimiento horas/gastos
  • Tablero kanban
  • Búsqueda de texto completo
  • Catalogación/Categorización
  • Colaboración
  • Foros de discusión
  • Gestión de contenidos
  • Gestión de la base de conocimiento
  • Portal de autoservicio
  • Árbol de decisión
  • Acceso sin conexión
  • Archivo de documento
  • Control de versiones
  • Conversión de tipo de archivos
  • Ensamblaje de documentos
  • Firma electrónica
  • Herramientas de colaboración
  • Indexación de documentos
  • Reconocimiento óptico de caracteres
  • Recuperación de archivos
  • Retención de documentos
  • Seguimiento de la conformidad
  • Búsqueda
  • Chat en tiempo real
  • Colaboración
  • Gestión de contenidos
  • Gestión de documentos
  • Uso compartido de archivos
  • Arrastrar y soltar
  • Colaboración
  • Gestión de flujos de trabajo
  • Gestión de requisitos
  • Importación/Exportación de contenidos
  • Priorización
  • Seguimiento de hitos
  • Colaboración
  • Gestión de flujos de trabajo
  • Gestión de ideas
  • Gestión de recursos
  • Gestión de requisitos
  • Gestión de versiones
  • Hoja de ruta del producto
  • Priorización
  • Recopilación de comentarios
  • Seguimiento de hitos

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Las opiniones más útiles de Confluence

Finest Documentation platform

Publicado el 12/9/2019
Ajesh G.
Software Engineer
Tecnología y servicios de la información, 10,001+ empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña 
4/5
En general
4 / 5
Facilidad de uso
4 / 5
Características y funcionalidades
4 / 5
Asistencia técnica
4 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: Confluence gave better documentation compared tot he old text files so that more readable format. The integration of images and diagrams make the documentation more user friendly.

Puntos a favor: Confluence gives best documentation platform for your projects. We can categorize based on different projects and sub projects. we can create links to another pages which is very useful to route to another document without searching for it. we can see all the documents related one project in one section. It gives you wide range of features to include images and diagrams to make the documentation more useful. We can also subscribe to the pages so that anyone make any changes we get notified.

Contras: Confluence needs more integration with the CICD tools available in the market to make more automated documentation. confluence needs to provide to create diagrams for documentation so that users dont need to go for external software for that.

Great documentation platform for both intranets and customer-facing hubs

Publicado el 17/9/2019
Panagiotis K.
Founder & Managing Director
Producción audiovisual, 2-10 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña 
5/5
En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidades
5 / 5
Asistencia técnica
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: The experience I had the last 9-10 years that me and my colleagues worked with Confluence is excellent. The document editor works smoothly even from the mobile app that is offered. There are many article templates to choose from when you start creating an article, from decision making documents to marketing strategy forms and solution focused how-to pages. Confluence supports a lot of media types in the pages, so it's easy to create helpful articles with video, audio, images and many more like attention panels, embedded spreadsheets, etc. You can even embed the contents of one section of a page to another page, so that if you change that it reflects the change in all the pages that the section was included. Which is great for customer support and of course technical documentation. Did I mention that you can create as many different wikis as you like? Confluence calls those "spaces" and it's a great way to keep things separated. I use different wiki spaces for my employees handbook, customer support, app manuals, design documents per project, etc. The possibilities are endless and having them separately helps with security between different roles in the company and outside of it.

Puntos a favor: Confluence, especially the new cloud version, is one of the best tools to use for documenting your knowledge-base. The best parts for me are: - The ability to connect my articles with to-do tasks from project management (Jira from Atlassian, same company, so they work like a charm together).
- The articles I can contain any media types, from spreadsheets that I can edit in-line to videos. There are also a lot of native panels to help anybody create very stylish articles with usability.
- In-line and footer comment sections help my team discuss and develop documents all together, without losing any of the discussion history.
- The ability to also keep an internal blog. I use that to inform my colleagues for the day-to-day developments, and keep everybody on track with high ideas and management efforts.
- All of the above can be also used as a customer-facing knowledge-base, to serve your customers with documents, operation manuals and help articles. Very handy if you use it together with the service desk solution from the same company, but can also be used stand-alone too.
In general it's one of the best choices that I made when I was searching for a documentation solution for my company and my clients, back in 2010. Almost a decade passed and Confluence is still growing better and better by the time. Atlassian the company behind Confluence is now huge and offers many solutions that integrate with Confluence, making it an even better choice if you use other tools from them.

Contras: I can't find any cons to Confluence. After all there is no perfect solution, only elegant ones depending on the problem one tries to solve. Atlassian is offering a trial period so anybody can see if Confluence is good for their company's documentation needs. From my experience, it would be bad to start a trial before you hove some really motivated people in your team and some content to put in there. Because it would be better to test Confluence with something that you would use in your company, so that you see first hand the pros and cons while your team works with Confluence with material that is close to the true material that you would put in there. If I was to change one thing it would be the way it recognizes internally any of the pages I create, so that Confluence doesn't have any issues with pages with same titles. That would be a nice time saver and space saver in the outline of any wiki one creates.

Best documentation tool I ever used

Publicado el 5/9/2019
Arturo M.
Developer
Tecnología y servicios de la información, 5001-10,000 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña 
5/5
En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidades
3 / 5
Asistencia técnica
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: I use this almos daily and I think it is a great tool for team performance. It allows to create and view all the info in no time and pretty well structured.

Puntos a favor: The main advantage about Confluence is that is part of the Atlassian Suite which involves Jira and Bitbucket among others. This makes pretty easy to integrate them and add quick references to a jira issue with just write the reference number.
The text editor in Confluence is pretty complete, allowing to create really decent pages for any kind of documentation desired. The possibility of create nested pages makes really easy to organize the information in "chapters" "sub-chapters" and so on, giving your documentation a really neat look.
This feature also allows to segregate the information, so you can have your product's documentation on one place, perfectly organized and set another "Chapter" for your team info, where you could store info about code conventions, timetables about overtime or availability, and so on.
Confluence is also useful in order to create software designs, since it allows to create pages where you can paste your diagrams and so on and allows to discuss on them by adding comments or remarks.
And the Watch utility keep you posted via e-mail whenever a page you're watching is modified in any way so you can keep track of a discussion or whatever.

Contras: So far didn't find any big issue with confluence. Maybe for beginners it has a bit of learning curve and some option like the page nesting and so on is a bit difficult to learn. Besides that, I think is a pretty complete software.
Something I miss is the possibility of "downloading" a page with all nested ones into a pdf. That would be a great feature in order to generate documentation files.

Powerful wiki software

Publicado el 13/8/2019
Usuario verificado
Software Engineer
Software informático, 13-50 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña 
4/5
En general
4 / 5
Facilidad de uso
4 / 5
Características y funcionalidades
Asistencia técnica
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: Confluence has become the place for us to collect information, across our business. We use it document our processes and policies (the access controls prove useful there), and our development teams use it on a daily basis to record the outcomes of discussions and to share knowledge.

Puntos a favor: Confluence does a good job as a tool for writing, organising and viewing all kinds of documentation.
It's fairly wiki-esque, but with a more intuitive editor for pages that should make it easier to pick up for new users that might be more familiar with, say, Microsoft Word.
As an Atlassian product, you can expect a full set of tools for managing access to different pages and areas across your organisation, making it more appropriate for enterprises than more basic wiki software that doesn't always provide the same level of control.
Another advantage is the high level of integration. 'Macros' allow users to include a variety of rich content, and are customisable. Examples of integrations include JIRA, Trello, Microsoft Office, G Suite, and more. The 'Atlassian Marketplace' can be used to find and install more macros.

Contras: Although the editor is easier to use than the markdown used by a lot of other wiki software, it can occasionally be frustrating to work with. Not all macros and formatting settings behave exactly the same, so while you'd be able to fix these issues directly in markdown, you can end up trying out a bunch of different tools before you find the one you need to achieve your goal.
As with all collections of articles, organising pages can become difficult. The software itself provides basic tools that allow you to define a structure for your pages, and these work well, but it still requires considerable discipline as your use of the software scales up.

Wiki Engine on Steroids

Publicado el 7/8/2019
David M.
Senior Engineer
Investigación, 13-50 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña 
4/5
En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidades
5 / 5
Asistencia técnica
4 / 5
Relación calidad-precio
Probabilidad de recomendación:
Muy baja Muy alta

Comentarios: We are using Confluence as our internal documentation storage system. It allows us to easily create documentation and share it among our various teams while controlling access to the teams. It is better than a document storage system for this purpose, as it allows us to create the documents on the fly, cutting a step out of the process and making documents easier to manage. We host it on site, so it is more secure than a solution like Google Docs as it's not on the web.

Puntos a favor: We use Confluence on a daily basis to document various aspects of our organization. There is a large variety of built-in templates for a variety of sorts of documents. We heavily utilize the how-to articles to record procedures. Although it does link with other Altassian products, like Jira, we don't use that functionality currently as we run Confluence on-site and Jira in the cloud. The upgrade to version 6 greatly increased the usefulness of the product, as it brought in concurrent editing, ala Google Docs, which was functionality we needed when developing procedures for an event as a group. The search and indexing capabilities make it easy to find a document if its location is not obvious.

Contras: Search and indexing can lose usefulness in the event you have many similar documents, like say a checklist that is executed often. I would like a function to be able to click a check box to "ignore results like this." The initial setup of Confluence was not completely straightforward, however, we were installing on an older version, version 5. (The upgrade to version 6 went much smoother.) I would prefer an omnibus install package if it doesn't currently have that rather than having to install PostgreSQL and the application. The LDAP integration could have been a little bit smoother than it was, although it is in line with the other Atlassian products I have integrated.

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