Put a real wiki inside of SharePoint

Unite SharePoint and Confluence with federated search, bi-directional content embedding, and single sign-on.

Combine powerful free-form content creation and collaboration with the document management and workflow strengths of SharePoint.

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Embed content, both ways

Blend enterprise documents and lists with rich Confluence content, all on a single SharePoint page.

Display blog posts and the rich discussions they facilitate inside SharePoint so everyone can contribute to the conversation.

Search once, find everything

Give your users one search box to find everything: Confluence pages, blog posts, and SharePoint documents.

Full document security and permissions are maintained across all content and search results.

Browse your wiki

Support for Web Part Connections allows users to browse through an entire Confluence space – pages and blog posts – without leaving SharePoint.

Share your lists

Put your favorite SharePoint lists – documents, links, calendars, tasks, issues, and discussions – inside Confluence pages.

Free your documents

Share and instantly edit SharePoint documents within lists embedded in Confluence.

Any changes will be updated in SharePoint's content repository.

Socialize SharePoint

Support for posting comments on the Confluence pages and blog posts embedded in SharePoint allows more people to contribute to the conversations taking place inside your wiki.

Single sign-on

You can seamlessly navigate between SharePoint and Confluence since users are shared via Microsoft Active Directory.

With a single username and password for both applications, sign into one application and you're signed into both.

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Over 400 companies in 40 countries use the SharePoint Connector. Meet our customers.

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