Content at your fingertips, wherever you are
Need to get a product update fast but can't get to the office? With Mobile Interface you can access your Confluence spaces, pages, recent activities or blog posts from wherever you are, whenever you want.
In the left side-panel is the navigation tree where you can see a hierarchical view of all your Confluence content. From wherever you are you can use the tree to reach another page.
If you're using RefinedWiki Original Theme then your categories and subcategories are included in the tree hierarchy.
In the right side-panel you’ll see the activity stream, which can be filtered by pages, blog posts, comments and more.
Favorites and notifications are also found in the right panel. You can edit notifications on the go, including marking tasks as done or adding new to-dos.
From Confluence, administrators can set Mobile Interface permissions and re-order modules. It’s easy to change what anonymous users, logged in users or specific groups can see.
Find stuff fast with live search
The search function automatically shows pages you’ve recently viewed without having to type anything. And if you want to start a new search, simply start typing and the results will appear.
Automatic redirection to the Mobile Interface
You can choose to either automatically redirect mobile and tablet users to the Mobile Interface, or instead display a link at the top of each page for manual redirection.
Read more about a Confluence mobile solution.
A responsive UI for any device
RefinedWiki Mobile Interface 3.0 introduces a completely new UI that maximises the capabilities of Confluence, creating a better experience for smartphone or tablet, no matter if your thing is Android, Windows or iOs.
Never miss a moment
Notifications and tasks
View and respond to notifications and tasks directly from the Mobile Interface.
Like, comment & upload pictures
Likes and comments can be made on any page or blog post. Photos can also be included in a comment or added to a page. Choose from your device’s album, or take a new picture.
Keep in touch
Contact a user
Need to contact someone in your Confluence network? Simply browse the user list then click on the email or phone icon.
User profiles include contact details, position/title, department, Confluence status updates and Skype/HipChat account info.
Add colleagues to your network to receive their activity updates.
Bookmark favorite pages and spaces then access them anytime from the favorites button in the menu.
Interact with Confluence Questions
You can ask, view and interact directly with Confluence Questions on the go.
Overview activities with Team Calendars
The support for Team Calendars makes it simple to view your upcoming events list with planned meetings, travels and vacation.
Hey good looking!
Customize the look of your Mobile Interface with the new Theme Editor. And if you’re using RefinedWiki Original Theme you can easily import a theme so your mobile version coordinates.
Customize your app icon
Use your company logo as the app icon for the Mobile Interface so the whole experience feels personal and on brand.
Even more joy if you use our other add-ons
Categories and subcategories within the navigation
If you use RefinedWiki Original Theme, the Mobile Interface navigation tree includes categories and subcategories, making navigation even easier.
Import a theme
If you are using RefinedWiki Original Theme you can import any theme so your Mobile Interface matches.
Complement your Intranet or Extranet
Do you use RefinedWiki Original Theme to make Confluence an Intranet or Extranet? If so our Mobile Interface is the perfect companion to share content with employees or customers, wherever they are.
Chat is just a click away
Chat with colleagues using Skype or HipChat via the user details page.
For large organizations the Mobile Interface gives maximum permission control in the same way Confluence does. Users can only see spaces, pages and links they've been given permission to view.
If you're using RefinedWiki Original Theme, the same permission settings for categories and subcategories can be applied in the Mobile Interface.