Audit like a pro with our new Audit log
Can working with audit logs be fun? Atlassian’s revised audit log is sure to be fun to work with. With its clear, user-friendly interface, you can easily find your way around, adjust settings and filter events. But it’s not just about looks. It’s also about what you can do with it:
- You’re in control: you decide which events are logged and how long you want to keep them.
- Full transparency: filter events, expand to see further details, and export the audit log if necessary.
- Free up your auditing schedule: events are clear and well categorized, so you don’t need to spend time browsing through piles of events.
- Delegate some tasks: space admins can now access the audit log for a specific spaces to monitor what’s going on there DATA CENTER
- Integrate with 3rd party tools: events are logged to your database and to a file in the local home directory. Use this file to integrate with SumoLogic, ELK, Amazon CloudWatch and Splunk DATA CENTER
Check it out yourself. Go to > Audit log to experience the new era of auditing. > General Configuration
Bring some colour to your tables
For SERVER DATA CENTER
You can now choose from 49 different table cell colours, including pure black and all the colours of the rainbow. The old colours are still available, so your existing tables will look just fine.
Widget connector gets a modern makeover
For SERVER DATA CENTER
It’s now easier to keep all your work in one place, and bridge the gap between Confluence and other sites and services your team uses to get work done. You can now use the Widget Connector macro to share media, designs, work in progress, or the latest news from:
- Microsoft Stream
The Widget Connector also improved how content is displayed from:
- Google Calendar
- Google Maps
- Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides
- Twitter (now displays Profiles, Lists, and Moments)
Single sign-on with OpenID Connect IdPs
For DATA CENTER
Atlassian has recently added SAML single sign-on support for all its data center products. Now they have added the option to authenticate to Identity Providers (IdPs) that use the OpenID Connect protocol.
Go to> Allgemeine Konfiguration > SSO 2.0.
Elsewhere in the Confluence universe…
Use Atlassian Companion in your language
Atlassian keeps working on improving file handling and has recently released the Atlassian Companion 1.1.0. Companion acts as a bridge between Confluence and your desktop applications.
Companion is now available in 23 languages. To change the language, click the Atlassian Companion iconon the menu bar (macOS) or in the system tray (Windows) and choose Languages.
Upload files with confidence
You’ll now be warned if a new version of a file has been uploaded since you started editing a file. You can either discard your changes, or continue to upload your changes as a new version in the file history.