Elaine here from Confluence Cloud Product Management. I want to give you a heads up on an upcoming UI update to the page overflow menu in Confluence Cloud.
What is changing and why?
As part of our continuous effort to simplify the user experience, we are making some UI updates to how the page overflow menu is organized in Confluence Cloud. Below screenshot shows where this menu is located.
For apps that use any of the following extension points…
…this update would mean:
Before : apps are located in a Confluence predefined section or app-defined custom section in the menu.
After : apps and other integrations will be grouped into their own dedicated section in the menu.
What do I need to do?
This update is now available on all test instances participating in the Confluence Ecosystem Beta Program. Please check it out and share your feedback with us. Sign up here to get on our Dev First Release Track if you haven’t.
- If you currently have app webitem(s) at this extension point, there’s NO change needed from you to place them at the new location in the menu. When this UI update is rolled out, app related menu items will be relocated for you based on the new design.
- If you plan to use this extension point in the future, this is a FYI so you know what to expect.
- If you have any marketing content or customer support documentations showing this UI, you may want to update them.
By when do I need to do it?
Customer rollout will proceed in a progressive fashion 2020-10-05T07:00:00Z → 2020-10-16T07:00:00Z.
Further questions? Feedback? Please reply below.
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p.s. I recently moved to this role within the Confluence Cloud Product Management team. I’ll do a proper self intro to y’all soon.