Once you have a paid subscription, you'll be able to make a Confluence integration.
We do support a simple Confluence integration, so you can easily export your boards to a Confluence page.
There are four simple steps to get your account connected to Confluence:
Step 1. Connecting to Confluence
First, you need to connect your Confluence account to EasyRetro. To do this go to the Integrations page (https://easyretro.io/integration) and look for the "Connect your account" button:
Step 2. Accept EasyRetro app on Confluence
Now you need to grant access to our app, so we'll be able to read your space list and create your board page. You can do this by choosing your Confluence site on the list, and then clicking on the "Accept" button.
Note: We don't keep or have access to any sensitive data from your Confluence account, we can just read your space list and create pages into them.
Step 3. Exporting your Board
On the previous step, you had been redirected to our Integration page, where you saw the following message "Confluence successfully installed". In case you weren't able to complete this procedure try to repeat the process or contact us!
Now go to your board, click on the clockwork icon (settings) and choose the option "Export to Confluence"
Step 4. Selecting the destination space
You can select one of the available Confluence spaces to create your board page:
And that's it! Your request will be processed and you will see the following message:
We also provide a link button, so you can easily access your new page!
After exporting your board here is how your board's information will look like inside of Confluence.
You can also grant access to your integration for your teammates.
In order to do that go to your Integration Page ( https://easyretro.io/integration )
You'll see a button called "Grant Access" in each one of your Teams. To allow your team members to export the team boards to Confluence you just have to click on this button.
Note: You can revoke this access at any time by clicking on the "Revoke Access" button.
Here's a tutorial in video format showing how to make Confluence Integration.