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This page includes release notes and updates for Confluence Cloud app developers. Use this page to keep track of upcoming changes, deprecation notices, new features, and feature updates from Confluence Cloud.
For updates about changes to the Forge platform, see the Forge changelog in the Forge documentation.
You can also ask questions and learn from other Confluence Cloud developers on the Atlassian Developer Community.
We’ve added documentation about:
detection of any rotating refresh tokens being reused
inactivity lifetime, and
leeway of rotating refresh tokens
possible causes of and debugging the
403 Forbidden (invalid_grant) error
The context.contentId property of AP.navigator.getLocation (see Navigator.getLocation) is changing from a
number to a
For full details, see the announcement post: https://community.developer.atlassian.com/t/change-notice-connect-contentid-value-returned-by-ap-navigator-getlocation-value-changing-from-number-to-string/54105
We have added the ability to retrieve user’s time zone to all the REST APIs which retrieve user profile information.
If the user has set up a time zone, it will be retrieved from the user profile, otherwise it will default to the tenant time zone.
user with time zone
user without time zone
"timeZone": "America/Los_Angeles" (default to tenant time zone)
We’ve updated the leeway or reuse detection interval of rotating refresh tokens, from three seconds to 10 minutes.
You can now migrate your Connect app listing and installations to Forge. Navigate to the management view of your Marketplace listing, then select a Forge app with a matching
app.connect.key as the new version.
Admins of sites that use your app’s Connect version will be prompted to update to the Forge version (in the “Manage Apps” screen). When they accept, the installation will be replaced by the Forge version.
You can request a staged rollout of the upgrade by raising a Marketplace support ticket listing which sites see the upgrade.
See Migrate an app from Connect to Forge for more information on how to migrate your app (including known issues and limitations with doing so). Then, see Listing a Forge successor to a Connect app for information on how to update your listing with a migrated app.
Display conditions are now available for the Confluence byline item module. Using display conditions, you can control the visibility of your app modules in the UI. See the display conditions reference documentation for more details.
npm install -g @forge/cli@latest on the command line to install the latest CLI version with linting for display conditions.
Within the Fabric Editor in preview mode, a dynamic content macro with the plain-text body type will be updated with a new body value.
The change is related to API https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/confluence/jsapi/confluence/
We have removed the
use-400-error-response parameter from the Add labels to content endpoint. Given the previous removal of the 500 status response, this parameter is now redundant and unused.
From 4th August 2021, persistent refresh tokens are deprecated. All new OAuth 2.0 integrations use rotating refresh tokens.
During the deprecation window, you’ll be able to switch between both refresh token behaviors in the developer console.
From 31st January 2022, all OAuth 2.0 integrations must use rotating refresh tokens and the refresh token options in the developer console are removed.