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Confluence Server + Evernote

Create Confluence Server pages from new tagged Evernote notes

Taking notes in one app then manually copy/pasting that content into another app can be time-consuming without the right tools. Let Zapier handle this tedious work for you! With this automation activated, all you need to do is add a tag to a note in Evernote and a page will be created in Confluence with the content of your note automatically.

Taking notes in one app then manually copy/pasting that content into another app can be time-consuming without the right tools. Let Zapier handle this tedious work for you! With this automation activated, all you need to do is add a tag to a note in Evernote and a page will be created in Confluence with the content of your note automatically.

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    New Tag Added to Note

    Triggers when a specific tag is added to a note in Evernote.

    TriggerScheduled
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    Confluence ServerConfluence Server
    Create Page or Blog Post

    Creates a new page or blog post.

    ActionWrite

Supported triggers and actions

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About Confluence Server

Confluence is where you create, organize and discuss work with your team. This integration connects to server-hosted instances of Confluence. Use the 'Confluence Cloud' app for server-hosted instances.

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  • Team Collaboration

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