Click on the Confluence icon in the top-left corner.
Go to Apps > Find new apps.
When the Find new apps screen loads, locate “Pagebrain Search for Confluence”.
Click Install (or Free Trial if the app requires a paid license) to download and install. If the app requires a paid license, you will be provided with a minimum of 30-day free trial.
Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog box.
Once the add-on is installed we will try to crawl all contents of your Confluence instance. This process can take a few minutes to a couple of hours depending on the size of your Confluence instance. While you can still perform search queries when our crawlers are indexing your confluence instance, the results might not be optimal.
Here are some tips on using PageBrain Search:
Try asking questions in natural language (eg,
What time is the town hall meeting? instead of
town hall time)
Search for contents of an image instead of filenames (eg
company trip to vietnam instead of
dslr_001.jpg) to take advantage of our image search
Use double quotes to perform exact search (eg
Add stopwords and synonyms to customize search results depending on your company’s use case (eg, synonym
PTO, Paid Time Off and stopwords
If you want to be able to search contents of instance A from instance B:
Go to PageBrain Settings page from instance A and copy the Federated token
Go to PageBrain Settings page in instance B and paste the Federated token.
Copy and paste the Federated token from instance B to instance A, if you want to search vice versa.
Now your when you search from one instance, the results will also include results from another instance
We use state of the art machine learning models to perform inference on the search results to refine and prioritise the most relevant information.
We only store cached copies of your confluence pages and images for search and retrieval.
On the search page, select the image tab and upload an image to perform reverse image search.
We're currently in the process of publishing PageBrain Search for Jira add-on on Atlassian Marketplace. We will add the full guide once it have been approved.