Label Suggester for Confluence – Documentation
Install the Label Suggester add-on for Confluence directly from the Atlassian Marketplace. Read more about installing an add-on.
You can directly start using the Label Suggester add-on without any configuration. Use the configuration to refine or improve your label suggestions within your custom business case.
You can find the configuration dialogs within the Confluence administration within the menu “Label Suggester”.
The configuration dialog for labels allows you to adjust the basic behavior of the add-on, like
- enabling or disabling suggestions for specific content types (for instance blogs or pages),
- setting the number of shown results.
Use this configuration dialog to setup the used search algorithms.
Here you can configure the weight (importance) of found words within a specific context of the content, for instance the title or hyperlinks.
Ignored words will be removed from search results and not presented add suggestions.
Here you will find all ignored words. This dialog also allows you to remove words from the ignore list.
Use this dialog to import or add new ignored words manually. You can download word lists in different languages from stopwords.org.
Also German and English use advanced natural language processing, we recommend importing their list of stopwords to further improve suggestions.
You can already add labels while creating or editing content within Confluence. Use the labels dialog to get your first suggestions using the current content.
You also can add labels using the label dialog for already published content. Use the dialog to get suggestions there as well as from the editor.