Tuning Confluence Search
This article is about how Troopr matches Confluences documents and how you can tune the matching behaviour to your needs. In designated Troopr Wiki channels in Slack, Troopr will match pages in Confluence for every message posted to that channel. You can configure the matching options and scope to tune the matching behaviour.
Troopr provides two matching options, "Tight" and "Loose". You can use "Loose" matching to find Confluence articles where any of the keywords or phrases in the Slack message match. You can use the "Tight" matching type to match articles only when all keywords or phrases in the Slack message match.
By default, Troopr finds matches in the Confluence page title and labels. Troopr can also be set to search the content of the Confluence page along with the title and labels.
Steps to configure matching options
- Login Troopr app: https://app.troopr.io using Slack SSO.
- Click on "Troopr Wiki" on the left side panel and choose "Channel Preferences".
- If you are setting up a Slack channel for the first time, choose the channel in the "Select Channel to Configure" section and click on "Manage".
- On the channel page, configure "Matching Options" and "Matching Scope" in the "Matching Options" section.
See also how to configure keyword aliases