Zeplin Integration with Atlassian Confluence
This would be an integration with Atlassian's Confluence product. Confluence is a great place to store project pages and all associated content, requirements, meeting notes, status, etc... Creating a Zeplin integration would be super helpful. Ideally it would work like this:
Add the Zeplin Confluence component to a page. Configure it to show a particular group within a Zeplin project. The component would automatically update to always show the latest designs from a specified project group. The component could also optionally keep a version history to see how the project has evolved. Links could be provided to click through to Zeplin for all design specs and downloadable assets.
Thomas Hale commented
Alternatively, if individual Zeplin projects and/or single specs for 1 screen could be exported as iFrames and embedded within a page, that would work with Atlassian and other websites!
Adam Coppock commented
Yes, if you could access Zeplins features directly in Confluence that would be a great support to our team for direct documentation. We could actually use Zeplin for a full UX document tool then
Дмитрий Альберт commented
Confluence support would definitely add a strong point in making a decision of moving to Zeplin as a tool for maintaining our design-system.
This will solve so much time for design changes to be documented!
I also think this would be pretty awesome! :) It would certainly help to keep Designs in Confluence up-to-date without doing work twice!
Same issue as from Anonymous here. It would be great to include a specific Zeplin-Screen Version (Artboard only) via iFrame or as Overlay via Trigger-Button.
This is a fantastic idea - we're currently building a design library in Confluence (also including UX Patterns from Axure, Web Components) and being able to directly link Zeplin to the other pieces, without duplicating updates, would be fantastic.