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What's New in PocketQuery Cloud - September 2021 Edition
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What's New in PocketQuery Cloud - September 2021 Edition

The summer is over but PocketQuery is not falling asleep! In September 2021, we are bringing new features for PocketQuery Cloud: highly demanded change parameters template, content property wildcards, and the PocketQuery.executeQuery JavaScript API. Change Params TemplateQuery Configuration / FormWe are excited to announce that PocketQuery Macros now support Change

PocketQuery is now available for Confluence Cloud
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PocketQuery is now available for Confluence Cloud

You asked and we listened: PocketQuery for Confluence Cloud is live! PocketQuery is a perennial favorite among our users. And now it’s in the Cloud to make your transition to this brave new Confluence even easier. If you’re not a PocketQuery fanatic yet and have a need to

Welcome PocketQuery for Confluence 4.0.0
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Welcome PocketQuery for Confluence 4.0.0

We are happy to announce PocketQuery for Confluence 4.0! A lot has changed since our very first Marketplace app was published in March 2013 and we are stoked about ~1300 Confluence installations using our data integration tool! The improvements with this new major release are primarily targeting the set

PocketQuery for Confluence - How to REST JIRA
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PocketQuery for Confluence - How to REST JIRA

A few days ago, we showed you a quick and easy way to collect data from a REST API, in this case Wikipedia. The structure was very simple and a good starting point. Today, we will move on to something more complex. This example will introduce you to the authorization

PocketQuery for Confluence - How to REST Wikipedia
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PocketQuery for Confluence - How to REST Wikipedia

In February, we released version 3.0 of our add-on PocketQuery for Confluence. One major new feature was the introduction of REST APIs as datasources. Now, we would like to demonstrate some catchy and practical example usages, that you can copy, adjust to your needs or just use as an

Please welcome PocketQuery for Confluence 3
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Please welcome PocketQuery for Confluence 3

(Note: This is a news article about the new PocketQuery version for Confluence 3. If you’re searching for the documentation, you can find it here). Version 3 of PocketQuery for Confluence will soon be ready to go! With its release on January 31st we would like to introduce a

PocketQuery 2.1 says hello!
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PocketQuery 2.1 says hello!

( Note: this is a news article about the new PocketQuery version 2.1. If you’re searching for the documentation, find it here). PocketQuery 2.1 says hello to the world! In this release, we focused primarily on one desire we’ve heard from many PocketQuery users: decouple the PocketQuery

PocketQuery 2.0 is released!
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PocketQuery 2.0 is released!

( Note: this is a news article about the new PocketQuery version 2.0. If you’re searching for the documentation, find it here.) Our goal with PocketQuery releases was to eat humble pie: we wanted to release new features with frequent new versions. We failed totally with that goal. We

Open stage for PocketQuery 1.14
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Open stage for PocketQuery 1.14

Open stage for PocketQuery 1.14! This version has a few design improvements and some neat new features packed for you! These are the new features / characteristics of version 1.14: New icon designPocketQuery got a new icon on your Confluence system (the red database). Template configurationThere is now a