A Confluence-administration interface for managing apps.
The Universal Plugin Manager (UPM) is a special interface built into Confluence where you can install, uninstall, enable, disable, and update apps. Only System Administrators can access the Universal Plugin Manager page.
To visit the Universal Plugin Manager, click the gear icon in the Confluence Administration Menu and select "Manage apps" (or, in previous versions, "Add-ons") from the drop-down list.
For example (on a locally-running Confluence instance), the full URL is:
In the Universal Plugin Manager interface, you can find a list of User-installed apps (e.g. your Brikit apps will appear here). Within each installed app in the list, you have the option to enable, disable, update, or uninstall the app. You can also search, download, and upload apps directly from the Universal Plugin Manager page.
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