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Wiki Cloud Migration Deadline


On January 8th, 2024 the University of Iowa Wiki hosted at https://wiki.uiowa.edu will be shut down permanently. If you would like to continue using Confluence (Wiki) in the Cloud, you will need to request licenses by filling out this Workflow form if you haven't done so already.

For more information and other options for your content, please visit the Wiki Service Change Options and FAQs page. Your content from https://wiki.uiowa.edu will be available for migration upon request for two years (until 1/8/2026).

Key: (tick) = Supported. (error) = Not Supported

Web browsers – desktop


Microsoft Internet Explorer (Windows) (1, 2)

(tick) 8, 9,10

Mozilla Firefox (all platforms)

(tick) Latest stable version supported

Google Chrome (Windows and Mac) (3)

(tick) Latest stable version supported

Safari (Mac) 

(tick) Latest stable version supported

Web browsers – mobile


Mobile Safari (iOS) (4)

(tick) Latest stable version supported
(tick) Tested with iOS 5.1

Android (Android) (5)(tick) The default browser on Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich)


  1. Internet Explorer 8 and 9 do not support the drag-and-drop functionality of HTML5. As Confluence relies on this functionality, the drag-and-drop experience in Internet Explorer 8 and 9 is not complete. Internet Explorer 10 in 'desktop' mode does support the drag-and-drop functionality, and the implementation of drag-and-drop in Confluence works as expected with Internet Explorer 10 'desktop' mode. The 'modern' mode of Internet Explorer 10 does not support drag-and-drop.
  2. Confluence is tested with these versions of Internet Explorer in standards-compliant rendering mode, not compatibility mode. Enabling compatibility mode may cause problems because it emulates older, unsupported rendering modes.
  3. Chrome does not have WEBDAV / plugin support so features such as Edit in Word for attachments will not work. Please refer to CONF-23322 for information on the progress of the issue.
  4. Confluence does not support editing in Mobile Safari on iOS devices (such as iPhone and iPad). Please refer to CONF-19523 for information on the progress of this issue.
  5. Confluence does not support editing on Android devices.



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