Scroll ImageMap brings Confluence images to life, by adding clickable link areas and mouseover tooltips that engage and inform, making them a powerful way to visually communicate information. We've recently been focusing on further improving the app's usability to make adding interactivity to Confluence images even simpler.
A crash course in how to export Confluence pages as beautiful, professionally-formatted PDF documents with full styling flexibility and administrative control.
Scroll PDF Exporter 4.2 introduces fresh styling and administrative features focused on giving users more control over their Confluence exports.
Jira workflows are flexible enough for the vast majority of scenarios, but occasionally, they just can't do what you need. However, Jira issue synchronization can extend workflows to cover even more use cases – find out how.
What do you get when you combine 27 participants, 10 creative ideas, 24 hours, and a kitchen full of pizza? A K15t Hacketse of course!
K15t Software co-founder and CEO, Stefan Kleineikenscheidt, tells his personal story of growing a career in IT, being inspired by new ideas and technology, meeting co-founder Tobias Anstett, and founding K15t Software.
Context-sensitive help offers users the help content they need, when and where they need it – and Confluence is the perfect platform for managing it.
The openness of Jira is a strength, but limiting transparency between partners is tricky. See how to solve this by synchronizing Jira data across projects.
From ShipIt Live victory all the way to the Atlassian Marketplace, we share the valuable lessons learned as we sunset Conversations for Confluence.
The term 'data driven' is thrown into just about every best practice process one hears about these days. Thankfully it's more than just meaningless buzz – but what does it mean when applied to a self service portal such as a help center website? How does one decide what self service analytics to look at, and what conclusions to draw?
Scroll PDF Exporter has gotten some big improvements of late. With full styling control, custom fonts, and even a Comala Workflows integration, now every user can turn Confluence content into beautiful PDFs.
Scroll Document Versions has been relaunched as Scroll Documents for Confluence Cloud, adding powerful new functionality for multi-page document management.
Backbone Issue Sync for Jira, the leading Atlassian Marketplace app dedicated to Jira to Jira synchronization, now supports Cloud to Cloud integrations natively. This means that Jira Cloud users can now take advantage of the app's intuitive setup and robust synchronization flexibility to synchronize issue data.
Tekom/TCWorld, the world's largest technical communication conference, wrapped up last week. Our resident tech writer Tom highlights a few points of interest.
Does your text editor help you track, review, revise, and make your business letters look professional? Confluence can.
Add-on Discovery Day 2017 gave an engaging look at what can be accomplished by extending the core Atlassian tools. If you missed it or want to share the day's presentations from K15t Software, look no further.
Write the Docs Prague 2017 is a three-day conference where some of the brightest minds in techcomm get together and discuss the field's hottest topics. I picked up a bunch of handy tips at the event – here are some personal highlights.
It's the final sprint of our preparation for the big show: Atlassian Summit US September 12th–14th. Summit always showcases the newest trends and technology in the ever growing world of Atlassian-powered teamwork, and this year will be no exception.
As Content Marketing Manager, documenting how our publishing process works is part of the job. This also includes writing instructions on how to use content tools in their context. I recently stumbled across a quick and easy solution to accomplish the creation of these instructions in Confluence – StepShot for Confluence. To save you some trouble next time you take on such a task, I thought I'd share my experience in using this tool.
There is no substitute for face-to-face discussion, not even with collaborative editing in Confluence. But what if we could combine the two?