Atlassian How To’s
A new version of the Atlassian Confluence Editor is out. We've taken a look at the new editing experience to share how things will change in Confluence Cloud over the upcoming months.
After years of working with Confluence, we've come to value a handful of features in particular. Learn which features we find the most useful and why you should start using them, too.
It's essential to think about which software users should be given which type of permissions. After years of configuring Jira projects, we've collected the most valuable tips when it comes to defining permissions in Jira.
We're gearing up for Atlassian Summit Barcelona and want to help you prep for Atlassian's biggest event of the year. Here's how to amplify your Summit experience – from session highlights and must-see keynotes, to Atlas Camp, and a few exciting surprises of our own!
Does your text editor help you track, review, revise, and make your business letters look professional? Confluence can.
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.
Most editorial calendar tools only report on analytic parameters – distribution channels, due dates, etc. But content creators should consider using synergetic tools which will also allow them to manage the creative side of an editorial calendar. Here's how we do it.
Why is Confluence our tool of choice when it comes to documenting UX design concepts and why should you use it? The answer: collaboration, flexibility and a single source of truth.
The time of wikis' widespread popularity are long gone. And yet, the enterprise wiki Atlassian Confluence is more popular than ever. Our guest author found six reasons why this isn't a contradiction and may have unearthed the secret recipe behind Confluence's trend-bucking success.
We started using HipChat a few years ago and it has been working like a charm – no wonder chat apps are experiencing tremendous growth. While live chat helps us keep up, it can also be a source of constant distraction – detrimental when you need to get things done.
If you're a Confluence user you have probably tried to create a template for blog posts. Unfortunately, Confluence doesn't support them. Don't worry though, I came up with a solution that everyone can implement.