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.
Sharing passwords with team members can compromise company security. Unfortunately, many teams have to. In this article, I want to demonstrate how the K15t team manages and shares passwords without compromising security.
Hackathons have always been important to us here at K15t. In the old days they were held informally – more like greatly-accelerated sprints ...
An exciting and exhausting Atlassian Summit 2015 is now in the books, and with much fanfare it outlined how the company is working to make teams smarter, better, faster, and stronger.
The Scroll Viewport 2.1 release is dedicated to all the viewport theme developers out there! Creating and editing viewport themes is now easier than ever (forget FTP!). Here are six reasons why you folks (not only theme developers!) should embrace Scroll Viewport 2.1 – the latest version of an add-on for Confluence that's also a framework for delivering Confluence content even simpler and faster to the web.
We're happy to announce that Scroll PDF Exporter now supports syntax highlighting for code examples. It had been our top-voted feature, and it was a bit tricky to implement, but now exporting code examples should work for everyone just right.
Scroll Translations helps you internationalizing your content: Manage multiple languages in the same Atlassian Confluence space and translate within or outside Atlassian Confluence.
Managing content in Confluence with the Scroll Versions add-on allows authors to schedule new pages, modifications or removals for a specific version. This is quite handy when documenting product features that appear (or disappear) in certain versions. However, in some cases it is also required to remove a page and all its versions.
We have just released the public beta of a new add-on from the "little, useful and free helpers" category: The Expando Macro. The Expando Macro makes headings clickable and expands or collapses the content that belongs to that heading, and it expands content based on a macro parameter or on the linked HTML anchor.
Duplicate page titles have been a requested feature for Confluence for a long time, because people want to have multiple "Introduction" pages for different sections in their wiki space. However, it is not supported by Confluence. But, in Scroll Versions' we have added the permalink feature that allows multiple wiki pages with the same title in the same Confluence space. This article describes how to use duplicated page titles without using the other Scroll Versions functionality.
Right in time for Tekom 2012 we've relaunched the K15t Software website for better usability, more appealing design and more content.
Are you looking for a good way to manage documentation in a wiki? Try Confluence 4.3 and Scroll Versions 1.1. The latest release Scroll Versions 1.1 comes with an additional reviewer role that is capable of reviewing versioned content.
Documentation processes in many cases require formal approvals and archiving to comply with common regulations or company policies. This is also true when using wikis like the Confluence wiki for documentation. Therefore the Ad hoc Workflow plugin and the the Scroll Wiki Exporters now work really well together to give you that kind of functionality.
Today, Atlassian released Confluence 4 - a great release with the awesome new rich-text-editor. The changes for the new editor also result in an incompatibility with our exporter plugins, which means we have to migrate our exporter plugins to work with Confluence 4. The good news first: Confluence 4-compatibility will be coming soon.