The Scroll Add-ons for Atlassian Confluence power painless content collaboration, and in many organizations that means taking the DocOps approach for technical communication. Check out some fresh news on how several companies are using Scroll Add-ons to do their documentation the agile way.
Backbone Issue Sync 2.1 is live, making server-to-cloud JIRA issue synchronization possible for the first time.
AtlasCamp is just a few short days away, and we've got some big news. Here's what brings us to Barcelona this year.
Bridge the information gap and collaborate on projects across departmental and B2B borders – Backbone Issue Sync for JIRA is available now in the Atlassian Marketplace.
Development of our upcoming JIRA synchronization add-on, Backbone, is in the home stretch. We think it's the perfect time to reveal a bit of the configuration UI and explain what it can do. Take a look below at four of the config UI's screens, and gain insight into some of Backbone's core JIRA syncing functionality.
Managing controlled documents such as software specifications, plans, or collaboratively-edited contracts isn’t easy at the best of times. And it’s harder yet if multiple stakeholders from different organizations are involved: project managers, engineers, QA, legal etc. Thankfully, there is a better way. . .
Despite the title, this blog post isn't actually about acronyms. It's a brief wrap-up of the Atlassian User Group (AUG) in Hamburg (HH), whe...
Welcome to the final part of our look at what's new in Scroll Versions 3.0: features to dramatically enhance your publishing capability.
Scroll Versions 3.0 is live in the Atlassian Marketplace, and it boasts a range of new features and functionality. Today, we'll examine some features that give you unprecedented control over your content management: version-based editing permissions, modular configuration. . .
Our most popular exporters just got a flexibility upgrade, allowing the exporting of Confluence content in two new ways: task list export in all Scroll Exporters, and table cell highlighting in Office.
A big thank-you goes out to all who joined us for the Scroll Versions 3.0 webinar. A complete video and all of the submitted questions and a...
Available now in the Atlassian Marketplace We're proud to announce Scroll Versions 3.0, a major release of the best version management tool ...
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.
We're just a few weeks away from Atlassian Summit 2015 http://summit.atlassian.com/, and this year K15t Software is bringing new product news, demos, and lots of friendly faces with us from Stuttgart to the Big Powwow by the Bay.
Today, I'd like to share with you a little secret about Scroll Translations. It’s the Confluence add-on which lets you manage Confluence content in multiple languages within a single space. This makes it simple to add page translations. But how about page templates and blueprints? Does the same apply to them? The answer is yes. It's not only possible to create multilingual page templates – it’s easy. In this blogpost, I'll show you how to modify the troubleshooting blueprint (or any other page template) and make it speak in foreign tongues.
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.
When we first released Scroll Viewport on the Atlassian Marketplace in 2013, we claimed it was the best way to publish from Confluence to the web. Since then, we’ve learned a great deal from numerous website projects – and as a result, we’ve reconsidered the whole concept and spent many hours working on developments. Now, we’re proud to present Scroll Viewport 2.0 – a Confluence add-on that's a framework for delivering Confluence content even simpler and faster to the web.
On December 16, James Turcotte, SVP, Business Unit Executive of CA Technologies, gave a presentation on how Computer Associates keeps product documentation updated and improves turn-over time. In this presentation, James coined the term DocOps, describing it as the sibling of DevOps. Support agents, developers and, of course, technical communicators cooperate to deliver value to the customer. They do this by continuously improving documentation and knowledge management, even after release. We are delighted that our very own Scroll Versions enabled them to manage their content in Confluence.
We’re delighted to introduce you to the latest member of the Scroll add-ons https://marketplace.atlassian.com/vendors/7016 family. Meet our all-new Scroll CHM Exporter for Confluence. Let’s get to know this helpful new add-on a little better.
The latest release of our content management add-on for Confluence enables you to publish content to remote Confluence systems. What’s more, it enhances workflow support when making content available to a new or existing Confluence space.