Is it possible to have the built-in PDF export option and the Scroll PDF Exporter link available simultaneously in Confluence's Tools menu? Yes, it's actually quite easy to provide both PDF export methods. Learn how in this pro tip.
We had a wonderful time at the Atlassian Summit 2014 in San Jose. It was the largest Atlassian event ever held – and it exceeded all our expectations. The summit united Atlassian customers, experts and add-on developers for Confluence, JIRA and other Atlassian products from all over the world. In this blog post, we explain why we’re giving the Atlassian Summit 2014 a five-star rating.
Here's K15t Software http://www.k15t.com/'s weekly social web round-up for technical writers, information architects, and content strategists. This week's top story from the Atlassian Summit 2014: "K15t Software Helps Atlassian Technical Writers Keep Pace with Agile Development Teams"
We're proud to announce that Atlassian uses Scroll Versions for managing their product documentation. Learn how K15t Software and our Confluence add-on Scroll Versions helps Atlassian technical writers keep pace with agile development teams.
Is there a quick, easy, and reliable way to migrate a Scroll PDF Exporter template between systems? In this blog post, I'll introduce a very useful feature for migrating PDF templates between Confluence instances – from a Confluence development system to the production server, for example. I will also share a pro tip that will help you significantly accelerate your template customization.
K15t Software will be attending this year’s Atlassian Summit in San Jose. Join us in the Golden State for updates on our Scroll add-ons, and the latest developments from across the Atlassian ecosystem.
Here's K15t Software http://www.k15t.com/'s weekly social web round-up for technical writers, information architects, and content strategists. This week's top story from the Valiantys blog: "Scroll Office: Author in Confluence, add styles in Word"
My day-to-day work here at K15t Software involves regular contact with users of our Scroll Content Management add-ons. I provide troubleshooting tips and workarounds tailored to their use cases. However, sometimes the tables are turned – and it’s the customers who give me great ideas. A while back, in fact, a Scroll Versions user came up with an innovative way to use variant management functionality for workflows. Let's take a closer look at how this can be achieved.
Here's K15t Software http://www.k15t.com/'s weekly social web round-up for technical writers, information architects, content strategists, and software developers. This week's top story from Tobias Anstett: "Build Amazing Add-ons for Atlassian JIRA and Confluence"
When we launched K15t Software back in 2009, our vision was to become a kick-ass software company developing great add-ons for content management – and from what we hear from our customers and partners, we've succeeded. As Atlassian Experts, we also help enterprises to get the most out of Confluence, JIRA, and all of Atlassian's other products. So today I'm delighted to announce that K15t Software is now an officially recognized Atlassian Platinum Expert.
Did you know that K15t's Scroll Exporters for Confluence are not only convenient for human users, but also for machines and for continuous integration? This blogpost explains how to automatically obtain the latest PDF export files, Word documents, or any other supported export format using the Scroll Exporters' REST interface.
Here's K15t Software http://www.k15t.com/'s weekly social web round-up for technical writers, information architects, and content strategists. This week's top story from Stefan Kleineikenscheidt: "Publishing kick-ass webpages using Confluence and Scroll Viewport at CatWorkX Midsummer Day 2014"
Today we are proud to announce another Scroll content management add-on that helps you improve the quality and consistency of your Confluence content: Scroll Acrolinx Connector.
If you’d like to see our Scroll Content Management add-ons in action, join us at the catWorkX Midsummer Day 2014 http://www.catworkx.de/aktuelles/events/catworkx-midsummer-day-2014-eng in Hamburg on Friday, June 27. At this event, K15t founder Stefan Kleineikenscheidt will give a live tool presentation to showcase our Scroll Content Management add-ons. And he’ll be back later in the day to explain how you can use Confluence and Scroll Viewport to publish kick-ass webpages. The event is a fantastic opportunity for you to learn more about our Scroll Content Management add-ons and meet us face-to-face.
Here's K15t Software http://www.k15t.com/'s weekly social web round-up for technical writers, information architects, and content strategists. This week's top story from Mark Baker (Every Page is Page One): "Content as Furniture"
The new (German) Content Management System study of tekom http://www.technical-communication.org compares wiki-based documentation using Confluence combined with Scroll content management add-ons https://marketplace.atlassian.com/vendors/7016 with 17 traditional content management systems for technical documentation.
Here's the K15t Software http://www.k15t.com's weekly social web round-up for technical writers, information architects, and content strategists. This week's top story: "What makes the best infographics so convincing".
Have you ever wondered whether you can display additional content (such as Atlassian's Confluence support docs) in the navigation sidebar and on each page? Well, I was wondering about this myself. And when I came upon the solution, I was quite surprised about where it was: in K15t Software’s support docs for the Scroll Versions http://www.k15t.com/display/VSN/Documentation theme. A prime example of RTFM (read the fantastic manuals)!
We are delighted to announce the release of Scroll Versions 2.3 https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.k15t.scroll.scroll-versions and Scroll Translations 1.2 https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.k15t.scroll.scroll-translations. This release enables you to delete pages and their children in just a few clicks. We are also introducing a new Content by Label macro https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Content+by+Label+Macro that's fully compatible with translated and versioned content. And we've made a raft of UI improvements to enhance usability. Let's check out what's included in the new release.
We at K15t Software use Confluence for everything: to share news and knowledge in-house, for external communications and our website, to collaborate with customers, to manage our documentation, to create quotations for our services, and even for employee contracts. All these different kinds of documents need to have their own individual appearance when exported to PDF and printed. With Scroll Exporters versions 2.x, entering the correct export settings used to take a great many clicks. And so we sat down and thought about how we could make this easier for users. The result: the Scroll Export Schemes. With these, you can export Confluence content just the way you want it: defined once and exported in about two clicks. See the screencast at the bottom to see how it works in detail, and how you benefit.