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Save Time When Creating Step-By-Step Instructions in Confluence
Laura Anderson

Laura Anderson on August 17, 2017

Laura Anderson

Laura Anderson on August 17, 2017

Save Time When Creating Step-By-Step Instructions in Confluence

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.

Teach Your Old Docs New Tricks: Align TechComm and Content Marketing
Davin Pukulis

Davin Pukulis on June 28, 2017

Davin Pukulis

Davin Pukulis on June 28, 2017

Teach Your Old Docs New Tricks: Align TechComm and Content Marketing

In this post, I'll share five techniques our teams here at K15t have adopted to align the efforts of tech writers and marketers in support of one another. Together they constitute a light and fast approach to making changes that aren't big, difficult, or complicated. They're about teaching your old docs new tricks.

The Millennial Future of TechComm
Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on May 11, 2017

Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on May 11, 2017

The Millennial Future of TechComm

No one knows what the future of technical writing looks like. You can however get a pretty good idea if you have a look at the characteristics and philosophies of the people who are newly entering the profession. As a teacher of technical writers, I get to see generation Y in action all the time and perhaps my observations about their ideas and reactions to different editorial systems are an indicator of what is to come.

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