K15t Blog
Confluence Content Management Pro Tip: Managing and Removing Page Versions with Scroll Versions
Stefan Kleineikenscheidt

Stefan Kleineikenscheidt on August 28, 2013

Stefan Kleineikenscheidt

Stefan Kleineikenscheidt on August 28, 2013

Confluence Content Management Pro Tip: Managing and Removing Page Versions with Scroll Versions

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.

Expando Macro for Confluence: Collapse and Expand Headings

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.

Kelly McDaniel: Migrating Documentation from Framemaker to Confluence (Video)
Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on July 12, 2013

Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on July 12, 2013

Kelly McDaniel: Migrating Documentation from Framemaker to Confluence (Video)

Last week we had Information Developer and long term wiki-user Kelly McDaniel visiting us at our office in Stuttgart http://blog.k15t.com/2013/07/kelly-mcdaniel---pushing-back-the-frontier-of-wiki-based-documentation. Kelly was giving an inspiring talk about his story of migrating technical documentation from Adobe Framemaker to the Atlassian Confluence wiki. We have recorded Kelly's talk so everybody who was not able to join, can watch it online.

Kelly McDaniel - Pushing Back the Frontier of Wiki-Based Documentation
Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on July 1, 2013

Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on July 1, 2013

Kelly McDaniel - Pushing Back the Frontier of Wiki-Based Documentation

We are looking forward to welcome technical writer and wiki-user Kelly M. McDaniel this week in our Stuttgart office at K15t Software. Kelly is a Senior Information Developer and long term user of the Atlassian Confluence wiki and the  Scroll Add-ons https://marketplace.atlassian.com/vendors/7016 for Confluence.  On Thursday, July 4th at 5:30pm he will give a talk at K15t Software about migrating documentation to Confluence and pushing back the frontiers of wiki-based documentation.

Scroll Versions 2.0 - Variant Management in Confluence
Nils Bier

Nils Bier on April 30, 2013

Nils Bier

Nils Bier on April 30, 2013

Scroll Versions 2.0 - Variant Management in Confluence

Nine months after the release of Scroll Versions 1.0, we are proud to release a new major release - Scroll Versions 2.0. Managing multiple variants in a single space in Confluence 5 - Scroll Versions 2.0 makes it possible and brings you to the next step in managing your documentation collaboratively in Confluence. The new Scroll Versions 2.0 offers you the ability to handle multiple versions and multiple variants in the same space. Also, the Page Info Panel gives enhanced information and the overall usability got improved. Another great feature is the SEO enhancement, to improve the searchability of your documentation.

Confluence 5 - Ein Blick auf die neuen Features
Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on February 26, 2013

Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on February 26, 2013

Confluence 5 - Ein Blick auf die neuen Features

Confluence 5 kommt mit jeder Menge neuer Features und einem neuen Design. Dass es sich bei der Versionsnummer 5 nicht nur um einen Marketing-Griff handelt, stellt Atlassian ziemlich beeindruckend unter Beweis. Mit seinen Anpassungen und neuen Features fühlt es sich tatsächlich an, wie ein neues Produkt. Dazu gehören: neues Design globale Navigation neue Seitenleiste und Anpassungen im Editor um nur einige der größten Neuerungen zu nennen. Doch sehen Sie selbst: 

Continuous Delivery, One Byte at a Time (Part 2)
Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on February 12, 2013

Johannes Egenolf

Johannes Egenolf on February 12, 2013

Continuous Delivery, One Byte at a Time (Part 2)

In part 1 of this mini-series, I introduced the concept of using manually triggered Stages in Bamboo to set up a Plan that evolves as more and more of your build, test, and deploy processes become automated. When putting it into practice, there are some nuances to keep in mind, and "gotchas" to avoid. In part 2, I will cover these in some depth so you can look like the continuous delivery rock star you are!

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
K15t Software uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. More information
OK