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Confluence for Content Management 101 - Useful Resources, Videos, and Further Reading
Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on August 14, 2014

Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on August 14, 2014

Confluence for Content Management 101 - Useful Resources, Videos, and Further Reading

How can I set up a Confluence space for modular technical documentation? Can I manage multiple versions of documentation in Confluence? Is there a way to add approval workflows, or to use the platform as a high-performance content management solution for my website? If you’re considering using it for your technical communication, you might be asking these very questions. If so, this blog post is the perfect place to start. These useful content management resources will help you get the most out of the software straight away.

What the FAQ?! - Collecting Frequently Asked Questions With Confluence (Including Four Pro Tips)
Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on August 6, 2014

Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on August 6, 2014

What the FAQ?! - Collecting Frequently Asked Questions With Confluence (Including Four Pro Tips)

Are you receiving the same questions over and over again? If so, it’s time to give your users and customers what they need – a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.   In this blog post, you’ll find some tips and examples that will help you create and manage your very own FAQ collection in Confluence.

Scroll Versions Pro Tip: Using the Variant Management Functionality for Workflows
Nils Bier

Nils Bier on July 30, 2014

Nils Bier

Nils Bier on July 30, 2014

Scroll Versions Pro Tip: Using the Variant Management Functionality for Workflows

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.

Apples and Oranges: Seven Reasons Why Confluence and DITA Are Hard to Compare
Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on July 23, 2014

Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on July 23, 2014

Apples and Oranges: Seven Reasons Why Confluence and DITA Are Hard to Compare

When it comes to finding an authoring and single-source publishing environment, often Wiki-based documentation (e.g. with Atlassian Confluence) and structured XML authoring (usually with DITA) are compared.   This blogpost outlines the different use cases of wiki-based documentation versus XML-enabled structured authoring. But there's also one thing both approaches have in common.

K15t Software is Now a Recognized Atlassian Platinum Expert
Tobias Anstett

Tobias Anstett on July 16, 2014

Tobias Anstett

Tobias Anstett on July 16, 2014

K15t Software is Now a Recognized Atlassian Platinum Expert

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.

Automating Scroll Exports With The REST Interface
Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on July 15, 2014

Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on July 15, 2014

Automating Scroll Exports With The REST Interface

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.

Weekly Round-up: Confluence for Websites, Content Length, Search Behavior, and More
Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on July 4, 2014

Martin Häberle

Martin Häberle on July 4, 2014

Weekly Round-up: Confluence for Websites, Content Length, Search Behavior, and More

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"

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