On June 2nd, 2009, Atlassian launched Confluence 3.0. Perhaps the biggest release in Confluence’s history, 3.0 brought to the table a number of exciting new features.

The introduction of the Macro Browser has empowered all users, both business and technical, to create incredibly rich content by making the hundreds of macros that are available more accessible.

Confluence 3.0 also brought a series of new features to help people discover new colleagues and experts through the content they contribute to the wiki, and establish valuable connections and networks to coworkers.

If you would like to understand how these new features work and get a comprehensive demonstration of Confluence’s main features check out our in-depth demo of Confluence 3.0 by clicking on the image below.

You may even like to share this video with your colleagues to help them get up to speed with Confluence. Download an off-line version or embed it in your own Confluence pages using the Widget Connector by entering the following on your page:

{widget:url=http://app.episodic.com/shows/13/episodes/mret2wb0oxm9}

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