What you might not have noticed however, is a nifty little update that will notify you of new activity in Confluence pages – new comments and edits – as it happens. Introducing In-page Notifications – available now in Confluence OnDemand.
Follow conversations, as they happen
Confluence 4.3 introduced WorkBox, a re-imagined notification and activity system available everywhere within Confluence, gives you one place to track important work without switching to your email or task management app. WorkBox was a huge improvement to Confluence Notifications, but we didn’t stop there. Our latest update to Confluence OnDemand introduces In-page Notifications – the fastest way to stay up-to-date with the conversations and work taking place in Confluence.
View page updates, as they happen
If you’re anything like me, you use Confluence to create, share, and discuss all the content you need to get work done with your team. There might be times when you open a Confluence page that’s being updated by a co-worker, and as a result there’s a chance you’re viewing an outdated version. Until now, you had no idea that an update had been made to the page since you opened it.
Below is a screenshot of a Confluence page that we used to gather all the statistics we planned on using in our recent You Waste A Lot Of Time At Work infographic. We used the new table row highlighting feature introduced in Confluence 4.3 to highlight the statistics we decided to use in the final design. Thanks to In-page Notifications we were able to follow updates to the page as co-workers sourced more compelling statistics to use.
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If you’re already using Confluence OnDemand you can take advantage of In-page Notifications today. New to Confluence? Start a free 30-day OnDemand trial and see how Confluence can connect your team with the content and co-workers they need to get work done, faster. Stop drowning in email, prevent pointless meetings, and make everyday a productive day with Confluence.