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If your company is like Atlassian, you have a Confluence space for every department where employees can go to get more information about the teams they work with. For example, you may have a HR space where employees can go to find information about benefits, paid leave, policies, etc. Or you may have a development space where software developers can go to learn about tooling and processes. These kinds of spaces often have a FAQ section that can get out of date quickly. With the latest release

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5 Steps to launching a thriving Q&A Community

This article is for people wanting to deploy an internal question and answer community for employee knowledge sharing. Enterprise Q&A communities are growing in popularity as companies are replacing forums, bulletin boards, and mailing lists with a more natural question and answer format popularized by sites like Quora and Stack Overflow. Imagine having a self-governing community of engaged employees answering each others' questions, solving problems, and sharing new ideas! Launching

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Introducing Confluence Enterprise

Along with today's of launch Confluence 4.3, our biggest Confluence release ever, we're proud to announce that we have expanded Atlassian's portfolio of Enterprise offerings with the introduction of Confluence Enterprise, a new offering tailored to the needs of our largest Confluence customers. Our commitment to the enterprise While the introduction of Enterprise offerings at Atlassian is new, enterprises have been using Confluence for a long time, and Confluence is found in most enterprises

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Do you ever find yourself pasting screenshots into your Confluence pages? At Atlassian, we're often creating screenshots for describing bugs we want fixed and features we want implemented. So let me share with you a nifty little tip to make the process smooth and easy. Here's what you'll need Confluence 3.1 or later - Confluence 3.1 introduced the awesome attachment Drag and Drop feature which lets you drag images and Office documents directly into the rich text editor. (Note that drag and drop

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We showed you a glimpse of it at Atlassian Summit. We teased you with it in our blogs. But now the wait is over. You can finally now get your hands on Confluence 3.3. What's new in 3.3? Confluence 3.3 largely builds on a vast editor improvements we added to Confluence 3.2, making your editing experience both faster and simpler. Macro Autocomplete In 3.2 we introduced autocomplete for links and attachments. In 3.3 we extended the awesomeness and speed of autocomplete to macros. Let Confluence autocomplete

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This month's guest post is by ThreeWill, the company that initially worked with Atlassian to help create the first version of the SharePoint Connector. Learn more about how ThreeWill helps clients install, configure, and customize the SharePoint Connector for Confluence at http://www.threewill.com/ confluence/ I'm Zach Brownfield, a summer intern at ThreeWill and an avid soccer (or football for the non-US crowd) fan and player. With the World Cup being played this month, I thought it would be interesting

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