How to build a release planning page in Confluence

Every product release requires a lot of hard work and a ton of coordination between individuals and teams. In some places, a release coordinator takes this on as a full time job, while in others, a developer, product manager, or project manager might be in charge of release planning. At Atlassian, we use Confluence to collect and organize all the work and information for each release, and to communicate what it's all about to the rest of the business. I've written before about how we approach

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As software makers, we rely heavily on sprint retrospectives and demos to learn more about what's going on with our team and our products. Read on to see how to build pages that record what you've learned and let you share it outside your team.

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We've written quite a bit about the conundrum of writing requirements in an agile environment. The most important takeaway is: the best way to kick-off your software projects is to build a shared understanding amongst your team. At Atlassian we find the best way to do this is to create a collaborative product requirement to hash out details for large complex epics. When your requirement doc is created and the details are all in one place, it makes it a lot easier for Development and Design to provide

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Codegeist 2015 is Atlassian's 8th add-on developer competition. Add-ons allow you to extend JIRA and other Atlassian products with even more functionality. Whether you're an experienced add-on developer or trying something new, now is the time to build your add-on and share it with the community.

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