Confluence Team Calendars has come a long way since its initial release in June 2011. Over 2,300 customers have benefitted from 19 new feature releases – drag-and-drop rescheduling of JIRA issues and a beautiful new timeline view to name a few. Today it gets even better with an entirely new user experience in Team Calendars 4. Let's take a look at what's new. Goodbye calendar types, hello event types In earlier versions of Team Calendars, you could create and subscribe to three types of calendars:

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Simplify

I believe that Simplify is the shortest blog post title we've done to date. I couldn't think of anything better to announce that we're going to simplify our product portfolio naming. In the coming months, we will be changing the names and logos of some of our add-on products with two goals in mind: Make it simple for customers to understand our product list at-a-glance. Make it easy for customers to distinguish stand-alone products from Atlassian add-ons. What exactly is changing? The

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Our world is full of distractions. Facebook notifications, Tweets, RSS feeds, you name it. The bevy of content on the internet all fight to control your customers attention. In order to keep readers engaged and coming back for more, keeping a consistent editorial cadence of relevant and high-quality content is critical. At Atlassian, we take pride in the regularity and quality of our external blogs, and while a single blog might seem like a simple process on the outside, it takes a lot of coordination

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For Ford it was the Model T, for Reebok it was Pumps, for Apple it was the iPod, and for Facebook it was the Like button. Now it's Team Calendars' turn to change the game. Team Calendars 3 gives you one vision of your team, events, and JIRA projects so you can plan for the future like never before. Introducing Timeline – A bird's-eye view of your team Calendars typically display events month by month or week by week. These views are sufficient for planning personal appointments and meetings,

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3 Ways Confluence Makes Project Management Easy

No job ages a person quite like the President of the United States, but project managers everywhere can attest that they're not getting any younger. Tasked with orchestrating team collaboration without the proper tools would make you want to pull your hair out too (if you're lucky enough to still have some). The chaos inherent to project management is prototypical of Project Management Stress (PMS), a classic symptom of Collaborative Dysfunction (CD). CD affects millions of teams worldwide,

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3 Ways To Reduce Email With Confluence

If you had to apply a Facebook relationship status to your email inbox, it would probably be 'It's Complicated'. While email has become the lifeblood of most organizations, when it comes to team collaboration, email also plays the villain. Over-reliance on email to communicate and collaborate with your team, also known as Disruptive Email Flatulence (DEF) is a classic symptom of Collaborative Dysfunction (CD). CD effects millions of teams worldwide, most of whom don't even know they have it. SYMPTOM: Disruptive

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