Archives for the tag: add-ons

Mind maps are a great way for visual learners and thinkers to brainstorm ideas, plan out projects, and tap into the creativity of the team. Plus, they're collaborative. You can work through ideas and problems together, going from initial ideas to formalized plan as a team. If you've felt frustrated at the start of a project, you gotta check out these 3 ways you can use mind maps in Confluence to go from concept to solid project plan.

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In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the three underlying principles of DevOps created by entrepreneur and IT operations extraordinaire, Gene Kim. These principles describe the values and philosophies that frame the processes and practices from which all DevOps patterns are derived. We’ll also give you some helpful tips and show you a few add-ons from the Atlassian Marketplace to get the most out of these DevOps principles.

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As marketing becomes a more technical discipline, it's imperative to find tools that streamline processes, help teams communicate, and enhance work transparency. With these 5 integrations and add-ons for JIRA, Confluence, and HipChat (not to mention hundreds more in the Atlassian Marketplace), marketers can get tremendous ROI from their marketing technology stack.

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If your company has made the switch to a mobile-first strategy, make sure you don’t leave your product documentation behind. Your customers are increasingly accessing product information on their phones, making a seamless mobile experience more important than ever. These four tips will help give your customers a great mobile experience. Plus, check out the Instant Websites for Confluence Cloud add-on which turns any Confluence space (such as your documentation) into a super-fast, static website that looks beautiful on mobile.

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If you've ever thought to yourself, "Wouldn't it be awesome if (insert Atlassian product) did..." there's a good chance that someone else had the same thought and built an add-on to do exactly what you want. Welcome to the Atlassian Marketplace: home to thousands of add-ons for your favorite Atlassian products.

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A personal calendar is great for keeping track of your schedule—meetings, appointments, dinner plans. What a personal calendar is NOT great for is keeping track of what everyone on your team is doing. With each person's different projects, leave requests, and travel plans, keeping everyone on the same page is nearly impossible. Trying to juggle all these events is what usually leads to an "Oh Shit!" moment—when you suddenly realize you're going to miss a deadline, or a feature has to be pulled

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