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When I joined Atlassian, I had heard of JIRA and Confluence, but had never used them. During my first day at the office, I was joined by other new hires and taken through our onboarding. We covered important items like which systems were tied to various passwords, the passcode for the alarm, and, most important, how to order lunch. All of these tidbits of information were helpful, but taking it all in was like drinking from a fire hydrant. That's when they introduced us all to the "extranet," or

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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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How To: 3 Ways to Share Images in Confluence

The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series aimed to help you master Atlassian's tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks.   At Atlassian we use Confluence for everything. We store and distribute reports, meeting agendas, specifications, project plans, company announcements, and all the other content our teams create. For us, team collaboration is Confluence. Confluence's secret sauce, so-to-speak, is its editor, which

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The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series aimed to help you master Atlassian's tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks.   Getting work done is not a solo sport. You're often dependent on the contributions of your closest teammates. Unfortunately, effective team collaboration is not a given. It's actually really hard to work together as a team. If you thought sharing work with teammates using email was an efficient solution,

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Five Things to Try in Confluence Mobile

The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series aimed to help you master Atlassian's tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks.   Confluence Mobile is a mobile optimized web view of your Confluence instance, built specifically to allow anyone to access and contribute to all of the most important work happening in Confluence from their iOS and Android devices. You don't need to install anything, just visit Confluence from your mobile

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