Archives for the tag: confluence-tips

5 ways to work with JIRA issues in Confluence

Half of the teams that use JIRA also use Confluence. Development teams live in JIRA where they track their work; The rest of the business lives in Confluence where everyone collaborates around requirements, documentation, marketing plans, sales reports, and anything else. We've worked hard over the last year to bring JIRA into Confluence like never before so no team or project is ever siloed to just JIRA or just Confluence. Here are five ways to bring your JIRA issues into Confluence. 1. Create

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Update: Insiders webinar recording You asked for it, so we're posting it. Here is the recording from the webinar that took place November 20, 2013. Enjoy the presentation and please share with your team to help spread the word on how any team can use Confluence to collaborate. You can also see the slides that we used in the presentation here: Everyone at Atlassian uses Confluence to centralize the information they need to get work done, and collaborate with their team. From the development

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The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series to help master Atlassian tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks. Hopefully by now you've gotten your hands on the shiny new JIRA Service Desk and your IT team is flying through internal service requests like never before. Well there's more good news. What if I told you that you could make your IT team's lives even better? You can. Connect your JIRA Service Desk to the knowledge base

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New in Confluence: Request access to view restricted pages

Tell me this has never happened to you before: A co-worker shares a page with you or @mentions you in one. You click the link eager to see what's so important. You get an error message because the page has view restrictions. Frustrated, you email said person asking for access. Said person edits the page's restrictions and gives you access. You finally get access, but only after your second email to said person who forgot to tell you you already had access Sound familiar? This

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The Tip of the Month, brought to you by Atlassian University, is a monthly series to help master Atlassian tools. Products are more fun to use when you know all the tricks. Here at Atlassian we love interacting with our customers and users on Twitter. There's never a day that goes by without us tweeting about new features, blog posts, infographics, or even providing a little customer support. That's why we were thrilled when a recent change in the Twitter API along with some improvements in

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Sharing is great - but we all know how awkward it is when we forget to include someone. We've all done it, whether it's forgetting to invite your boss to grab drinks or forgetting to invite your cousin to your wedding.  It turns out, the same problem happens with sharing in Confluence, too.  Until now. You asked, our VP delivered It all started with an improvement request on our public issue tracker. 184 votes, 93 Redbulls, and 216 Doritos later, the "Share with Groups" feature was born.  The

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