Archives for the tag: Confluence

This post is part of our collection on product management. Learn best practices and get advice from Atlassian’s product managers here. As product managers, we take every opportunity we get to learn more about our customers because understanding their needs is critical to building and releasing useful products. This means conducting customer interviews, running surveys, and examining in-product analytics. The data we glean from product analytics tell us how users actually use the product –

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A product manager’s guide to release planning

Growing up, my ski coach always used to say "If you don't plan for it, it won't happen." He wanted us to set goals and lay out a path to reach them. The same sentiment can be applied to building software, except building software is much more of a team sport than skiing. You need to make sure everyone on your team – plus other stakeholders like marketing and support – understands what you're trying to build, why you're building it, how long you expect it to take, and how the project is tracking

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Confluence has a simple mission: to be the one place where you organize, create, and discuss work with your team. You can centralize (and organize) all your work in a single place accessible by your entire team or company. In this blog post, I'll focus on three major improvements to existing macros available in our latest release, Confluence 5.8, that will help you organize your work and knowledge in Confluence.

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Tables are a useful tool when creating beautiful and organized Confluence pages. In our latest release, Confluence 5.8, we made some major improvements to table functions that will help you create and manage even your most massive tables. Here's a look at three new features that will make a huge difference when you work with your next table.

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