Archives for the tag: Confluence

You love Confluence because it gives your team a shared space to collaborate, access the collective knowledge of a talented group, and encourage the type of open discussion that leads to breakthroughs and new ideas. Confluence presents you with the ability to discover exciting solutions and inspired answers. The one thing you don’t need is clutter. And the one thing you never want to be is ‘That Guy’ who is the cause of clutter.

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A few years ago, Andy started Halogenics with a goal of working closely with many of Australia's top medical research institutions to develop, implement, and support software that would facilitate better research. Halogenics implemented the full stack of Atlassian software – JIRA, Confluence, HipChat, Bamboo, Bitbucket - upon its inception in 2008. As a small company of three, they needed a solution that was powerful, yet cost effective.

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Building great software is hard. It's one of the most intensely collaborative processes in the working world. Development teams are constantly battling the effects of tools that don't seamlessly integrate, aren't flexible enough to work for them, or aren't powerful enough to do what they need. JIRA and Confluence are integrated, flexible, and powerful tools; and we want to show you how they meet the needs of your software lifecycle in a webinar that showcases real use-cases and best practices from Garmin and Atlassian.

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Share tribal knowledge securely with Confluence Questions 2

We built Confluence Questions to help you share tribal knowledge and get answers to your questions at work. It's helped us share broad, Atlassian-wide questions and get answers to specific questions, too. Today, we're excited to announce Confluence Questions 2, which will help you share information within your team by making sure questions are both relevant and secure.

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Confluence Data Center: collaboration at full speed

Last week, we released Confluence 5.7, which helps teams collaborate more easily with inline comments. While all Confluence users will enjoy the ability to comment on project plans, MS Office files, images, and more, Confluence 5.7 also includes special capabilities for system administrators using the Data Center deployment option for Confluence.

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Introducing a new feedback loop in Confluence 5.7

Working with feedback is one of the clumsiest and most difficult parts of getting work done. The feedback is never in one place, the conversations stream through various emails, and then all too often the feedback given is based on an outdated version. You have to fight off a headache just to update a few slides in your sales deck, or change a few numbers in your spreadsheet, or even clean up a couple typos in your product requirement.

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