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Introducing Confluence 5.3: Turn your knowledge into solutions

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Every IT team records knowledge to help people find solutions to everyday issues  - step-by-step guides for setting up your laptop, troubleshooting problems like connecting to the company network, or best practices for using the video conferencing equipment. This knowledge is useful, but too often it's unorganized, poorly formatted, or inaccessible. Not anymore with the knowledge base space bundled in Confluence 5.3. Knowledge bases made easy The Confluence knowledge base space is a structured

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Build on shared knowledge with the Shared Links Blueprint

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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. How many times have you emailed a link to an article or a video with your team at work? We do it all of the time at Atlassian. We often end up discussing these links in an email thread, but the discussion and resulting takeaways can be difficult to keep track of or build upon, which is why I'm thrilled to announce the Shared

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New in Confluence: Request access to view restricted pages

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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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Follow the plot from anywhere with three new improvements in Confluence mobile

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Using Confluence on your phone is a great way to stay productive even when you're out of the office. With access to all your content, notifications, and tasks, Confluence mobile gives you all the power of Confluence in the palm of your hand.  Today we're happy to share three new improvements that will make it even easier to contribute and stay on top of your important work, no matter where you are. 1. Watch content, instantly Browsing content on your way home or to the office is an easy way to

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Bring Twitter into Confluence: Just copy, and paste

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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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Introducing Team Calendars 4: One calendar, many event types

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Confluence Team Calendars has come a long way since its initial release in June 2011. Over 2,300 customers have benefitted from 19 new feature releases – drag-and-drop rescheduling of JIRA issues and a beautiful new timeline view to name a few. Today it gets even better with an entirely new user experience in Team Calendars 4. Let's take a look at what's new. Goodbye calendar types, hello event types In earlier versions of Team Calendars, you could create and subscribe to three types of calendars:

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