Archives for the tag: Confluence

Software development is intensely collaborative, requiring the effort of numerous people on many different teams. With so many stakeholders, it's difficult to maintain speed, transparency, and quality when shipping code. Most development teams accept these things as facts of life when building software, but this doesn't have to be the case any longer. Building better software starts here Today's release of Confluence 5.4 brings JIRA into Confluence – and Confluence into JIRA – like never before,

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Confluence is a great tool for bringing teams together to work on a single project or document. With comments and likes, you can discuss, collect feedback, and come to consensus – all without meetings or email. But sometimes providing feedback can be cumbersome. It takes a few steps, and extra mouse clicks to take text from the page and add it to a comment at the bottom. Not anymore. No more copying and pasting: highlight, click, quote Adding feedback in Confluence is as easy as posting selfies.

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Publish JIRA reports in Confluence, fast

One out of every two Confluence customers also uses JIRA. 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 everything else. You've told us you need an easy way communicate the work that your development team is completing in JIRA to the teams and stakeholders that live in Confluence. We're excited to announce that with the new JIRA reports

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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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