Archives for the tag: Confluence

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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Navigating Confluence just got easier

One of my favorite aspects of Confluence is how information is neatly organized into spaces and pages. We've recently made some changes that make page hierarchy more visible and will save you from wasting time searching for the spaces and pages you need to get work done. Easy access New Spaces drop-down Most of the time, I don't need to see the whole Space Directory. I just want to select from a few, often used spaces. We added a spaces drop down menu with your five most recently viewed spaces

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Finding information we need to get work done is just plain hard. Today we're excited to announce a whole new search experience in Confluence 5.2 to ease the pain, AND Ink's new File Picker add-on that connects Confluence to Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Box and more. Centralize all your information in Confluence and stop looking and start finding today. The quest to find information All too often mission-critical information is scattered across hard-drives, the cloud, emails, or locked away

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Introducing Page Layouts 2.0: One page, unlimited layouts

The Confluence editor has come along way since it's humble beginnings in 2004. With features like drag-and-drop file sharing, autocomplete linking, and autoconvert for rich content, I'm constantly blown away by what I can do when creating and editing content in my web browser. Today it gets better. Add, apply, move. You're in control. Page Layouts make it easy to create engaging, readable content to share with your team in Confluence. Columns, headers, footers, and sidebars – the choice is

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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. Creating one source of truth for project collaboration and issue tracking is effortless with an improved way to display JIRA issues in Confluence. While it's always been easy to bring your issues into Confluence, you now have more control over which issues show up and how they appear. Bring JIRA into Confluence. It's easy. Remember,

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Summit 2013: Speakers Announced!

Speakers for Atlassian's 5th Annual Summit have been announced! This year's talks offer up best practices, inspiring customer stories and paneldiscussions that will help attendees boost their teams' performance. Atlassian Summit is the definitive conference for users of JIRA, Confluence, Stash, Bitbucket, Bamboo, and other Atlassian software. The show starts with a full day of training sessions on Tuesday, Oct. 1., with eight courses ranging from JIRA and Confluence essentials to advanced Bamboo

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