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Ignite Collaboration with Quick Comments and Likes in Confluence 4.2

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Encouraging collaboration that leads to the inception of brilliant ideas and even better results requires two processes. It starts with content creation – someone creates a wiki page or blog post to form ideas, specifications, project plans, or anything else. That content then needs to be discovered by other people or team members. Others can be pulled into Confluence via Share notifications and @mentions. This is when the real magic happens. Engage Everyone. Realize Results. The fundamental

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Team Calendars 2.1 Released – Faster, Cleaner, More Discoverable

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The Team Calendars development team is addicted to speed. Uh...well...no...well, not that kind of speed....what I mean is, the Team Calendars development team is addicted to putting new features into the hands of its customers, fast. There we go, let's cut to the chase. We're excited to announce that our next major release - Team Calendars 2.1 - is available to try now. Discovering Team Calendars With ten releases and counting, Team Calendars is jam-packed with awesome features. Tracking

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Create Structured Content with Ease in Confluence 4.2

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Confluence 4.2 hit the streets last week and is generating a lot of buzz. It's taken content collaboration to new heights. It's never been easier to create compelling content, encourage others to contribute, and discover the content you need to get your job done. Content collaboration is a viral cycle of creation, engagement, and discovery. It's a cycle that helps teams get work done, faster, and we're always striving to optimize each step. In Confluence 4.2 we've enabled users of all levels

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What are people saying about Confluence 4.2?

It's been barely 24 hours since we released Confluence 4.2, our first release for the 2012 calendar year. Packed full of new features and improvements, it takes content creation and discovery to new heights, helping users make sense of information overload. We've been stoked with the response Confluence 4.2 has received so far. What's the word on the street? As usual @confluence, great enhancements with version 4.2! youtube.com/watch?feature=… #wiki #collaboration #in — Karl Burkum (@KarlBurkum)

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Accelerate Wiki Adoption with Quick and Easy User Invites in Confluence 4.2

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Hopefully by now you've gotten the message that Confluence 4.2 is absolutely chock-a-block full of great features. Matt introduced the improvements to notifications and comments and Ryan, not to be outdone, showed you what we've done to take attachment and document management to the next level. With all these improvements and new features still to come, you're probably wondering "how can I get more people on-board the Confluence express?" Spread Confluence Like Wildfire Is your wiki lacking activity?

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Confluence 4.2 Takes Attachment and Document Management to the Next Level

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Earlier this week Matt shared some of the small improvements to share notifications and blog comments coming soon in Confluence 4.2. This release is tearing at the seams with new features and enhancements that we're back to tell you about a few more improvements that we're just too excited about to keep to ourselves. Add Labels to Attachments Ever heard the phrase, "With great power, comes great responsibility"? Made popular by Uncle Ben from the blockbuster hit 'Spider-Man', this phrase

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