Archives for the tag: wiki

Over the past month we have explored the world of technical documentation in Confluence and gotten a taste of Sarah Maddox's new book: Confluence, tech comm, chocolate: A wiki as platform extraordinaire for technical communication. We hope that you have picked up some helpful tips and tricks or even changed the way you think about or produce technical documentation in your organization. That's a Wrap, Folks! To celebrate the end of this series we want to invite everyone to join us for a free webinar

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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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Improved Share Notifications and Blog Comments – Coming Soon in Confluence 4.2

It's time to get amped people. Confluence 4.2 is just around the corner and it's so jam-packed with new features and improvements that we need to start sharing them with you, now! Share notifications get a boost The Share button is perfect for connecting people with content you'd like to get feedback on, or work they should know about. Need to distribute the plan for an upcoming project that's outlined on a wiki page? What about request feedback for a new idea that you've published in a blog

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Share Confluence Pages and Attachments Securely with SSLPost

This is a guest blog post by Gareth Wilson from Adaptavist, an Atlassian Platinum Expert. Adaptavist provide services and best practice that help ensure customers’ success with JIRA, Confluence, and Dev Tools. Introducing SSLPost for Confluence The new SSLPost Document Encryption add-on for Confluence enables you to securely send Confluence pages and attachments to colleagues, customers and suppliers. This content can be anything that you consider sensitive - from personal information

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This is a guest post by Maxim Kuzmich, the co-founder of StiltSoft, a small team of "hackers" and fans of products by Atlassian. StiltSoft develops the Talk and InPlace Editor add-ons for Confluence.   Raise team collaboration to a higher level Good documents are never written alone. Think about how you normally create an engaging document – usually you have one or more technical writers working to create content, while several readers provide feedback on the usefulness and clarity of

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A Day in the Life of a Technical Writer

This is the first post in a series centered around Sarah Maddox's new book: Confluence, tech comm, chocolate: A wiki as platform extraordinaire for technical communication, published by XML Press. The book is choc-a-bloc full of tips from a technical communicator who has spent the last four years on Confluence. Learn how to harness the wiki's social and collaborative features, turning technical documentation into true communication. Discover how technical communicators can drive the ongoing development

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