Archives for the tag: wiki

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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Link JIRA Issues to Confluence Pages, Automatically

With all the excitement and buzz surrounding the JIRA 5.0 release last week, you might have missed a killer new feature that brings Confluence and JIRA closer together than ever before – Remote Issue Links. Finally, complete traceability between JIRA and Confluence Issue links give you complete traceability between the wiki pages you create in Confluence and the related issues you track in JIRA. There are two easy ways to create issue links between Confluence and JIRA instances that

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The Wait is Over – Your Favorite Add-ons Are Even Better in Confluence 4

Confluence 4 was designed to enable constant innovation and improvement. Our amazing partners have been working hard updating their add-ons to take advantage of the power of the new Confluence editor. You'll find they provide a more natural, richer, and intuitive experience in Confluence 4. There's something for everyone Formatting and Reporting Diagramming and Wireframes Content Management Branding and Themes There's never been a better time to upgrade to Confluence 4. Formatting

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At Atlassian, we're creating new innovative ways to make our bug and issue tracker and content collaboration wiki as classic of a combo as spaghetti and meatballs. With the latest release of Confluence, a new feature helps bolster that notion. Autoconvert takes the links you paste into the editor – Confluence pages, JIRA issues, YouTube videos, Skitch images, Flickr photo streams, Vimeo videos, and Google maps – and transforms them into the rich content you linked to. It's the fastest way

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The Fastest Way to Create Rich Content Online

Raise your hand if you like magic? I don't mean pulling rabbits out of hats or illusions that make coins disappear from behind ears. I'm talking about the the real stuff. How cool would it be to have the power of your imagination's greatest sorcerer? The latest release of Confluence 4.1 brings that dream just a little bit closer with Autoconvert, transforming the links you paste into the editor, such as, Confluence pages, JIRA issues, YouTube videos, Skitch images, Flickr photo streams,

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Mission Control: Advanced Attachment Management in Confluence with Arsenale Lockpoint

This is a guest post by David Goldstein of Arsenale—a San Francisco-based consultancy of Atlassian Experts focused exclusively on Atlassian products, services and best practices. Arsenale is the developer of the Arsenale Lockpoint and Arsenale Invisible Ink plugins for Confluence.   The Cow, The Pig, The Rooster and the Tipping Point Confluence excels as a rapid and lightweight content creation and sharing platform. However, even within Confluence-savvy companies, much of the document

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