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Did you Get Your Wiki On yesterday? 6 more winners on Day 2

On Day 2 of Get Your Wiki On we upped the ante with a potpourri of gadgets up for grabs - an Xbox 360, Xbox Kinect, and a WiFi Kindle. Today we'll share the lucky winner of this awesome bundle of gadgets, reveal 5 new proud owners of Atlassian's limited edition Angry Nerds t-shirt, and let you know what's up for grabs today.

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Get Your Wiki On – Day 1 – Winners & More Prizes

Unless you've been hiding under a rock, you know that this week Atlassian is helping you Get Your Wiki On by giving away some killer gadgets in exchange for a Tweet or Facebook share of your favorite Confluence feature. In this post we announce the winner of Day 1, reveal 5 lucky winners of a secret prize, and tell you what's up for grabs today.

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Navigate Your Entire Wiki with SharePoint Connector 1.3

Available for download today, the latest version of the SharePoint Connector for Confluence adds new features and enhancements that strengthen the integration and user experience between the two applications.

  1. Browse entire Confluence spaces without leaving SharePoint
  2. Embed threaded discussions from Confluence in SharePoint
  3. Search SharePoint from any themed Confluence space
  4. Row-level security for SharePoint lists in Confluence pages

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This is the second in a series of posts from Atlassian's Technical Writing Team focusing on using a wiki for technical writing. Last week, Andrew Lui talked about why wikis are ideal for collaborative documentation development. In this post, I'll be talking about how you can use a wiki to publish documentation, from authoring content through to publishing.

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