Archives for the tag: wikis

A huge congratulations goes out to Walton Smith and team at Booz Allen Hamilton for their winning the Open Enterprise Innovation Award at the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston this week. Booz Allen's Hamilton is a 90-year-old consulting firm with over 20K employees. Walton helped create Hello.bah.com, a platform combining 'best of breed enterprise 2.0 tools' including Confluence. It's a great example of a large, mature firm can innovate with new ways to communicate, collaborate and share knowledge. Stephen

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Confluence Macros – Do the Evolution!

Last week my colleague Matt wrote a piece explaining the history of macros, and how they have evolved over time. He showed how they were powerful ways to add content to your wiki but historically out-of-reach to the average user. Today, we want to shed some light on exactly how much has changed since day one and how easy Confluence 3.0 makes it for mere mortals to use macros. As the video below shows, no longer do users need to concern themselves with typing inside of curly brackets and figuring

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I was pleasantly surprised to find Stewart Mader visiting Atlassian's offices today and chatting with our Confluence Marketing Dude, Bill Arconati. As some of you may remember, Stewart was our very own wiki evangelist before going out on his own and starting his full time consulting practice, Future Changes. He's doing really well and blogs regularly over at futurechanges.org I sat down to catch up with Stewart and chat about what he sees going on and the future of wikis. Here's what he had to say: How's

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Today marks a major milestone in the evolution of enterprise collaboration. Today we celebrate the birth of Confluence 3.0, a new generation of the world's most popular enterprise wiki. Powerful Macros at Your Fingertips Confluence 3.0 introduces the Macro Browser, a new way for users of all experience levels to build content-rich pages in seconds. The macro browser exposes the macros in your Confluence site - charts, task lists, photo galleries, RSS feeds and more - through a point-and-click graphical

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