Linchpin Launchpad (formerly known as App Center) is an app that can be used in Confluence or a Confluence-based intranet to integrate direct links to any web-based application. These integrated links are then made centrally available as small icons, similar to apps on a smartphone. You can personalize them at any time to suit your specific needs. In this way, Linchpin Launchpad serves as an integration hub and control center for external tools in Confluence.
The Linchpin intranet suite, based on Atlassian Confluence, represents a modern and extensively personalized user experience. Our Linchpin development team will soon be releasing two exciting new features that will help you and your team to get new employees on board with the intranet quickly and efficiently so that they can make the most of its features.
Among other things, the social intranet suite Linchpin enhances Confluence by offering users the opportunity to receive personalized company news in a visually appealing format. Linchpin News Digest is a new extension for Confluence and Linchpin that has just been launched by the //SEIBERT/MEDIA development team. The solution has not only been created to broadcast news in Linchpin Intranet but also deliver it to users via email on a regular basis. Here we look at the various use cases.
On the 21 and 22 November in Wiesbaden, we are running the eighth Tools4AgileTeams conference. Our team has been busy with the organization: We have a new location, tickets are available and Jurgen Appelo is our first keynote speaker! Now it is time to work on the sessions themselves: We’ve opened the Call for Sessions for anyone who is interested in presenting.
As a component of the Confluence-based social intranet suite Linchpin, Linchpin User Profiles adds numerous, useful functions and options to the native Confluence user profiles and is the foundation for the personalization capabilities of Linchpin intranets. Here, we’ll take a look at the most important new features of the latest version of Linchpin User Profiles.
When a company grows, new needs arise especially when it comes to the internal administration and organization of technical assets. Asset Tracker for Jira by our friends at Spartez makes ITSM easy, without needing to pay for any big and expensive ERP system.
Martin Seibert often found himself thinking the books he was listening to as audiobooks could also be helpful for his colleagues or clients. So now he has started a series of blog posts where he provides short reviews of interesting (or not so interesting) books. They receive a stamp of recommendation or are relegated to the trashcan. Here’s part one.
Our friends over at Blended Perspectives have recently done a detailed analysis on the data available for Atlassian Marketplace apps, and have unearthed something that we personally find fantastic and want to share with you – draw.io is leading the Marketplace!
programmieren.de is a project by //SEIBERT/MEDIA to introduce children and teens to the basics of programming. The initiative also supports digital projects in schools such as the We, RoBITs project, who will be sending their Team SOLO to the World Robot Olympiad to compete in the long-standing robot football category.
One of the highlights each year at Atlassian Summit is the keynote which kicks off the second day of the conference. During the keynote, leading Atlassian employees present innovations, new features and future development directions. Here’s our summary of the most important news.