All posts by Matthias Rauer

Linchpin Suite: a preview of upcoming features for Confluence-based intranets

We’ve been hard at work consistently developing and updating Linchpin, our Confluence-based social intranet solution, ever since its original launch. Katja Weingärtner, solution owner for Linchpin joined Jimena Martini in an interview where she talked about what the Linchpin development teams have been working on lately.

Linchpin: Improved navigation in Atlassian Confluence intranets for users and administrators

Our teams develop the Linchpin Intranet Suite, a collection of Confluence apps that modernize your company’s intranet system. We’ve updated the navigation throughout the system and added a handy configuration dashboard to make it easier to set up Linchpin in your company.

Don’t call it an IT project! Introduction strategies for the new Linchpin social intranet at enercity AG

Every social intranet project is different. After all, every company has its own custom projects, products, employees, use cases, and requirements. Silke Remmert from enercity gave us an insight into an effective user engagement process at this year’s Atlassian Enterprise Club Day. Here’s a summary of her talk.

Social Intranet with Linchpin: News module for Onboarding and Assistant

The user experience in a Linchpin intranet only really comes into its own when employees fill out as much of their profile as possible.Here we look at two Linchpin features that promote – Linchpin Onboarding and Linchpin Assistant – and see how news subscriptions can contribute to this kind of engagement.

Requirements for modern incident management: automation, transparency, structured learning

No software and no technical infrastructure is perfect: It’s not a question of “whether” there will be disruptions or outages but “when” and “for how long.” However, processes to solve such problems are often unstructured and not transparent for all stakeholders. Now Atlassian Opsgenie can help to take much of the sting out of such an incident with automated escalation levels and data reports for post-incident analysis.

The Macro Manager for Confluence: Deactivate individual macros – quickly and easily

While the macro browser is an essential and useful element of Confluence, the multitude of macros available there can prove overwhelming for its users. The Macro Manager now allows administrators to deactivate macros that are no longer relevant for their users without affecting those macros that have already been installed. And the development team already has some ideas for where it could go next.