Microblogging for Confluence is a simple, transparent and effective way of centrally organizing team communication in a collaborative project.
A personalized user experience in Confluence and Linchpin Custom User Profile is now called Linchpin User Profiles. This product is …
We regularly see companies where a number of people are actively using Confluence. But the heads of corporate communications worry …
Easy Agile Roadmaps for Jira addresses the needs of product managers, their teams and stakeholders by providing a clear shared product vision & direction, keeping everyone updated at all times, allowing distributed teams to collaborate more effectively and clearly visualizing the goals the teams and managers need to meet.
Confluence is hugely valuable and once you have started using it it’s hard to imagine going back to a time before Confluence. However, the more actively it is used, the more often teams will request specialized functions. We’ve listed our top ten apps that help teams and organizations work together more efficiently and effectively.
When 15 teams in a large organization develop a product together, the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) is right around the corner. The Program Increment Planning, or more commonly PI Planning, is carried out four to five times a year. Scaled Agile underlines the importance of PI Planning in SAFe®.
The Space Privacy app, when used with Confluence, provides the best conditions for working together with external users such as customers and partners on a platform – it turns Confluence into a usable and secure extranet.
Pure intranets are increasingly becoming a thing of the past. Even the number of dedicated extranets will decrease. Now, flexible methods to support collaboration across company boundaries are in demand.
In large Confluence instances with many active users, where there is a lot going on and the intranet hums with activity, it is not so easy to keep track of the various discussions. You can now easily subscribe to individual microposts and discussions with Microblogging for Confluence.
Not all employees from different departments, or external users in a Confluence-based extranet should land on the main dashboard. Wouldn’t a user want to see the most important information needed for their daily work by default when they log into Confluence?