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Linchpin Suite 2.0: news magazines, new design, improved performance and app branding

The last ten weeks have flown by! During this period, our development teams have once again delivered new features for the Linchpin Intranet Suite. Linchpin Intranet Suite is now available in the brand new version 2.0. This new version of the suite brings you various new features, improvements and better options for additional use cases.

There is a brand new microblog editor, making the news even more personalized and visually appealing than before. Also, Linchpin Mobile now gives you several branding possibilities. And don’t forget: Linchpin Suite is now fully compatible with Confluence 7!

In this article we’ll give you an overview of what’s new.

Blueprint Creator for Confluence – blueprints for spaces now available

As the superordinate organizational unit in Confluence, spaces are a useful and versatile way for organizations to structure their content. Thanks to form-based tools and dialogs, it is easy to create new spaces, even for new users. However, this can lead to a lack of standardization when it comes to structure and content. Blueprint Creator now allows organizations to create templates for new spaces without the need for programming. Here we look at some of the features and benefits of this new app.

Templates and blueprints in Confluence

You can use templates and blueprints to create pages, saving time and making sure that you establish a uniform structure to your pages. What are Templates and Blueprints? Basically, templates are pages but with predefined content. This means that your area administrator can create templates using the standard Confluence editor, and then they can make those templates available to your team. Blueprints are even more powerful than templates. As a result, they greatly simplify the page creation process.

Linchpin Suite 1.2: Customization, flexibility, and optimized mobile use for Confluence-based intranets

Over the past several months, our teams have been developing the Confluence-based social intranet suite Linchpin. However, this development cycle hasn’t only focused on individual marketplace apps: we’re continuing to develop Linchpin Suite, a comprehensive solution that coordinates all of Linchpin’s wide range of functions. You can check out the brand new version 1.2, which includes several new features and optimizations. Let’s take a closer look at what Linchpin Suite 1.2 has to offer.

Scroll Documents: Professional document management for Confluence

Scroll Documents is Confluence app developed by our friends at K15t which adds modern document management processes to Confluence. With Scroll Documents, you can easily combine extensive, multi-page content into your documents and you can manage them all as individual content units. Shannon Meehan and Anshuman Dash from K15t join me in a webinar to chat about the features, use cases and advantages of using Scroll Documents in Confluence.

Linchpin Mobile at a glance: Modern collaboration with Confluence on the go

With the Linchpin Mobile app, now all employees in your company can use their  intranet, regardless of where they are – at any time, from anywhere. You can read news, search and view content, chat and make posts in intranet groups and more; all from your smartphone, even if your system is behind a firewall. Here’s Linchpin Mobile explained in just 70 seconds!

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.