Achieving company-wide harmonisation and synchronisation of alignment so that all teams are working towards the same goals and pulling in the same direction is not a trivial task. In fact, it is more difficult today than ever before. The number of applications, the volume of information and the complexity we encounter every day are constantly increasing and creating barriers to team productivity.
Tag Archives: Confluence
Bye-bye, Wait Times: 6 Reasons Why You Should Use Timeslots for Events in Linchpin Intranet Suite
Do you like standing in queues? No? Neither do we. For some types of corporate events – e.g. photos for the employee directory or pizza day in the canteen – it makes sense to divide the event into several time slots to avoid annoying waiting times. This is now very easy in Linchpin – thanks to the event time slots! Decide for yourself how many time slots you want to divide your event into, how many minutes a time slot consists of and how many of your colleagues are allowed to register per slot.
Spacecraft: The New Way to Theme your Public Confluence Spaces
When you’re using Confluence for documentation, or as a public knowledge base, the default look and feel of a Confluence space can… well, look a bit stale. Using Atlassian’s new Embedded Pages for Confluence API, we created Spacecraft, a new user experience around public Confluence pages.
Document Bugs in Confluence During Software Development
Software development comes with bugs. But what if you’re not using a bug-tracking tool like Jira? Well, if you are using Confluence, there’s an easy way to set it up so that you don’t even need another tool: with Properties!
An Unexpected Journey – The draw.io Adventure Begins! (draw.io Adventures in Diagramming, Part 1)
RPG fans and those who want to become one, watch out: Here we go! The unexpected journey of four disparate heroines and heroes starts in the offices of a company somewhere in the USA… Dive into the world of role-playing games, follow a team of four normal people (at least in the beginning) and get suggestions and tips from the draw.io team about diagrams, whiteboards and the best “Lord of the Rings” meme ever!
An Unexpected Journey: Taking Teamwork with Diagrams (and draw.io) to a Magical Level!
Do you know the movie “The Gamers” or are you familiar with “Pen & Paper” or “Role Playing”? If yes, this article is just right for you! If not, this article is also for you – because the draw.io team takes you on a journey into the world of adventure, magic, fantasy and heroines! In this new series of blog articles, you’ll have the chance to take part in quests alongside some atypical characters and learn about new finesses of diagramming.
Manage your Confluence Data Center Instance Wisely with Guardrails
Last year, Andrzej Kotas, Product Manager for Jira Data Center, announced product-based documentation and strategic recommendations designed to educate and help you avoid reaching a tipping point where your instance might start to experience performance impacts. In today’s blog, we discuss these so-called “Guardrails” for Confluence Data Center.
Properties for Confluence – a Lifesaver in Asset Management and Business Organisation
When you talk about running a business, people usually think about talking with exciting clients or creating new ideas and products, but often the more tedious part of running a business is forgotten: asset management. To make this tedious task (much) easier, Properties allows you to keep an automatically-updated overview of all your assets, so you have more time for those clients or coming up with the next must-have product!
Integrating Confluence into Jira Service Management: How ITSM Teams Efficiently Handle Service Desk Requests
With the Confluence integration for Jira Service Management, not only will you save a lot of time when handling your service desk requests – your customers will also get direct access to the self-help assistance you provide.
“To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.” – Happy Inventors Day!
Today is Inventors Day in the USA, and as an “inventor” of lots of Confluence and Jira apps, we thought we’d share a bit of information about this holiday and some of our better and less well-known apps, even some that didn’t make it onto the Atlassian Marketplace.