Are you and your teams stuck in a rut, creating pages and pages of documentation that are visually unappealing and unable to reflect your company branding? You can use Aura in Confluence to make the functional beautiful!
Jira helps in team planning and project work by offering scalable development for Agile teams. On the other hand, Confluence is a powerful collaboration solution that transforms project management, team decision-making, and content management by offering a simple, effective, and single-space interface. Together they create a powerful synergy for your teams!
Find out how you can create visually appealing and engaging content on Confluence with the easy-to-use and intuitive Aura macros. Highlight the content that matters. Provide intuitive navigation & enhance readability. Learn why Aura is going to be your new, favorite macro in Confluence.
Corporate news is a cornerstone of the Linchpin Intranet Suite. It allows users to stay up to date, and it’s …
Teams are increasingly using Confluence Blueprints as templates in order to set up documentation quickly and consistently. These blueprints simplify the processes of both creating and filling out documents with page structures tailor made for their respective use cases. With Blueprint Creator for Confluence you can quickly create blueprints with little effort, even if you don’t have any prior programming experience. The administrator has an intuitive editor which allows you to create advanced templates for blog entries, pages, and even entire sections.
As a provider of Linchpin intranet suite, we are always excited to see how Linchpin is used in practice. We pay special attention to what specific requirements a solution should meet and how our customers implement such projects. Our colleagues at Beecom in Switzerland carried out such a project. They collaborated with cyber security specialists InfoGuard, using Linchpin as the intranet communication platform connecting locations in Bern and Zug.
3 tips to get you started so you can create a learning platform in Confluence using Blueprint Creator
The past ten weeks have flown by, and yet another development period for the Linchpin Intranet Suite has come to an end. The brand-new 3.1 version of the Confluence-based social intranet solution is now available and focuses on user profiles. Here we will take a closer look at the new features and improvements made in this new version.
Last Thursday, March 19, 2020, we here at //SEIBERT/MEDIA were planning on holding our Atlassian Enterprise Club Day an in-person event in Wiesbaden, but the unexpected coronavirus pandemic has thrown us a curveball that we needed to adjust to. Rather than canceling the event, we converted it to a remote event. We live-streamed the event via our YouTube channel. After our live AEC show, several participants asked us about the technology that we used. We wanted to give everyone a more detailed look behind the scenes here in this article.
Templates simplify content creation for many Confluence users. You can use templates in a wide variety of ways – from taking your meeting notes and documenting your process to structural standardization; for example with customer projects. Blueprint Creator for Confluence gives you the perfect tools for effectively and efficiently implementing these as well as other use cases with the help of templates. It’s simple: You don’t need any prior knowledge of programming in order to create blueprints for pages and areas.