Navigation menus are an important requirement for customers who use corporate intranets. However, the standard version of Confluence doesn’t offer many options that give you control over your navigation menus. This is where the Linchpin Navigation Menus app (previously called the Navigation Menu Editor) comes into play. It adds this much-needed functionality to Confluence, and along with the other central components of the Linchpin intranet suite, it extends Confluence to be a complete corporate intranet.
In addition to features such as editorial approvals, scheduled publishing, a wide range of design options and the ability to configure custom news feeds, Linchpin Enterprise News also has a flexible, user-friendly design to ensure creating and consuming news is effective, enjoyable and efficient. Our developers have optimized a variety of features and improved the design for better usability in Linchpin Enterprise News version 2.5.
Being able to broadcast company news to employees is still one of the highest priority requirements that organizations place on an intranet. See how the most recent version of the Enterprise News Bundle app delivers more flexibility and personalization than ever before.
Until now, using an intranet and accessing the content and functions within, has been limited to employees who have their own workstation, or at least are able to use one regularly. You can change this with Linchpin Touch.
The Enterprise News Bundle integrates corporate news into your Confluence system extending it to meet the core corporate intranet requirement. Our development team has now released version 2.1 of this Confluence app, which has some small but useful features for even more flexibility and customization.
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Today, early intranet adopters within companies face challenges convincing leadership to fund intranet development. Due to the digital transformation and, thus, an increased networking of people and information, there is great demand for next-generation internal communication. An intranet with more networking features – a social intranet – can meet this demand.
Corporate communication that gives off the outward image of “corporate culture 2.0,” yet still insists on “company culture 1.0” internally, will inevitably run into contradictions and resistance – and eventually fall apart. Frank Hamm explains why.