Tag Archives: creative commons

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.

Five to 50 things that employees can do for an agile organization

The dynamics of the modern-day business world mean that even large corporations cannot shy away from the changes that need to be made in organizational structures to keep up. Here we look at what organizations and employees can do to make their companies and corporations more agile and robust to the complexity and dynamics of today’s markets.

Five important things that change for leaders in an agile company

The process of transitioning into a modern agile company has come with occasional growing pains. We had to take many of our traditional ways of thinking and throw them out of the window. Several of our classic methods and tools ended up being mothballed. Power had to be redistributed. See how Martin explains his approach as a leader in an agile company in this keynote presentation at Audi AG in Ingolstadt.

Social Intranet with Linchpin: News module for Onboarding and Assistant

The user experience in a Linchpin intranet only really comes into its own when employees fill out as much of their profile as possible.Here we look at two Linchpin features that promote – Linchpin Onboarding and Linchpin Assistant – and see how news subscriptions can contribute to this kind of engagement.

Switching from Google Inbox to Gmail – Comparison of features and tips

After releasing Inbox in May 2015, the free supplement to Google’s primary email service, Gmail, was taken offline in April 2019. Luckily, many of the popular features found in Inbox have been integrated into Gmail, so users can still enjoy the increased productivity promoted by many of Inbox’s helpful functions. In this article, we’ll consider several Inbox features and look at how we can recreate them in Gmail.

Comparing Office 365 and G Suite – Microsoft Excel vs. Google Sheets

When comparing different software options, it is essential to look past simplistic feature overviews and consider the gray areas in between. To help our customers decide which solution suits them best, we have created a video comparison where we take a detailed look at the features offered by Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets and show the features in use.

Sandman in the cloud: Temporarily shut down non-critical systems

Previously, all of our systems ran around the clock – both critical production systems and small, special test systems that are rarely actually used. And for the latter, we talked about this in the hackathon: Can’t we automatically switch them off at night and on weekends? This is how the Sandman was born, the system which puts our non-essential systems to sleep regularly.

The Macro Manager for Confluence: Deactivate individual macros – quickly and easily

While the macro browser is an essential and useful element of Confluence, the multitude of macros available there can prove overwhelming for its users. The Macro Manager now allows administrators to deactivate macros that are no longer relevant for their users without affecting those macros that have already been installed. And the development team already has some ideas for where it could go next.

Build that wall! – Flextime, home office and really “clocking out”

Modern-day working offers many options when it comes to where and how employees work. While flextime and home office certainly have their advantages, they can also present several challenges for employees. Here one of our remote employees at //SEIBERT/MEDIA shares some experiences and tips.