Why do so many businesses use MS SharePoint as their intranet solution? Why do they give their users a system, that the often times don’t even want because there are far better collaboration tools out there. So it often leads to frustration instead of increased productivity and collaboration in daily business. In this post I am asking the question which corporate policies lead to these decisions.
Microblogging for Confluence is a plugin developed by //SEIBERT/MEDIA for Atlassian’s collaboration system. The tool seamlessly integrates social media functions known from networks like twitter and facebook into the Confluence intranet and allows for quick and simple exchange, more visibility and transparency of ideas, feedback and discussions.
Now you can upload images in the microblogging for Confluence editor via drag and drop or via the upload button. Shortcuts allow you to edit even quicker. Deep links take you to a new page with the whole conversation where you can also reply. Take a look at the video to see the features in action.
Martin Seibert and Erik Klein present the Confluence based intranet solution LINCHPIN by //SEIBERT/MEDIA. It is the central hub of your daily work and allows you personalization, top down communication, news, navigation menu editor, and much more, based on your active directory. Learn more about LINCHPIN in this video.
Why use LINCHPIN to implement a real social intranet? LINCHPIN is the central hub for your employees, featuring top down communication and full personalization, depending on location and language settings. Based on your LDAP, your active directory, the Navigation Menu Editor will customize contents for the user. LINCHPIN offers News, Highlights, Expert Search, Menus, and much more.
The Highlights plugin within the LINCHPIN social intranet allows different corporate news to be published to different user groups, depending on their location, department or other variables. It is based on the Custom User Profile plugin. In this video, Martin Seibert and Eric Klein demonstrate the features of the Highlights plugin.
The Navigation Menu Editor plugin is one of the most visible part of the LINCHPIN social intranet. It offers a user specific navigation, based on the Custom User Profile Plugin. Depending on language, location, department, projects or other criteria, the navigation menu will adjust accordingly. Martin Seibert and Eric Klein give a brief introduction to the Navigation Menu Editor plugin in this video.
Martin Seibert and Eric Klein present the news module within the LINCHPIN suite. The module will cater to your personal needs for information, as it allows you to subscribe to different news channels. Your personalized news will then appear on your dashboard.
As a follow up on last year’s surprise interview, Sherif Mansour, Atlassian Confluence product manager, talks with Martin Seibert about his Summit experience. Martin liked the road map, that Atlassian gave, announcing live editing and in line editing in Confluence in a future release. He also enjoys the integration of JIRA, Bamboo, and Stash with Confluence.
The Confluence plugin Microblogging for Confluence developed by //SEIBERT/MEDIA enhances Atlassians’ social collaboration platform by deeply embedded microblogging functionalities: employees can discuss ideas, get feedback on exciting topics and quickly and easily share current information with others without changing context directly in the Confluence intranet.