Confluence has been and will continue to be one of the leaders for software documentation and knowledge bases. The extensibility of Confluence is evident because more and more business teams are starting to use it for their various processes and documentation.
Have you ever seen such beautiful Confluence pages? (click to enlarge) All that must be complicated and time-consuming, right? Wrong! …
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.
Confluence is the perfect solution for your knowledge management and documenting tasks. Teams and companies also need knowledge management and documentation, and that’s why these are the main use cases for Atlassian’s collaboration software and wiki platform. Alternatively, there are several other interesting scenarios where Confluence can also be used sensibly and profitably, including HR processes such as onboarding and training new employees.
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.