This article discusses how your HR department could simplify and streamline their workflows making use of Properties’ new Board visualization. Using Kanban-like functionality, the developers at Junovi have expanded the intuitive features of their Properties app. With the Property Group Visualization macro, you can create either an OrgChart or Board view. We’ll take a look at how specifically the Board view gives you the ease and functionality of a Kanban board.
At Properties, we love the work we do and we deeply appreciate the trust our customers continue to put in us. In honouring this relationship, we wanted to communicate the need to implement a moderate increase in our pricing structure to support the continued, extensive features development of our app.
With the modern-day workforce often being completely remote or a hybrid form of remote and in-office, quality management becomes more difficult. You can’t always pick up the phone or walk to someone’s desk. To be able to see “who did what and when” in Confluence, Properties now lets you view certain changes in the metadata so you don’t have to wait for that colleague from overseas to come online anymore.
Kanban boards are a great tool to help keep your processes streamlined and organized. If you’re using Confluence, you can now add Kanban boards to your wiki pages with the power of the new Properties Board View. Read on to find out more.
The larger the company, the harder it gets to see where you are in the grand scheme of things. The best tool to see this is an org chart. And luckily, Properties’ latest update adds just that.
When you talk about running a business, people usually think about talking with exciting clients or creating new ideas and products, but often the more tedious part of running a business is forgotten: asset management. To make this tedious task (much) easier, Properties allows you to keep an automatically-updated overview of all your assets, so you have more time for those clients or coming up with the next must-have product!
The team behind the Properties app for Confluence have a nice Christmas present for you: an update about some new features they added over the past couple of months.
Since we released Properties for Confluence CLoud, we have been constantly adding new features. So now it is also the time we want to adjust the price to reflect the hard work of our development and support teams. This way we can continue to provide great features for our users and work to further close the gap between Cloud and DC.
When onboarding new employees, they, as well as the colleagues who will be working together with them, need quite a lot of information: what’s their role? Where are they located? Who’s their Lead? How can they be contacted? To make it easier to manage all this information, you can use the Properties macros that are part of Blueprint Creator.
When organizing projects in Confluence Cloud, having to spend a lot of time searching for the content you need is not a good thing. In this article, you’ll find out how the Property macro, a free additional extension of Blueprint Creator, can help bring order to the chaos.