Imagine if humans had to consciously initiate and coordinate every breath. Oxygenation is vital, but fortunately our bodies have automated this process. We breathe reflexively and without our active intervention, and therefore we can fortunately invest our time and energy in other things. In the working world, there are similarly important functions that help keep things going, but no one likes to spend time thinking about them. It would be nice to build your own automated system that manages these important (and boring) processes largely on its own, wouldn’t it? That’s exactly what the new automation features for Confluence do.
All of an organization’s documents, data, and media fall under the umbrella term content. The Linchpin Intranet Suite makes it easy to create, publish and manage content so that it is useful to end-users. In this article, you’ll find how Linchpin helps content creators.
Scroll Documents is Confluence app developed by our friends at K15t which adds modern document management processes to Confluence. With Scroll Documents, you can easily combine extensive, multi-page content into your documents and you can manage them all as individual content units. Shannon Meehan and Anshuman Dash from K15t join me in a webinar to chat about the features, use cases and advantages of using Scroll Documents in Confluence.
Existing intranet and wiki systems in all companies are filled with content. When it comes to launching a new Confluence system or a Confluence-based intranet such as Linchpin, many customers want their existing information to be transferred to the new environment and want a fool-proof and efficient migration strategy.
This is a guest post from Levente Szabo. Growth introduces new kind of inevitable challenges in every business. As an organization grows, the meaning of “business as usual” evolves. Processes and methods change, disrupting everyday life for teams across departments. But scaling up to a software solution like Atlassian Data Center is only half of the battle. Here’s what else you need to consider.
Intranets and the internet are beginning to look a lot …
The idea of a wiki gardener is outstanding. There is hardly a company that is not delighted by this principle. But only a few companys actually transform this concept systematically and successfully. In doing so, it is generally no drama to recruit a gardener internally, and entrust him regularly with appropriate work. All you have to know is what a so called wiki gnome does, and why and who fits to the job profile.