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.
Some people love checklists, some people don’t. But it’s clear that when you need a certain number of things to be done the same way by lots of different people, it can help to write them down. Especially if the reputation of your company depends on it. Read in this article how our new app can help you do this.
Users and customers want high-quality software that helps them to achieve their goals effectively and efficiently. It should run “smoothly,” and as “fast” and “bug-free” as possible. However, these obvious yet very general requirements are quite subjective and do not give a development team much to work with. It has to be more concrete, more specific. So, what does quality mean when it comes to software development? We will shed some light on that here.
Confluence is hugely valuable and once you have started using it it’s hard to imagine going back to a time before Confluence. However, the more actively it is used, the more often teams will request specialized functions. We’ve listed our top ten apps that help teams and organizations work together more efficiently and effectively.