Confluence ist ein gemeinsamer Arbeitsbereich zum Erstellen und Verwalten all deiner Arbeit. Im Gegensatz zu Dokumenten- und File-Sharing-Tools ist Confluence offen und kooperativ und hilft deinem Team und deinem Unternehmen, die beste Zusammenarbeit zu erzielen. Von technischen Teams und Projektmanagement bis hin zu Marketing, HR und Finanzen - je mehr Menschen in einer Organisation diese nutzen, desto mehr Nutzen haben die Teams.
Confluence erleichtert das Organisieren und Finden der benötigten Informationen. Gruppiere zusammengehörige Seiten in einem speziellen Bereich für deine Arbeit, dein Team oder funktionsübergreifende Projekte. Abhängig von den Berechtigungen kann ein Platz in Confluence nur für dich oder das gesamte Unternehmen zugänglich gemacht werden. Page-Trees, die eine hierarchische Liste von Seiten innerhalb eines Bereichs erstellen, markieren Themen auf den übergeordneten Seiten und helfen, die Arbeit sauber zu halten.
Musst du etwas finden? Führe eine schnelle Suche nach irgendeiner jemals erstellten Seite durch. Du kannst sogar einen Kommentar finden, der auf einer Seite gepostet wurde. Selbst nachdem jemand deine Firma verlassen hat, kannst du immer noch nach der Arbeit suchen, die die Person gemacht hat, sodass das Wissen nie verloren geht.
Fast jede erdenkliche Art von Projekt begann als einfache Seite in Confluence, von der Planung einer Büroparty bis hin zur Mission der NASA zum Mars. Ganz gleich, ob du Besprechungsnotizen erfasst, Produktanforderungen dokumentierst oder eine Designüberprüfung einleiten möchtest, Confluence ist eine flexible Plattform für die gesamte Arbeit deines Teams.
Passe Confluence an deinen spezifischen Arbeitsstil an, um einen vertrauten Ort für dein Team zu schaffen. Der offene Arbeitsbereich von Confluence unterstützt Teams bei der Erstellung, Überprüfung, Überarbeitung und Fertigstellung von Plänen, sodass die Arbeit weiter voranschreitet.
Kein Wunder, dass Confluence nahtlos mit Atlassian-Tools funktioniert. Seine Seiten bieten eine großartige Kulisse für Jira Software Tickets oder Trello Karten und Boards. Das Einfügen von Jira-Tickets auf deinen Confluence-Seiten ist so einfach wie Copy/Past oder du kannst neue Tickets direkt von deiner Seite erstellen, indem du mit der rechten Maustaste auf den hervorgehobenen Text klickst. Wenn du in Trello arbeitest, kannst du direkt auf den Confluence-Seiten Aktualisierungen für deine Karten vornehmen.
Neben nahtlosen Atlassian-Integrationen stehen im Atlassian Marketplace Hunderte von Apps für Confluence zur Verfügung. Ganz gleich, ob du deiner Seite Tabellen hinzufügen, Diagramme einfügen, Design-Prototypen präsentieren oder andere beliebte Apps wie Google Drive oder Salesforce integrieren möchtest, mit den Marketplace-Apps kannst du deinen Seiten mehr Power verleihen.
We are using Confluence as our internal documentation storage system. It allows us to easily create documentation and share it among our various teams while controlling access to the teams. It is better than a document storage system for this purpose, as it allows us to create the documents on the fly, cutting a step out of the process and making documents easier to manage. We host it on site, so it is more secure than a solution like Google Docs as it's not on the web.
We use Confluence on a daily basis to document various aspects of our organization. There is a large variety of built-in templates for a variety of sorts of documents. We heavily utilize the how-to articles to record procedures. Although it does link with other Altassian products, like Jira, we don't use that functionality currently as we run Confluence on-site and Jira in the cloud. The upgrade to version 6 greatly increased the usefulness of the product, as it brought in concurrent editing, ala Google Docs, which was functionality we needed when developing procedures for an event as a group. The search and indexing capabilities make it easy to find a document if its location is not obvious.
Search and indexing can lose usefulness in the event you have many similar documents, like say a checklist that is executed often. I would like a function to be able to click a check box to "ignore results like this." The initial setup of Confluence was not completely straightforward, however, we were installing on an older version, version 5. (The upgrade to version 6 went much smoother.) I would prefer an omnibus install package if it doesn't currently have that rather than having to install PostgreSQL and the application. The LDAP integration could have been a little bit smoother than it was, although it is in line with the other Atlassian products I have integrated.
My coworker and I use confluence extensively to document all of the work that we perform. As IT staff many issues that we come across will be repeated ad-infinitum. As such to simply be able to look up the fix from any location with internet access increases efficiency many times over. The notification ability helps all users to see what has been changed, when, and by whom providing an excellent level of accountability.
It is extremely easy to create a large number of documents, it is possible to reference other documents within them to facilitate ease of research, and documents can all be put into sub-folders to contain them within separate trees to aid with organisation.
The mobile app is extremely useful for reading documentation whilst on the go - an example would be that we keep Video Conference details on one page that I have favorited, as such when I set up a VC from any location I am able to rapidly find the correct details to dial.
The search functionality allows for extremely quick location of relevant documents. On many occasions I have not been able to find what I need looking through the lists, only to immediately find it on the first search. Indeed I no longer look through the list as the search is so efficient.
When changes are made to documents it is possible to set it up to notify other members of the team so that they are able to see what has been done.
The only minor issue I have discovered with confluence is that when creating new documents setting the location is not as smooth as I would like.
Specifically I need to begin creating the document, then select "Move" and finally put it into the desired place. This does not really cause issues as it is still a quick process, however a one click setup would be appreciated.
Overall I would recommend using Confluence, but would caution people on how they rollout the new platform to their company. Ensuring that the expectations are communicated clearly for how the platform will be used, by whom and the frequency, are very helpful things to communicate when preparing your team to switch.
The interactive features of Confluence serves as the best feature and function of this platform! Our organization is relatively small (20-30 employees) and is a Foundation that interacts with other nonprofits in the area. As a result we had many touch points in the community through various teams and often time what we were doing would get lost. In an effort to improve our internal communication our organization adopted Confluence as a means of servicing our company. We used the blog feature heavily which proved to be the best method of communication internally and cut down on the amount of emails adding to the clutter in our inboxes. It also allowed discussions to happen seamlessly and served as a point of reference for folks to easily access when needed.
It wasn't always very user friendly. Our organization consists of a variety of ages, so the way that people have engaged with technology is also varied. There are times that adding spaces or pages have proved to be a challenge for those who don't consider themselves as "technologically savvy". There was a bit of a learning curve for me in learning to how to use the software, but the customer support team was helpful in walking me through difficulties. The mobile function also wasn't the best depending on how users have different spaces setup.
As with other Atlassien products Confluence is just a charm to use. It is a great Wiki and it continues to be the gift that keeps on giving the more atlassian products you combine with it. I would absolutely chose Confluence again in the past and in the future. If you manage it smart (by setting up well conceptualized wiki spaces and making people patreons of certain areas in order to avoid cluttering) I could not imagine any solution better suited to Knowledge management and business documentation than Confluence.
We use Confluence for serval years now, together with Jira (Ticket Management) and Bamboo (Build Server). It has proven its value time and again for us and provided us with clear, easy to navigate and edit business documentation for almost all areas of business. The Editor is esy to use, there are Plugins for all imaginable use cases (for example specific PDF exports) and a great FAQ and very helpful community. The Editor for content is fantastically in terms of ease of use and results to be generated. Also all Articles are stored versioned, so you can easyly go back a version, or check what has been changed in case you have to get back up to speed on a topic you left checking a while ago. You can follow authors, topics or wiki Spaces so Confluence keeps you in the loop about what is happening. In case you work on confidential material the user access management is just a dream to use, simple, powerful and without any ruged edges. Additional Features are added and when they are they are well thought through and perfectly conceptualized. I never have found a feature which did not deliver what it promised and more. Some are not for me but the ones that were introduced and sounded interesting generally were. This is THE tool for anyone who wants to document all kinds ok business knowledge from simple things like HowTo or FAQ Article to complex branches of deccsion documentations connected to development progress (by Jira ticket integration).
Confluence has a lot of great features. The main Issue with Wiki Systems often is they work great in teh beginning and later become bogged down with badly maintained content or just forgotten structures. The search for the wiki still is not perfect. It has improved and is fine to use but I have seen better. There are also not a lot of features that support administrators in decluttering a large or huge Wiki and sometimes we had issues for complex, nested user rights. Also as always the case when you have an ecosystem of plugins, you have to make sure anything is compatible with a new version before you update, especially if it is a third party extension. Don't get me wrong, there is not much to complain here, you have to really look hard in order to find anything bad about Confluence.
I absolutely love the product. It is awesome. When your con list is made up of feature requests, you know the product is intensely used and you are looking for "more" or adjusting how things are done to help enable you to do your task, plus add functionality that would provide value for the product. This product is a 10 of 10 if you are using it right.
The widgets. I love the team calendars, the roadmap functionality for time lines, decision tracking and criteria, tasks/action items and the ease of defining them, status bars, and the flexibility for meeting notes, how to articles, blogs, file lists, product requirements, retrospectives, task reports, and troubleshooting articles from one source. It has really improved our interaction with customers for projects and documentation.
From time to time I see issues with editing pages. It does not make the bold or color changes to changes even though the toolbar indicates it is made, it does not display correctly. I also see this display issue with tasks, where the tool bar indicates a task is inserted, but it is not displaying correctly. And also see this issue with bullets. It will display no bullet, or even worse, it displays additional bullets that I don't want.
I would also love to be able to sync widgets between pages (ie a status bar on one page to a parent of that page for a summary. And also be able to sync components/pieces of a page between two Confluence instances. For an example of the use case, we have a time line that we maintain on an internal instance, and I want to sync parts of that timeline to an external instance that we share with customers. This would allow me to have internal only deliverables mapped, but provide a customer facing doc without maintaining two versions
Weiter unter folgen häufig gestellte Fragen über Atlassian Confluence.
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Bitium, CA Flowdock, Creately, Gliffy, JIRA Software, Jira Service Desk, K3, Lucidchart, SharePoint, iorad
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Häufig gestellte Fragen, Forum, Wissensdatenbank, Online-Support, Telefon-Support, Video-Anleitungen