Confluence: Getting Started

Confluence is Atlassian’s widely used team collaboration and knowledge sharing tool. It's grown far beyond its wiki origins and offers a wealth of features. This course will get you ready to create content and leverage Confluence's capabilities!
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(37)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Mar 4, 2020
Duration
2h 14m
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Description
Course info
Rating
(37)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Mar 4, 2020
Duration
2h 14m
Description

Confluence is a high-powered wiki-based tool used by companies and teams to share information, document products and processes, and even aid with customer support. In this course, Confluence: Getting Started, you'll learn to get up to speed and ready to use Confluence on a daily basis on your own projects and with your own teams. First, you’ll learn about core Confluence concepts and terminology and how to find your way around even a crowded Confluence instance. Then, you'll practice how to create your own spaces and pages to organize and present content and how to manage files attached to pages. Finally, you'll be able to use the powerful Confluence editor along with many macros that enhance content, and effectively search a Confluence instance and help other users find your content. By the end of this course, you’ll be ready to dive into Confluence with your own teams and projects.

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About the author

Jim Weaver is a software developer and mentor with a love for small teams, light-weight processes, and close interaction with customers.

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Course Overview
[Autogenerated] Hi, I'm Jim Weaver for pleural site, and I'm a software developer who spent a lot of time helping product teams and enterprises with their supporting tools. Confluence. Is it last Ian's knowledge sharing and collaboration tool? It's used throughout the world by companies and teams to support many types of initiatives, even though at its core, it's a wiki. It has years of features layered on top of that core, all useful but also requiring some time to learn. You have lots of options and confluence for both. Presenting an organizing information this course will get you up to speed on the primary concepts and features of confluence so that you can be productive with the tool immediately will cover confluence content and life cycle concepts, finding your way around the application creating spaces, and Paige is making use of file attachments and leveraging the powerful macros. Confluence provides to render rich interactive content. We'll also learn how to quickly find content in a large confluence sight, including the use of labels and space categories. By the end of this course, you will be able to use confluence on a daily basis and create an organized rich content for your team's using this tool. So please come join me for confluence getting started