Atlassian Stories

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How K15t Unblocked Our Migration to Confluence Cloud
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How K15t Unblocked Our Migration to Confluence Cloud

Earlier this year, the Atlassian Partner Scandio decided to split off their product department into a new company called “Lively Apps” (that’s us! 👋). As an Atlassian Solution Partner, Scandio was of course heavily utilizing the Atlassian stack internally, so there were several Atlassian Server systems that we had to

Our Atlassian Data Center Story
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Our Atlassian Data Center Story

Introduction    This is an experience report of how we tested our Confluence apps for the Atlassian Data Center requirements. While we successfully had most of our apps Data Center verified with this procedure, your app might require a different approach. There are many frameworks and procedures for performance/scale testing

Tips for Finding Old Macros in Confluence
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Tips for Finding Old Macros in Confluence

It can happen now and then that macros are removed in Confluence and replaced by a new feature. For example the View PDF Macro that was marked as obsolete with Confluence 5.9. But what to do to find the affected pages? Here PocketQuery for Confluence can help. A very

5 Steps to Integrate Google Analytics in Confluence
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5 Steps to Integrate Google Analytics in Confluence

The KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) of a company are of immense importance for controlling. In most cases, these figures are collected in Excel tables or can be retrieved from multiple sources. In the broadest sense, this means additional work for those responsible, who have to screen these KPIs and

5 Tips for an Effective Applicant Management with Jira
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5 Tips for an Effective Applicant Management with Jira

Choosing a process strategy for your HR-team is not a trivial decision. Why should you change something in your applicant management? The everyday observations below provide some reasons for this: Postal applications have now become obsolete, as many applicants send their documents to the company by e-mail or directly via

5 Tips to Adapt Confluence to Your Team Needs
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5 Tips to Adapt Confluence to Your Team Needs

When did this last happen to you? Your Confluence layout is too boring and therefore you usually lose track of things quickly? You work with your colleagues on a project with multiple tasks and only notice when hitting the save button that the colleague has already completed the task? Especially