Confluence is a collaboration software developed by Atlassian.
No need for emails and meetings because this great tool will give your team one place to share, find, and collaborate on information you need to work on. With this software, you can discuss ideas, define requirements, report on projects, run retrospectives and publish documents.
One of the advantages of Confluence is it lets you work in one place. This way, you can capture the knowledge that’s too often lost in email inboxes. But with shared network drives in Confluence, it’s easy to find, use, and update information.
You can also organize your information by giving every team, project, or department its own space with its own permissions and theme. With a flexible page hierarchy, you can be sure to keep information organized.
Get work done without delay. With Confluence, you can create anything with a rich content editor in your web browser. Complete your meeting notes, product requirements, file lists, or project plans in a timely manner.
Do engage everyone in your team by encouraging discussion, collecting feedback, and tapping into your team’s collective knowledge. It’s easy to work together regardless of your location.
Add Confluence Questions as well to capture, learn from, and retain the collective knowledge of your organization as it grows. Ask questions, get answers, and identify the experts.
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