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How to help your users discover content in Confluence through Learndot Pathways

Confluence works as a great repository for your content. It’s easy to create guides and tutorial documents, and when you add new hires to your organization or onboard a new member to your project, it’s simply a matter of pointing them to the related article in Confluence.

But that’s assuming you can find those guides and tutorials in the first place! As your organization’s use of Confluence grows, so does your content. And pretty soon locating the specific guide you want to access becomes a major pain.

With that in mind, we wanted to provide tools for you to get your content seen and used through a macro called Pathways from Learndot Pathways add-on. Your users can easily see what currently available pathways there are in their Confluence.

The easier the ability to see all available pathways, the less friction there is within your organization to communicate and collaborate between your Confluence users, and the easier it is for them to access the specific guide they are looking for without wasting countless hours searching for it.

Screen Shot 2018-06-25 at 3.39.04 PM.pngBy creating a Pathways macro, you are able to list any or all pathways that have been created in your Confluence. You can also customize to sort these pathways by title as well as by Confluence space. The generated list of pathways will also show who is currently enrolled and even allow other users to enroll or even to continue a pathway that they were already enrolled in. If you’re interested in learning more about the Pathways macro, explore this documentation page.



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