Hi all -- My company has an internal user guide on Confluence for users of our product that include many stakeholders. The guide information is written by the product owners.
Previously, they would write the information at the end of the release and update or create pages as needed, which was sub-optimal as it created a time crunch. Newest thinking is to go agile and have the information created within the guide during the sprints as the features are completed.
But the internal user guide is live, which means that the newest information is about features not yet released. In some cases, the changes are made to already existing pages.
I looked through the existing macros our company has (and they currently have a moratorium on 3rd party plugins) and was not able to see anything that the company currently has that would help.
Some thoughts I had on this was to:
Any further thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
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