I'm trying to get my engineering department to adopt Confluence for internal documentation (we already use JIRA). I want to start out small (just my team first) to show it's potential--I've used Confluence a bunch in the past. But, my boss keeps dodging the conversation. So now I'm going to start sending him little bits maybe once to twice a week until he talks to me about it. Here's what I have to start with:
* Did you know that getting out of Confluence is as easy as getting into it? You can export a space, or your entire instance in a number of customizable formats.
* Did you know that there are some great, out-of-the-box templates for managing Sprint retrospectives and decisions?
* Did you know that Confluence allows you to easily connect JIRA issues to pages, and when you do so it creates a backlink from the actual issue? Imagine being one-click away from the spec when you're looking at a ticket.
Anyone have anymore?
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