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My team is migrating all documentation, from three other systems, to Confluence.
As there are hundreds of documents needing review, we prioritize them in a list and migrate the highest priorities first.
Currently, I am using a SharePoint form with an inline frame so we can add items to the "needs creation" list.
Additionally, there are many articles that we need which don't exist in any form. These needs are submitted to our team via a SharePoint form and added to a "request" list.
I'm wondering if there is a Confluence plug-in or defined method that others use to manage backlogs for Confluence.
Hey @Benji Kauth - There are a few solutions available in the Marketplace that I recommend checking out. Based on your comment, I believe you're using Confluence Cloud? If so, these might help:
There are lots of other solutions on our Document Management page that might be worth reviewing as well. Marketplace apps include a free 30-day trial, so feel free to try/test them out before rolling out to the rest of your team.