I just wanted to put this out there.
Our company uses Jira, so I've been trying to get Confluence into our org as well. But twice I hit minor missing functionality that prevented that from happening.
1. We use Quip instead of confluence. Quip has the advantages of
While that might not sound like a deal maker, Confluence editing goes something more like this (especially if you don't know the shortcut):
I simply wasn't allowed to introduce such a productivity killer into our environment.
How to easily fix this:
I understand that click to edit is not really compatible with the design of confluence, but therefore edit initiation should look like this.
I mean, why do we need to load the page from the top, and why is the edit button always a hassle to reach? Should I create a graphic demo to show you how this flow should work?
Editing is literally the most important feature in Confluence. Why make it so difficult to do?
2. So I still wanted Confluence and got another opportunity to push for Confluence when we needed a Q&A platform (Questions for Confluence VS Stack Overflow for Teams):
No Confluence again for my company I guess :(
Confluence, any chance you can help me out here a little, can ya? As your dedicated fan, I'm trying as hard as possible but feel like you keep putting sticks in my wheels so I can't reach you..
Thanks for taking the time to read
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