Example sitemap for scrum team space?

As we transition our teams to Confluence, could you please share an example or suggested sitemap for a space?

For example, should we have the following top level pages:

  1. team information (with subpages for vacation schedules, photos, etc.)
  2. scrum artifacts (with subpages for things like retros, sprint commitments, charter, mission statement, etc.,)
  3. links to web application (perhaps subpages to different versions, environments, account information, etc.)
  4. releases information (with subpages for each release)
  5. Documentation (perhaps with subpages for installation, support, administration, etc.)
  6. etc…

Management understands that the teams will modify/expand the space to suit their needs, but the thinking was to provide a starting direction which is consistent across the teams.

 

thanks,

-markus

 

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Hi Markus,

You could take a look in our documentation where you can notice its organization regarding all existing content:

 

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