Got it - so it looks like there may be a mix of docs that are just relevant to your team and some that are relevant to your customers/employees (whoever your users are)?
If you have docs that are being written to be consumed by those outside your team then I'd create a space specifically for those docs. For example, we have a Workplace Technology space that is purely for the whole company to refer to if they have questions about process, systems, software, etc. In that space, we have setup the page tree hierarchy to be parent page for the topic and then child pages underneath that go into detail on the subtopics:
For the documentation that's more to be consumed by you and your team on specs, processes, etc. you can really set it up the same way, but I'd do it in a separate IT team space. In this space is where you keep all documentation relevant to your team's schedule, workflows, processes, etc.
The page tree organization can work the same way with Processes, Tech specs, etc. as parent pages and underneath you have your different processes and specs.
OR your parent page can be related to what the process is for. For example, if you work more project based, maybe you have a parent page that is:
Does that help answer your question? Let me know if I'm not understanding correctly!
I'm poking around and am having a hard time knowing where to start.
(Trick) Think of Confluence as a weird kind of file cabinet on steroids. (Trick) Start with some little bit of work you are doing that would be useful to record, retrieve, share and track. Put that in Confluence. (Trick) Start poking at some features. When one looks useful, try it with something you are doing.
This is the approach you and Kesha are taking above. So, do that, then wash, rinse, repeat. (Trick) As you get smarter about using the tools, touch up the stuff you did before. Confluence is a great tool to support ways of working that you are refining over time.
(Trick) I like to keep two backlog lists:
FWIW, this comment is the beginning of an article with a couple examples -- thanks for the inspiration -- that I wrote direclty in Confluence. I have recently started using Confluence as a CRM, and to curate my correspondence, comments, and posts. Wash, rinse, repeat, as I said.
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