Hi all! I plan to switch from Confluence to a writing tool to manage our product documentation. But I still have a lot of readers in Confluence, and I need to somehow integrate Confluence into the writing tool (or whatever to link them) to constantly update the Confluence docs from the writing tool. The writing tool producers do not support any plugins, etc. Did someone do anything like that? Does anyone experience any problem like that and what was your solution? Thanks!
The only option I can think of is to:
Why do you want to write in another tool?
Thank you! I'll try it that way for now..
There are several reasons:
- Track changes and update the docs or its sections with one stroke (like snippets, images)
- Manage versions
- PDF format of Confluence is a disaster! I need smth better to publish in PDF
- Need more formatting features, more like in Word
- Track broken links and fix them all together
There are many reasons why Confluence is not ok for technical writing ) It was fine for a while, but today, I have too many pages, it's simply hard to manage them.
While we don't have a massive amount of pages, we've been using these tools and techniques for a while now. Hope this is helpful.
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