I'd like to track competencies of team members in Confluence.
How would you do this? The trivial approach would be to add every team member as a page where labels would be their competencies. This looks a bit heavy-handed and also I'd like to be able to see a list with all team members and their competencies (to have an overview, not to have to open their page individually, see: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/21633256).
Note that I'm using Confluence Cloud.
Thanks in advance!
We do this. And yes, we have a separate Bio for every engineer and they are all labeled accordingly.
Separate Bios gives us:
The last one requires the Page properties macro on each Bio then the Page properties report macro on a summary page.
We label the Bios with: the primary and secondary general ability (e.g. networking, storage, etc.); the specific skills (e.g. cisco, wireless, emc, sql, etc.); and the area of the country they cover (so we can create lists by region). Some engineers have a dozen labels.
Yes, this took a bit of work, but it was mostly a one-time deal. And yes, all this works on Cloud.
Oh, and management loves it!
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