Our organization spent a fair amount of time last year introducing users to, and driving usage of, Questions for Confluence.
The last update was in September 2016, and since that time there have been developments that raise questions about the future of Questions, but have also come without any context (that I've seen, at least) from Atlassian. Those developments are:
Can someone with knowledge comment about what these changes mean for Questions for Confluence?
Hi Joe, my name is Caroline and I’m a product manager for Confluence.
I would firstly like to reassure you that the future of Questions for Confluence isn’t in doubt, and that our plans are to continue to support and develop the product.
I take your point that it has been a while since the last update of the product – we have been undertaking some technical improvements with the product, which have unfortunately resulted in feature updates taking a back seat for a while. We hope to refocus on features again in the coming months.
I’d like to address the developments that you raised in your comment:
Hopefully that helps to clarifies things, but please feel free to email me directly (cbartle @ atlassian.com) if you would like to provide feedback or request features for Questions.
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