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If your team uses Atlassian Confluence for internal documentation and Microsoft GitHub, read on to find out how you can document release notes on Confluence and embed GitHub information.
Imagine you got to document what improvements and bug fixes your team worked on over the last sprint or milestone.
Your template could look like this.
Title: Alberta got snow last month, and they need to repair the snow-growing machines.
Owner: Move Work Forward / Rlsly.com
How we built it?
We used GitHub links for Confluence by Move Work Forward to integrate GitHub and Confluence to embed into Confluence GitHub issues, pull requests, milestones, releases, files and many more things to make your release notes better.
Now - go and build with GitHub and Confluence integration.
P.S. Check out Rlsly.com to learn about products using their release notes.