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I'm brand new to Atlassian,
I'm looking for a documentation tool.
can someone show me wich is the best product ?
Hi @Renato Pontefice
You should check out "Confluence" for managing your documentation.
Can you sudgest me something in particular?
I mean which product of confluence
Hi @Renato Pontefice : Confluence itself is a product. Checkout the following link for complete details: https://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence
You should opt for Confluence Cloud if you do not want to manage the installation and hosting part. You can opt for server version if you can manage the installation and hosting.
Hi Renato - Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
Confluence would be a great choice for you, especially with all of the built-in integration with Jira.
As already mentioned, Atlassian Confluence is the documentation/collaboration tool which fits your needs (ACL rules and export function).
Official documentation from Atlassian:
- Permissions: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/permissions-and-restrictions-139557.html
- Export function: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/export-content-to-word-pdf-html-and-xml-139475.html
You can test Confluence for free on your local machine before buying it. Have fun evaluating it.
Hi @Renato Pontefice!
Welcome to the Community!
I agree with what everyone else has said. You might want to check out the Confluence collection on the community.
Also, don't hesitate to ask any other questions. Everyone here is very friendly and ready to help!
Hi @Renato Pontefice , Welcome to the Community! If you go for Confluence (which I also recommend), remember that there is a whole section in the Community for Confluence questions and comments. Good luck!
@Renato Pontefice Welcome, welcome! 😄
Hi @Renato Pontefice
Welcome to the Atlassian Community!~
Welcome to the Atlassian Community!
@Renato Pontefice Greetings from Washington DC and welcome to the Community. Let us know if we can help you in any way. Have you had a chance to try Confluence as the others have mentioned? Thoughts? Please let us know your experience.