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hi all, i'm an archivist revving up on some documentation and confluence is the platform of choice here. excited to tuck in!



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Hello! I am just starting with Confluence and the other Atlassian products. Confluence seems like a great place to write some documentation. I'm using it for some stuff related to scripts I'm working with, and I like how accessible it is from where I'm working in Jira and Bitbucket when I need to reference something.

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Aug 04, 2022

Hi @marian the librarian - I just posted some information about how I use Confluence in another post by @Alexis Evans. I have been using Confluence for a while now and here is how I use it:

  • Confluence for Sprint Review meetings.  Create a page where the team creates the agenda for the Sprint Review meeting and links to Jira tickets, Confluence pages and other documentation of the work they completed in the sprint.  We also put the link to the Zoom meeting recording in the page for folks that may have missed Sprint Review.
  • Confluence for Backlog Refinement.  Our Product Owner would create pages for backlog refinement where we could do some asynchronous and synchronous refinement.  She could assign tasks, ask questions, and get feedback on the page.  Then in our Backlog Refinement meeting, we could review using the page and make notes.  Confluence allowed us to view the items being refined in ways that are not possible in Jira.
  • Confluence for release notes.  As a part of transparently radiating information, we set up a Jira macro in a confluence page that pulls in a custom text field (called release notes) for each sprint.  The team fills out the field in the Jira ticket and the note automagically appears on the sprint's release notes page.  Having a field in Jira reduces the amount of work and context switching for the team since they can stay in Jira.  Having the field appear in Confluence makes it easier for our stakeholders to consume the information.
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