To help you live through the Confluence page design hardships, we bring you a few tips that will help you overcome them.
Learn how to get more from Figma and Miro integrations for Confluence, now available in Content Viz.
As humans, we are wired to absorb information much more easily through visualization. So, it is not surprising that Confluence pages that contain images, colors, and graphs always tend to be more engaging and attractive.
Since your navigation menu serves as your Confluence map, it’s crucial to structure it well. But beware! It’s far too simple to fall into the trap of believing that it’s best to display everything there.
If you’re feeling lost in your company’s Confluence space, take heart – it’s not you. It’s just that you haven’t been introduced to the Navigation Menu, the newest feature of Caelor’s dynamic and powerful content visualization app – Content Viz.
To help our partners drive their business growth, we neatly wrapped all Caelor apps materials and information in one package called Caelor Partner Portal.
If you think a workplace free of excessive meetings is a modern utopia, cheer up – we got some good news for you! Remote work doesn’t have to mean all-day video calls.
Confluence is a team workspace where knowledge and collaboration meet. No doubt about that. But are you absolutely positive you’ve unlocked its full potential? Let’s run a quick test! How many views did your last blog post on business updates get?
If you’ve used Confluence before, you’re already aware of how simple it is to create attractive pages with compelling content. However, you may have noticed that getting a glance at that great content requires a few extra steps and clicks.
Since Confluence is where most collaboration teams live nowadays, we at Caelor thought – why not make it more welcoming? Wouldn’t it be great if you could present all team members at once at the same place?