Confluence 2.0 contains over 200 improvements including the industry’s most comprehensive round-trip WYSIWYG editor, a highly requested labelling capability and much more.


Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) November 17, 2005 — Atlassian Software Systems today announced the availability of the latest release of Confluence, the enterprise wiki. Confluence 2.0 is now the most widely used commercial wiki for knowledge sharing with over 700 customers worldwide. This new release introduces over 200 improvements including the industry’s most comprehensive round-trip WYSIWYG editor, a highly requested labelling capability and much more.
“Confluence 2.0 continues our commitment to deliver a truly professional-grade wiki for today’s most demanding organisations. These users require enterprise-grade security, unlimited spaces, and deep searching”, explained Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes. “Our enterprise customers like the ability to integrate Confluence with their existing systems, and use the plug-in and macro frameworks for extensive customisation.” These flexible and practical capabilities allow companies to use Confluence for all forms of knowledge management, collaboration and file sharing.
Based on the direct input from over one hundred customers, the new WYSIWYG editor makes Confluence more appealing to both business and technical users alike. The highly requested labelling feature and the ability to flag pages and spaces as ‘Favourites’ also further Confluence’s ability to structure and retrieve information in a fast, flexible and pragmatic way. These qualities have made Confluence the choice of organizations such as Boeing, BMW, Citigroup, Cisco, Deutsche Bank, GE, MIT, Pixar, and Stanford University.
The release of Confluence 2.0 also brings the ability to export pages as Microsoft Word documents, an improved search interface, support for embedded Macromedia Flash and common video formats files, a dynamic RSS builder, interactive charting and over 200 other highly demanded improvements.
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About Confluence
Confluence is the enterprise wiki. Confluence is a pragmatic, practical knowledge management solution that combines the simplicity of a wiki with the powerful features enterprises demand. Fine grained security, detailed content versioning, email integration, blogging, deep searching, agile document management and legendary technical support all come together to make Confluence the wiki of choice for over 700 organisations around the globe. By allowing anyone in the enterprise to easily create, update, search and secure their own content, Confluence is rapidly becoming the collaboration solution of modern business teams.
Confluence 2.0 is available via Atlassian’s web site. Confluence’s fair and upfront licensing policy includes free upgrades and support for twelve months. Confluence is a web-based application that runs on any platform and supports most major databases. Existing customers who wish to upgrade, or new users who wish to perform a free, fully-functional 30-day evaluation can download Confluence from the Atlassian website.
About Atlassian Software Systems
Atlassian Software Systems is an innovative Australian software company providing enterprise software solutions to the world’s leading organisations. Recently recognised as Australia’s fastest-growing software company by BRW magazine, Atlassian has over 3000 customers in 55 countries, and has offices in Sydney and San Francisco. Atlassian’s mission is to build a different kind of software company – one that listens to client needs, values innovation in development and solves customer problems with brilliant simplicity. Atlassian’s commitment to legendary service provides consistent, high quality support for all their customers.
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