Anyone play the game Need for Speed? Remember tearing through exotic city locales on missions to escape the police while driving the best cars in the world? Well the Confluence team has been feeling a need for speed this year, and we want to share it with you. We might not quite give you the keys to a Ferrari or Lamborghini but we do give you the key to the fastest online editing experience going around. So, let’s pop the hood and take a look at some of the features that will let you speed through work, and get the job done, faster – it’s content collaboration at it’s best.
Drag–and–Drop makes it easy to attach and embed images, documents, and multimedia into Confluence pages. You can even bulk upload files – just drag, and drop.
Autocomplete gives you three simple shortcuts to quickly insert links, documents, images, media, and dynamic macros, into Confluence pages.
Autoformatting converts the wiki markup you type into the editor and converts it to rich text, on the fly. Bold, italics, strikethrough, underline, headings, lists, emoticons, tables – it all works. We also took it one step further in the latest release of Confluence, adding support for macros, links, and images.
Autoconvert, the newest addition to the family of automating features, takes the links you paste into the editor – Confluence pages, Jira issues, YouTube videos, Skitch images, Flickr photo streams, Vimeo videos, and Google maps – and transforms them into the rich content you desire, instantly.
What are you waiting for?
Buckle up and take these features for a ride – see for yourself how fast and easy it is to create rich, dynamic content in Confluence. Start a free trial – OnDemand or Download – or get your team up and running for just $10.