Confluence is a powerful tool and we want you to enjoy using it and get the most out of it. The aim of the Confluence 101 series is to introduce new users (and refresh the memories of experienced ones) to the core concepts, show practical examples, and offer tips and tricks to establish the foundation of a successful Confluence experience.

The first article covered how to successfully organize your work, team, and projects into spaces. The second article talked about creating useful pages. The final article (coming May 12th) goes into how to discuss your work, including setting up efficient feedback loops with your team.


Save the date: May 21, 2015 10:00 AM PDT

To conclude your Confluence 101 coursework, join us for some hands-on learning with a 30-minute webinar on starting off right with Confluence.

We’ll cover in detail the three essential elements for summa cum laude distinction in Confluence: organizing your work, creating content, and discussing it with your team.

Look out for:

  • Best practices for organizing your team and projects into spaces
  • Tips and tricks for creating useful pages to work on with your team
  • Fundamentals of discussing and providing feedback on work

Come with your questions! We’ll have plenty of time at the end for Q&A.

Register for the webinar

Stay tuned

Remember: our third Confluence 101 article on discussing work is coming soon. And don’t forget to register for the webinar!


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