December 13th, 2011

Edit Like a Pro

We all know that great content draws people's attention and fosters collaboration. Confluence 4.1 gives everyone the power to create rich content, effortlessly.

  • Build richer pages, faster with Autoconvert
  • Enhance documentation with Image Effects
  • Make bulk changes to pages with Find & Replace

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Confluence 4.1

Meet Autoconvert, the latest addition to the family of features that automates your editing experience so that you can get things done faster.

Autoconvert 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.

Pimp Pages with Image Effects

Creating content that looks good has never been this easy. Click an image and choose from a set of professional effects. That's it.

Whether it's screenshots in your release notes or snaps from your company's holiday party, Image Effects makes everyone look like an editing pro.

Find & Replace Text, Quickly

Ever needed to quickly jump to a section of document while editing? What about update a term or phrase that's used multiple times in a page? Now you can with Find and Replace.

Familiar and easy, it's quicker than ever to make bulk changes to your user documentation, policies and procedures, and any other documents that you collaboratively create and update in Confluence

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Even More Improvements

There's plenty more to see in Confluence 4.1:

  • New keyboard shortcuts
  • Set a Global PDF Stylesheet
  • Follow your Network on the Dashboard
  • View and filter attached files in a Space and more...

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