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Page: Breadcrumb demonstration
For more in depth information on breadcrumbs and page hierarchies visit our online documentation at Page families As a child of Creating pages and linking, this page is ideal for demonstrating the concept of breadcrumbs. Breadcrumbs designate a pathway th


Home page: Confluence Overview
This Confluence space is a living example of how to share information with others. You may edit these pages or add to the space whenever you wish. In fact, we encourage you to do so. Please direct any sales related questions to or plea
Page: Creating pages and linking
The documentation below is an abbreviated version of our online documentation for creating pages and links in Confluence. You may also find our online discussion of Page families useful. One of the best aspects of using Confluence is rapid page creation b



Page: Email archiving
Email functionality is discussed in greater detail in the release notes for mail archiving Confluence can archive emails - which is useful for tracking information over a long period of time and referencing emails in documents. This link will show you an
Page: Example Index


Page: Formatting Content
Confluence markup is easy to learn and quick to use. Below you will find a quick overview of markup, but not a comprehensive one. It is enough to get you started. You can also visit our online documentation for Confluence Markup. Confluence pages are writ




Page: Index


Page: Jira integration
Below you will find a brief introduction to Jira. For more information on Atlassian's founding product please see the Jira webpage for more information or, alternatively, learn how to pronounce "Jira" Jira is Atlassian's issue tracking system. Confluence





Page: News
Creating RSS feeds in Confluence is easy. Usage: {rss:url=my_rss_url} Parameter Required Default Description my_rss_url yes none the url to the RSS feed Example: {rss:url=|max=5} Insert





Page: RSS Capabilities
Below you will find a quick introduction to the use of RSS on Confluence. If you wish to find more information then please visit our online introduction to RSS. Alternatively, you can view online documentation regarding [Confluence generated RSS feeds| }


Page: Search Confluence content
The Confluence search engine is based on Lucene. It begins working as soon as you install Confluence and can build search indices on a wide range of document types: blogs, pages, comments, attachments, etc.. Confluence can search content including pages,
Page: Source code
For other macros, besides that of the source code macro discussed below, please visit The Guide to Confluence Macros. The source code macro is a useful way of presenting technical information to a group of users online. It's use is very straightforward. A


Page: Tasklist
More information about the tasklist macro is available at Tasklist macro The tasklist macro comes packaged with Confluence (since version 1.3). It allows you to create lists of tasks which need to be performed and keeps track of who has completed them. Ma
Page: Thumbnail gallery
Images look very effective when included within Confluence. We've provided thumbnail and thumbnail gallery macro functionality. Confluence builds a gallery of thumbnailed images, attached to the page, by use of the gallery macro. . Including single images


Page: Using Spaces
For a more detailed introduction to spaces please refer to our online documentation. Spaces bind Confluence content together beneath a name. They are the containers for pages, blogs, and email. As you've probably guessed by now, everything you've been rea







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