As this is my first blog post on TW World, I’m very happy that it is on such a nice event.
Some of you might know K15t Software, the Company I’m working at. At K15t Software we strongly believe in the idea of wiki-based documentation. This means covering the whole documentation development life cycle with a wiki.
On Thursday 08.02. we have officially released our latest add-on for the well known Atlassian enterprise wiki Confluence: Scroll Versions.
What does it do? Scroll Versions adds a whole bunch of features to your Confluence wiki, that are indispensable for technical writers or any other authors of documentation and online help:
- Concurrent Version Management
- Duplicate Page Titles (!!)
- Context Sensitive Help
- Enhanced Content Reuse
- and more
Let me know what you think about it. Does Scroll Versions make the Confluence wiki a more considerable tool for technical writing for you?