October 14, 2020 - 12:00 PM
October 14, 2020 - 1:00 PM
Wiki Wiki What? Create Powerful Technical Documentation in Confluence
Wednesday 14 October 2020 – 12 Noon EDT (GMT-4)
Writing documentation within an agile team is tricky, and using a wiki for content authoring can become a total mess. Luckily, documentation written in a wiki can be a powerhouse rather than a house fire. As with any other tool and process for creating documentation as a team, there’s a right way to do it and some wrong ways you can easily avoid.
In this webinar Matt explores how proven tech writing techniques like content reuse, conditional content, versioning, translation, and publishing can be done collaboratively in Confluence wiki.In addition he’ll also talk about interacting with multiple stakeholders, both inside and outside your team, in an agile way to expedite your documentation creation and delivery.
Takeaways include the following:
- Learn how to avoid documentation silos by collaborating with your team in Confluence wiki
- Explore methods for proven tech writing methods like content reuse, conditional content, and single-source publishing
- Understand how to create documentation quickly in an agile environment
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