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The Confluence channel enables you to publish release notes to Confluence in a single click.
Before you can publish content to Confluence, you will need to authenticate.
- 1.Click the Authenticate button.Released will ask for permission to view and update content in Confluence on your behalf.
- 2.Select the Confluence site to which you want to publish in the Authorize for site dropdown.
- 3.Click Accept.
Follow these steps to set up a Confluence page for publishing:
- 1.Choose a Title: Decide on a title for your page.
- 2.Select a Space: Determine the space where your page will reside.
- 3.Specify a Parent Page: Choose a parent page under which your new page will be nested. If you skip this step, the page will default to the root of the selected space.
- 4.Click Create page
Create a Confluence page to publish your posts
Once your page is successfully created, your channel is now active. Moving forward, you have a couple of options:
- 1.Enable/Disable the channel: If you prefer not to display this channel in the publish dialog, you can deactivate it.
- 2.Modify destination page: You can easily alter the destination page where your posts are directed for publishing.
Confluence destination page.
The use-cases for internal updates are endless, but here are a few to get you started.
- 1.Internal Team Collaboration:
- Scenario: A software development team has just completed a sprint and wants to share the updates, bug fixes, and new features with the entire organization.
- Use Case: By publishing release notes in Confluence, the team ensures that all departments, from marketing to customer support, are aligned and informed about the latest product changes.
- 2.Training and Onboarding:
- Scenario: New employees or teams need to understand the evolution of a product or service.
- Use Case: Confluence release notes serve as a historical record, helping newcomers quickly grasp the product's progression, key updates, and the rationale behind certain decisions.
- 3.Feedback and Iteration:
- Scenario: Product teams want feedback on their releases to make improvements in the next iteration.
- Use Case: By sharing release notes in Confluence, teams can facilitate discussions, gather feedback, and engage with stakeholders in the comments section, leading to more informed future updates.