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    • 1. 5 Killer Hidden FeaturesFor JIRA and Confluence adminsChristina BangAtlassian 2
    • 2. 6 Killer Hidden FeaturesFor JIRA and Confluence adminsChristina BangAtlassian 2
    • 3. Who am I• and why should you listen to me? • 3 years at Atlassian • ‘Sales Engineer’ means ‘answers technical questions’ • Never say ‘no’ without a ‘but...’ 3
    • 4. Agenda• Code stuff for both• Confluence eye candy examples• JIRA editing trick• Takeaways 4
    • 5. All links and examples atlss.in/admintips
    • 6. Code Stuff 6
    • 7. Tip 1: JavaScript small tweaks • Globally change fields 7
    • 8. Tip 1: JavaScript small tweaks • Confluence: uncheck ‘border’ for image 8
    • 9. Tip 1: JavaScript small tweaks • JIRA: Set ‘time zone’ custom field value 9
    • 10. A note: JavaScript & Speakeasy 10
    • 11. A note: JavaScript & Speakeasy• Those JavaScript examples • Applied at admin level • Global for all users on the instance 10
    • 12. A note: JavaScript & Speakeasy• Those JavaScript examples • Speakeasy Extensions • Applied at admin level • Can be JS, CSS, HTML • Global for all users on the instance • Client-side • Enabled per user, by the user 10
    • 13. JavaScript & Speakeasy• Yesterday: Cory von Wallenstein’s talk ‘Product Management 2.0’ Uses JavaScript for some of his Confluence tricks• This morning: Don Brown’s talk on Speakeasy All talks will be video on summit.atlassian.com 11
    • 14. Tip 2: HTML in banner 12
    • 15. Tip 2: HTML in banner• JIRA & Confluence both have ‘announcement banner’ 12
    • 16. Tip 2: HTML in banner• JIRA & Confluence both have ‘announcement banner’• Anything slick you want users to see • Great for time-sensitive announcements • Atlassian uses this on our own docs for planned downtime 12
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    • 20. Tip 2: HTML in banner• Highlight all kinds of info • Tips and tricks for your users 14
    • 21. 15
    • 22. Tip 2: HTML in banner• Cool trick for testing• Easily save 10 or 15 minutes switching between users 16
    • 23. 17
    • 24. Tip 2: HTML in banner 18
    • 25. Tip 2: HTML in banner 18
    • 26. Tip 2: HTML in banner• Same page login • Beware: passwords in plain text! • Name users as personas 19
    • 27. “ A more powerful admin experience thanks to custom HTML and JavaScript. ” #summit11 20
    • 28. 21
    • 29. Tip 3: Eyes on the good stuff 22
    • 30. Tip 3: Eyes on the good stuff • Content on Dashboard • Site Welcome Message • Dynamic, important content • Using labels! ‘must-read’ label, ‘dashboard’ label, etc 22
    • 31. Tip 3: Eyes on the good stuff 22
    • 32. Tip 3: Eyes on the good stuff 22
    • 33. Tip 3: Eyes on the good stuff ‘Content by label’ macro 22
    • 34. Tip 3: Eyes on the good stuff ‘Content by label’ macro 22
    • 35. Tip 4: Default space content • Default Content for a Space • i.e. all personal spaces with blog posts macro 23
    • 36. Tip 4: Default space content • Default Content for a Space • i.e. all personal spaces with blog posts macro 23
    • 37. Tip 5: Power users spaces 24
    • 38. Tip 5: Power users spaces• Skin a space with CSS 24
    • 39. Tip 5: Power users spaces 24
    • 40. Tip 5: Power users spaces 24
    • 41. Tip 5: Power users spaces 24
    • 42. Tip 5: Power users spaces 24
    • 43. Tip 5: Power users spaces 24
    • 44. “ Use label macros and space content to get eyes on the important content in Confluence ” #summit11 25
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    • 46. Tip 6: Simple edit dialog • Custom Workflow Transition • Don’t have to see full ‘edit’ screen • Dialogs came in 4.2 27
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    • 49. Tip 6: Simple edit dialog• Opens in a dialog • Returns you to original step • Useful when you edit a subset of fields often • No page refresh 29
    • 50. Tip 6: Simple edit dialog If you want to learn more Ken Olofsen, Plan & Track: Instant Updates talk (next!) 30
    • 51. “ Create a custom workflow transition for things that you edit all the time. ” #summit11 31
    • 52. In sum• Use JavaScript and HTML• Lots of ways to get Confluence eyes on the good stuff• Use loop transitions for common, small edits 32
    • 53. In sum • What are ones you know? Let’s share! • Decompression chamber • Twitter: #JIRATips, #ConfluenceTips • Comment on resources page: atlss.in/admintips 33
    • 54. #JIRATips, #ConfluenceTips atlss.in/admintips 35

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