What can I use Confluence for?

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Writing, Sharing and Communicating

  • Share work in progress - either within a research cluster or more generally;
  • Jointly write documents, proposals, applications etc.;
  • Contact and communicate with other NEER participants;
  • Make notes and keep to-do lists;
  • Share news and ideas;
  • Store, share and comment on team and group documents;
  • Store, comment on, and refer to image files;
  • Jointly develop bibliographies, reading lists, and resource lists.

Finding Out about Other NEER Participants

  • Browse the Personal Spaces of NEER participants;
  • Search for NEER participants with particular interests (use the 'Search' box in the top right-hand corner, and then change 'Location' to: Personal Spaces)
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  1. Nov 16, 2006

    Toby, can we have a link to the Personal Spaces of NEER participants on the dashboard so that people know how to get to someone straight away? Anne

  2. Nov 17, 2006

    Done!

  3. Dec 10, 2006

    Toby, Can images be uploaded to Confluence? I'm thnking, for example, of something like the images I'll be using for my Manuscript Conference paper. Anne

  4. Dec 11, 2006

    Anne,

    You can upload images as attachments to any page; see: How do I add an attachment?

    You can then insert and display images in a page; see: How do I display an image in a page?

    Toby

  5. Jun 21, 2007

    Can we use Confluence to store a database? Jacqueline

  6. Jun 21, 2007

    Hi Toby and Anne,

     I've just been to the workshop with Ela. She has done a great job of explaining to the ignorant and fearful! Confluence promises to be great, but it's a bit complex and will take quite a bit of getting used to. I suggest that we have some sort of Confluence HELP access, where we can ask the silly questions we don't know the answer to. Also, perhaps it would be a good idea to have a follow-up workshop where we can recap and add to our nascent skills.

    We should also specially thank Karen Haines of WASP: she was most welcoming and was almost begging us to use her copious resources.

    Chris

  7. Jul 05, 2007

    Hi, If my supervisor is not a member of Neer how can they access my work on confluence?