Get the most out of Confluence: Brikit Theme Press

Get the most out of Confluence: Brikit Theme Press

Using Confluence? Learn how to boost user adoption across your organization.

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We’ve written before about the benefits of using Atlassian Confluence as your organisation’s knowledge base (see Confluence: Collaboration for the Enterprise for a quick catch up).

Collaboration is a staple of the productive workplace, and it’s at the foundation of the Atlassian tool set.

With fewer emails, fewer meetings and better communication – just a few of the perks of using Confluence – it seems the obvious choice for companies looking to build an internal wiki. Here at Clearvision we not only recommend Confluence to our clients – we use it ourselves, which makes us one of around 40,000 companies benefiting from the Atlassian tool suite.

But what about those who have never used Confluence before? Atlassian’s reputation as a software development giant might make Confluence intimidating to those outside of the dev team, and it’s certainly no big secret that teams can be resistant to change, which can compromise the efficiency of any tool or process.

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The proof is in the graph! Sometimes you need a boost to encourage user adoption and really get the most out of your tools.

Enter Brikit Theme Press

Brikit is known for its “innovative approach to e-collaboration and user adoption.”

What does this have to do with Confluence?

Brikit products are used by Atlassian and Atlassian customers in nearly 60 countries, and one of their most popular products is the Confluence add-on Theme Press.

 

 

Theme Press flattens out Confluence’s oftentimes steep learning curve thanks to a number of features.

Block editing

  • Break complex pages into smaller, easily editable chunks
  • Edit just the relevant section rather than an entire Confluence page
  • Clear user visibility – see exactly where to contribute.

Non-intrusive, highly-designed UI

  • Make your Confluence brand compliant
  • Smart UI – an intuitive, familiar interface breeds familiarity with tools
  • Future-proof design, even if Atlassian makes major UI changes in future versions
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Theme Press’ examples show the extent to which Confluence can be customised and branded.

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A future proof solution

One of the best things about using the Atlassian tool set is getting access to the Atlassian Marketplace, home to thousands of add-ons all designed to enhance your user experience.

Of course, this means that the options can get overwhelming. Where do you start?

Brikit Theme Press is Atlassian verified and supported, ready to be integrated with JIRA, and is Data Center compatible, so scalable for the enterprise. Brikit has an impressive implementation and user-base across Global 500 and fast-growing organizations like Barclays, booking.com, Pixar, Siemens, Sony, and more.

While other theming options are available on the Atlassian Marketplace, none offer the same level of customisation, and may pose a risk to your upgrade path. Brikit’s 4 out of 4 stars track record and endless customisation possibilities make it the standout choice for branding your Confluence.


Interested in seeing what Brikit can do for your Confluence?

Clearvision works with Brikit to help organisations unlock the full potential of Confluence. We also offer a range of Confluence training courses – so once you have it branded just the way you like, you can be sure your teams are up to date with Confluence best practice.

Download Brikit Theme Press from Atlassian Marketplace today or get in touch to find out how Clearvision can help.

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