Confluence Server for Beginners has been completely revised and updated. To better help you focus on the content you want, we have separated different subjects into multiple videos, with the end result being an increase in the number of videos while keeping the total length of the course the same. We have also updated our slide template and demonstration approach, and updated our screenshots and demonstrations to Confluence 6.11.
We have completely rebuilt Jira Server for Beginners to match the new version of Jira's user interface. We also shortened the individual videos, so while the course is still less than an hour, there are 17 videos instead of 6. This helps you focus on just the information that is relevant to you and revisit topics more easily.
After splitting the Working with Jira and Confluence course into two separate courses a couple of weeks ago, we decided that we needed to add an introductory chapter to this course. We have also added a new page to chapter 3, "Designing Reports Using Confluence." This page follows the instructions on linking Jira and Confluence and gives you some ideas about how to use data from Jira in Confluence to create beautiful reports.
Training videos for Jira Server for Power Users | 25-5-2018
We published our Jira and Confluence power user training in December with just text because we wanted to get it to you all without delay. Now, we are publishing the videos. We have also added a bit of new content here and there, recorded demonstrations, and updated where necessary.
Splitting Working with Jira and Confluence into two courses | 25-5-2018
We have some exciting features coming to Learn in the near future to help you select an Atlassian learning path and build a focused course list. To facilitate that and to better fit this course to its audience, we have split Working with Jira and Confluence into two courses:
Jira Server for Power Users
Confluence Server for Power Users
Confluence Server for Power Users is still under development and the videos aren't all done yet. They will be published over the next two weeks when each is ready, and we'll be adding an introductory chapter to the course as well. We have a few more topics that we want to add to this course, and those will go into the backlog.
In the meantime, we have created the course and you can find it in your library now.
Rewrite of Working with ScriptRunner for Jira | 13-4-2018
Working with ScriptRunner for Jira was the first course we wrote for Adaptavist Learn in 2017. Jira has changed a lot since then, and version 7.6 broke most of the labs included in the original iteration of the course. And beyond the changes in Jira and ScriptRunner, our team has also improved how we develop courses.
To address this, we have completely rewritten this course. We have also renamed it Getting Started with ScriptRunner for Jira Server to communicate its focus and objectives better, and the labs are now a downloadable PDF.
This course still requires no Groovy knowledge, but it does assume some familiarity with Jira Administration. If you have never worked with ScriptRunner for Jira Server before, then this is the course for you.