Each user in Confluence has a user profile .
Create Personal Space
If you haven't yet set up your personal space, you can get to it by clicking your name at the top of the page and choosing 'Personal Space'.
This tutorial will help you get started with Confluence. It explains how to use the menus, create a space, create a page, add content to a page, use the dashboard, update your user profile, add a comment to a page and create a blog post.
Collaboration Rules of the Road
Rules of the Road are derived from the Open Source Center's "lessons learned" from their blogging experience on a government system.
"Be bold in updating pages..."
The CommonWiki community encourages users to be bold in updating pages. Wikis develop faster when people fix problems, correct grammar, add facts, make sure the language is precise and so on. We expect everyone to be bold: it's okay. How many times have you read something on a website and thought, "Well, that's wrong. Why doesn't somebody fix that?" CommonWiki not only allows you to add, revise, and edit the article — it wants you to do it. It does require some amount of politeness, but it works. You'll see.
If you have used Confluence before, you may be interested in the advanced topics like creating pages and linking, formatting content, searching Confluence content, creating a task list, creating a thumbnail gallery, re-ordering pages, working with RSS, Integrating with JIRA, Creating an index, displaying source code and archiving email.
Propose desired features
CommonWiki is still in beta. We will configure and enhance it in a collaborative manner to meet the needs of our user community. Please visit this forum to record any missing features or functionality you desire, and to comment on or discuss proposals submitted by others.
Confluence 5.0 Issues Log
As we uncover issues with the upgrade, we will list them here.
As we uncover issues with Confluence or the Add-Ons we've installed, we will list them here.
Looking for Help?
The CommonWiki Community Help Desk (Page Under Construction - Needs Updating) is a place where you can review questions others have asked or post your own questions. Be sure to read our Known Issues and Frequently Asked Questions pages before posting a new question.