Category Archives: Atlassian

A blank Atlassian confluence nav bar

By | February 3, 2018

If you have logged in and seen a blue navigational bar in Confluence and wondered where did the options to create pages go then you are not the only one. The navigational bar should look like this: One reason is when your license has expired, you still have the ability to log in a view… Read More »

Generating keys for Bitbucket

By | October 18, 2017

If you are getting this error from Bitbucket: Permission denied (publickey). fatal: Could not read from remote repository. It means that bitbucket doesn’t have your public key. You need to generate one if you don’t have it or upload it. To generate one follow these instructions here. Next, you want to add this to your… Read More »

JIRA 7.3 is out!

By | January 14, 2017

The new year has just begun and Atlassian has kicked it off with a new release of 7.3! Check out this blog here from Atlassian on the latest version 7.3 to kick of 2017! Here is a link to the release notes dated 3 January 2017.

Confluence find and replace versus ctrl + F

By | September 12, 2016

I must admit I’ve never used the Confluence find and replace feature. It’s that little magnifying glass icon in the editor you may have seen that magically shows extra options. I’ve always preferred to use the Ctrl + F option which is the find option in the browser to find search for keywords. However, as… Read More »

Meeting Matt Doar

By | August 17, 2016

On my visit to San Francisco, I had the privilege of meeting Matt Doar who is well regarded in the Atlassian circle. I remember many times when Googling for specific problems on JIRA or Confluence, Matt Doar’s name would constantly appear so having the opportunity to meet him, chief toolsmith, author and Atlassian JIRA extraordinaire,… Read More »