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The Atlassian Community enables us like no other platform to discuss with you, discover new features and ask or answer new questions. We would like to thank you for the many inspirations and comments and list here the Actonic articles that have the most views.
The community article that has received the most views from you so far is: Using labels in Jira
In this article, we’ll tell you what to do if you have already created some labels in Jira, but don’t know how to display these in your projects.
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Let’s take a look at the latest articles published last year. Among them, you liked this article the most:
Improve your consulting skills using storytelling (atlassian.com)
This was a post about our webinar Improve your consulting skills using storytelling – Best tips to convince and inspire your audience. We explained the science behind the fascination with stories, and provided helpful tips to improve consulting to not only convince clients, but to inspire them.
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Evergreens in our Knowledge Base
Last bot not least, we set up a Knowledge Base last year, talking about topics like Agile, Jira, and Confluence.
The article with the most views was: Confluence: add a subpage
We showcase how to create a subpage in Confluence in 5 easy steps.
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