September last year was a major milestone for SubSpace Navigation for Confluence – we rebuilt the add-on from scratch and relaunched it. We’ve been overwhelmed by the amount of (by far mostly positive) feedback by our customers about this release. Thanks a lot for that!
Just recently, the SubSpace Plugin turned 8 years old and the next milestone for our birthday child is following shortly after. And we are not about to slow down improving our products!
What you might have been missing
A few customers mentioned, while being happy about the new design, they are missing one important thing: Macros! Previous versions of the add-on provided a way to include information about your wiki structure within the content (i.e. pages and blog posts). Now for architectural reasons we decided to leave this feature open with SubSpace 3.0.
Enter SubSpace Navigation for Confluence 3.1 – now with all new macros!
The new release which is available now via the Atlassian Marketplace offers a new way to include parts of your navigation menu into your confluence pages.
To see all the details about release 3.1 of SubSpace Navigation for Confluence, take a look at our JIRA-issues.
What’s next for the SubSpace Navigation add-on?
You like the new version? You’ve been looking for another certain feature? Let us know by giving us feedback on the products and help us making it even better.
Raise an issue, write a review in the Atlassian Marketplace or just