Oh god no
This AI nonsense bubble can't pop soon enough.
Australian collaborationware slinger Atlassian has licensed OpenAI's tech and sprinkled generative AI functionality on its flagship products. The centerpiece of the enterprise software giant's machine-learning push, announced today at its Team '23 conference, is its intention to have AI work as a mercifully unnamed "virtual …
I basically want the following:
1. A "markup" editor for confluence pages, because they clearly contain all kinds of bullshit formatting behind the scenes that can be very difficult to mainpulate the the "what you see is sometimes what you get" editor.
2. The ability to share specific pages within a space with external teams, while leaving pages higher up protected (for example, you don't need access to my whole space, but I can give you access to a specific spec sheet nested in some page structure somewhere).
3. Images with captions
4. A GUI for providing links to page anchors.
There are probably other things, but that's the gist of it. None of those involve machine learning.
Oh that brings back bad memories! Trying to explain to users 'you can't just share ONE page'. Thankfully I'm well away from all that now.
And someone had managed to get some un-editable markup tags at the top of a template that caused the PDF exporter to produce a blank page at the start. We only discovered this after about 50 documents had been moved into confluence and they all had to be hand edited.