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Three New Comalatech Apps Approved for Confluence Data CenterREAD MORE
The newest version of Comala Workflows, 6.2, includes a brand-new feature called "Parameters in Transitions" that allows people to make configuration changes to their workflow as they transition from state to state.
Adaptavist is hosting a free half-day event in Montréal exploring how cutting edge technology drives video game development. This is not just an event for people in the gaming sector, it's for anyone who wants to learn how to leverage Atlassian tools and Marketplace apps to improve collaboration.
As of May 1st 2019, Comalatech has increased the prices for the server versions of two of our Confluence apps, Comala Workflows and Comala Publishing.
Written by Mike Rink, with special assistance from RefinedWiki's Genevieve Blanch
At the end of 2015 we joined our friends in the Atlassian Ecosystem in committing to a new corporate giving initiative - Pledge 1%. Since then we've been joined by hundreds of tech companies who have all agreed to donate 1% of either their yearly profits, equity, product, or employee time to not-for-profit causes. We're pleased to announce that once again Comalatech has kept our Pledge 1% promise in 2018.
Comalatech is very excited to announce the release of Comala Approvals (for Confluence Cloud and Server), and Comala Workflows Lite for server. The two new apps join Comala Workflows, and Comala Workflows Lite (cloud) as a part Comalatech's review and approval "family" of apps.
It's one of the most common questions we get asked, "can Confluence documents be archived with Comala Workflows?". In the past we've suggested a workaround, but a new integration between Workflows and cPrime's Power ScriptsTM for Confluence has made automated archiving a reality.
With thousands of users choosing Comala Workflows to manage their reviews and approvals it's only natural that developers would like to make use of that workflows activity in their own projects. Comalatech provide a REST API that gives developers access to a variety of workflows data that can be used inside and outside of Confluence.