When you just start using Confluence, most teams run into a ‘Chicken or the Egg?’ problem: You need contributors to create content, but you also need good content to attract contributors. Which comes first? Then as things finally get rolling, you run into a new problem: There’s suddenly too much content and too many contributors that your system quickly becomes unmanageable. This mess can start to repel your team and lessen the value of Confluence when folks can’t find the content they need anymore. You’re faced with less of a ‘Chicken or the Egg’ problem and more of a ‘Too Many Chickens and Eggs’ problem. In this talk, Max Förster from K15t will share three steps you can take to head off this problem before it even starts. Learn how to keep your Confluence content valuable by creating a sensible content structure, educating your team on creating content in the right way, and sharing simple methods to refine and refresh content regularly.