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I'm Shrey Luthra from the Confluence Cloud Product Management team. We know many of you use Confluence as the single source of truth inside your organization. But sometimes your team’s knowledge also lives across other applications and you need a way to bring it into Confluence. That’s why we’re working on improving our integrations with third party tools that we all use and love. Today, I'm happy to share that we've lunched a new integration between Microsoft OneDrive for Business and Confluence Cloud (beta).
All your files in one place
With the new Microsoft OneDrive integration, you can embed Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files into your Confluence pages.
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With this integration, each user needs to be logged in to their Microsoft account to view embedded files. Confluence respects all privacy settings in OneDrive.
Try out the new integration
To use the Microsoft OneDrive for Business (Beta) integration, make sure you have the app installed on your instance. You can find it on the Atlassian Marketplace Microsoft OneDrive for Business (Beta) listing.
Once installed, simply paste the Microsoft OneDrive file (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) link in Confluence
OR type /OneDrive
OR go to + (Insert) menu in Confluence editor and click on "View more" to find Microsoft OneDrive for Business
Your Microsoft OneDrive file (Word, PowerPoint, or Excel) will auto-embed in the page.
Note that Microsoft OneDrive for Business (Beta) integration only supports OneDrive for Business accounts. Personal OneDrive accounts won’t work with this integration.
We’d love to hear your feedback on this integration. Please comment below.
Also, if you’re loving the Marketplace app, please review it!
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