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Which Wiki Markup macro can I use to insert a file

I've uploaded a file on my Confluence instance, but I did not import it on the page.

Which Confluence wiki markup tag can I use to insert it as a clickable image like this?


I've tried something like [!my-personal-image.png!|tree-analysis.ods], but this did not work (and I don't want to give a personal image, I want the one which is generated, as for the above image).

Thanks for your help.

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Hi @Etienne Monier ,

welcome to the Atlassian community!

Please take a look to the following how-to guide

For a link to attchament in the same page please use :

[Confluence Wiki Markup^attachment.ext]

For a link to another page within the same space use :


For a link to another page in the different  space use :



Hope this helps,


Ok, I've got the link. But I don't want a text link, but a link with an image as shown in the question.

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