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Integration of Confluence with Microsoft Teams

We are currently integrating Microsft Teams into our organization. For years we've been using Confluence for documentation, intranet and as our organizations wiki. With that in mind, we have been trying to create an app to distribute in our organizations Teams environment. It will contain different tabs and we were hoping to show confluence in one of these tabs. However, we've been unsuccessful in doing so. We've easily embedded other websites, so there must be something Confluence is doing, to gum up the works.


My guess is that it has something to do with CORS, but I have yet to find a way to make Confluence accept this behaviour. Have anyone else done something similar, is it even possible without opening up for clickjacking and other types of malicious behaviour? If anyone has any good ideas on how one could go about doing this, it'd be greatly apprechiated.


It looks as though Atlassian has made a connector for the cloud version(which might solve this problem), are there ANY plans to release something like that for the server version any time soon?

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Vero Rivas Community Leader Jan 06, 2021

Hi @nbic 

  This add-on is for both server and cloud, it can still serve you


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Thanks for your suggestion and I have seen this add-on. As it's not an official Atlassian product, we would like to avoid using it if we can.



You cannot embed Confluence in a tab (Server and Cloud), we have tried many times and talked to Atlassian also.


The way to build a read-only tab is to export content as html and present it here. However, this brings a few problems:

- authentication and permissioning

- not interactive page (you cannot search and uses macros)

- the page doesn't look and feel the same as Confluence


The above way is done by SoftServe/Atlassian.


P.S. We are the develop of the above referenced Microsoft Teams Confluence Connector. Thanks @Vero Rivas 



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