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Before the launch of Confluence's new editor, our organization was maintaining images on S3 server and attaching them to our documents maintained in Confluence. Our development team has done some setup to integrate all this with our product's web application so that our clients can view documentations directly on the web application which is actually maintained in Confluence, only the images were stored on S3 server for rendering purposes.
The new Confluence editor does not support S3 server. This is why, now, we are unable to fetch images/screenshots on our web application, only the content maintained on Confluence is visible. However, we have tried uploading images from Google Drive, but the same result came even when we upload images/screenshots from the local device (computer). Can you help me understand that S3 server support is available or not for image uploading? Or, we are unable to find it or is there any other way to do so.