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Add simple interactive formula

Is it possible to add a simple interactive formula to a confluence page? Let's say the formula is "[A] + [B] = <result>", where A and B are input fields where the viewer can change the values and the result is updated automatically.

Nearly a no-brainer when scripted directly in the webpage, but I only found spreadsheets that can be inserted. These are not formatted beautifully and are a bit over the top for my purpose.



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Hi Alex


Maybe you want to have a look at our addon JavaScript Button for Confluence 

See Chapter Field Support at

Regards Benno

Thank you Benno,

surely an interesting addon, but I'm working on a cloud-hosted company space, and our IT surely is not easy on bying new apps. :-)

Though I might consider it for my private spaces.



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Marc Koppelaar
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Nov 21, 2023

Hi @Sorg_ Alexander 

Welcome to the community.

No you can't have simple interactive formula.

As Confluence is a wiki application and not a Spreadsheet application.

I'm not trying to offend you, but I see lots of these questions. If any tool could do everything we want why are there different tools?

A tool serves a purpose, just as a car does or any other specific job or action that needs to be done or executed.

Hello Marc,

No offense taken. I just saw that there are a lot of useful plugins, f.x. spreadsheet embedding, already available, and from my experience with e.g. WordPress I know that there's so much possible. It's perfectly OK that Confluence doesn't do this out-of-the-box, it might have just been that I couldn't find the best solution, if there's one. :-)

Thanks for your time!

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