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Welcome to the Community! Confluence has a default limit of 100MB.
To configure the maximum file size that can be uploaded:
I hope this helps but if you have any other questions just ask away 😃
Hi @John_Shore welcome to the Atlassian Community!
Confluence allows you to attach most file types, but you cannot attach a folder of files (including folders created by applications like Keynote - you'll need to export your presentation to zip or other format).
Although just about any file type can be attached to a page, not all file types can be displayed on or embedded in a page. See Display Files and Images to find out more.
The maximum file size you can upload to Confluence is set by your system administrator. By default it's 100mb, but your administrator may have increased or reduced this limit.
2. Yes, 100MB by default but can be customized from site settings. Please refer Configuring Attachment Size | Confluence Data Center and Server 8.0 | Atlassian Documentation
3. Yes, depends on your license. Please refer Solved: File size limitation for storage in Confluence (atlassian.com)