on Confluence Cloud for choosing a headline style you can use the "'#" inline (or the shortcuts) So typing "# Heading" will for example convert the text to a H1 heading. I also tried the "Insert Markup" option and there it worked with "h1. Heading". Just a minute ago. Could you please try and see what happens when you enter "# Test heading" into the editor? If none of the options above work (except choosing a style from the menu) I suggest opening a support ticket.
It looks like there was an unannounced change from Markup to Markdown for the editor autoformatting. I just spent hours looking into this only to find the easy to miss blue notice about the change here (Cloud version):
The page was last edited on June 5, 2018. I don't know if that is around the time the change was made. I last tried using hN. autoformatting many months ago and it worked.
It appears that Control/Cmd + Shift + D editor pane is required to enter Wiki Markup now. And I found no Settings option to toggle between the syntaxes in the main editor. In fact, the Settings -> Editor option still says Markup for autoformat, not Markdown.
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