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How Do You Embed A Bitbucket Readme File Into Confluence (Not Redirecting Or A Link To It)?


How Do You Embed A Bitbucket Readme File Into Confluence (Not Redirecting Or A Link To It)?

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Jan 20, 2021

Hello @supers98 !

As I understand, you need to integrate Confluence and Bitbucket so you can embed Bitbucket files in a page.

A very similar question has been asked here in our Community some time ago. Here, take a look:

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I find this a surprising response from Atlassian Team, since you surely know there is no actual integration between Confluence and Bitbucket.  

Even though it's currently possible to create an application link between the two, there are no built-in features that take advantage of this.

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I too find this a surprising answer. The accepted answer in the link above literally says to use a third party tool. Basically, Atlassian team member is saying, "here is a third party tool that you have to pay for to integrate the two. Just pretend not to notice that the two tools you want to integrate are owned and written by the same company named Atlassian"

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Dec 20, 2022

Fully agree, whats the point of paying for these tools if they cannot even integrate by default

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