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1. Try manually typing in  and then hit space.
2. If you are creating the page from a template, the following code populates a checkbox:
Hey there! Confirming this: our new Confluence Cloud editor supports markdown, where typing [ and ] followed by a space at the beginning of a line creates a checkbox.
You can get to a list of the markdown shortcuts in-app at https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/keyboard-shortcuts-markdown-and-autocomplete if you’d like.
Did you ever find a solution for this? (checkbox to allow users to check as they follow a process) If so, how does it work in terms of whether the user can somehow save their progress and come back later to pick up where they left off & being able to see what was already checked?
@Emil Marshall Were you able to find a workaround? I am trying to achieve something similar wherein a user can save their progress and come back to resume it from where they had left. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
I clicked on the 'Action Item' button on top of the page and it worked! This applies to those who are looking to let anybody tick the box as they work on the pages.
@Aaron Williams websearch "checkbox", then copy and paste the symbol from the search results.
or if you want it interactive use the HTML injection by "/h" to get the HTML macro dialog box, for "data source" select "HTML embed code", then for the code type:
<input type="checkbox">check this!