How do I pull markdown from a private Github repository into Confluence?

We have markdown documentation in a private Github repository that we'd like to pull into Confluence. Is there a macro or an integration that can help us achieve that?

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We have a markdown plugin, Markdown Render Macro for Confluence that has built-in Github integration that will let you pull your markdown files from private Github repositories. You can check it out here. It also supports:

  • Loading markdown from a url
  • Writing your own markdown
  • Loading markdown from private Github repositories
  • Loading markdown from private Bitbucket repositories

 

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Vote for this issue to add this feature to Confluence:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFSERVER-54404

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