How to install custom confluence macro on cloud?

 

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You can only install Connect add-ons in Cloud - if you can write the macro in Connect, then that will do it.

Can the connect add-ons be developed in C#? Or do I need to use only Java? Also, tell me the process of how to do it?

Start at https://developer.atlassian.com/static/connect/docs/latest/index.html - it'll answer those questions for you

Given a 2 year old post against a system that has significant releases every 3-6 weeks, I don't think that's a surprise.  The docs move on.

But the original answer is still right, as is the idea in the doc pointed to - have a look at the Connect Developer docs.

Atlassian Connect seems to do the trick. Proper documentation is found 

https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/confluence/getting-started/

Thanks for posting the updated location instead of taking a few unhelpful paragraphs to be snippy; explaining why it's apparently unreasonable to expect a company who's product is a system to provide high document accessibility to provide their own documents in a highly accessible manner.

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