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How to show content from Sharepoint to Confluence

A D I'm New Here Aug 23, 2022

Dear Community,

In my company we have Sharepoint and Confluence ( both in servers) . I am trying to find a way on how to show the contents of a sharepoint folder (f.x a word file) within confluence.
I just want to show and not edit the file. If the file gets updated in the source (sharepoint) then confluence will get updated as well.

I found some different solutions that provide communication between the two platforms
Marketplace Apps
but they are a bit expensive plus I do not want all the features they provide.

Are there any other more simple and less expensive solution to use ?

Is there anyone who have used the iframe macro together with sharepoint and has some insights ? 





1 answer

Hi @A D 

In case you want to improve the search in Confluence for your users, "iFinder Confluence Search" can also cover your Sharepoint use case.

  • This enterprise search technology not only provides a highly improved search in Confluence. It can connect to other data sources & applications such as SharePoint, File Share, M365, and many more (additional costs).
  • With one search query you get precise results from all connected data sources.
  • Changes to the content are immediately taken into account dynamically.
  • The included "iFinder Search Macro" can display a predefined list of results directly on a Confluence page. E.g. files/content from one or more SharePoint areas.


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