I don't see 'upload add-on' link on the 'manage add-ons' page.
I'm using confluence for wiki pages; it's hosted on atlassian. I'm trying to have the capability to publicly share my wiki pages. It looks like I need to buy, install the comala share it plugin.
I downloaded the plugin's jar but, again, when I go to the 'manage add-ons' page, I don't see the 'upload add-on' link. The page says 'Manage add-ons. You can install, update, enable, and disable add-ons here.'
Note that on the top of the page I see 'You have temporary access to administrative functions. Drop access if you no longer require it. For more information, refer to the documentation.'. I don't understand what this means.
You can't upload addons into Cloud - see https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/Cloud/Restricted+Functions+in+Cloud+Applications
That addon is not on the list of available addons either, so you can't install it on Cloud.
The message about admin rights means what it says - you have admin rights at the moment, and you should click on the message to drop back to normal user rights when you've finished with admin tasks.
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