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Is it possible to establish a seamless integration between Confluence and GitHub, ensuring that any edits made to documents within Confluence are automatically reflected on GitHub once published?"
Hi @Karthick trying to understand the ask. Are you asking is there a way to commit and push documents published in Confluence to GitHub? Just asking because normally you would want things promoted in your version control system (GitHub) before pushing it anywhere and not the other way around.
Hi @Karthick you can achieve this through scripting. I think you would be better off pushing to github first then triggering off a scripted build job that publishes to Confluence instead of the other way around.