Is there a way to embed a Google Site page into Confluence? Edited


My company has a lot of Google docs content that we are linking to with Confluence macros or migrating over... that part is pretty easy. But I cannot find a way to link Google Sites. 

I was excited to find a Widget Connector (description: Embed YouTube videos, Flickr, Twitter streams, Google Docs and other content from the web) but it does not seem to work for any URL. I also looked at the Iframe wiget but it too wasn't very useful.

We are using the [limited] Confluence Cloud version but if the self-hosted edition will help, that will be another reason to switch over.

BTW, I have looked at:

But converting the Google Site content is not practical. 


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Hi, Shawn,

At this moment, there is no way to embed a Google Site page into Confluence, although there is an open feature request for this functionality at CONFCLOUD-38192
- Create migration utility for Google Sites.

We suggest you add yourself as a watcher there to receive updates on status changes, voting onto increase its popularity.

Thank you Thais.

Sure, I added my name to the watch list but I don't expect to ever see this feature added. 

But I guess I am impressed to see any communication from an Atlassian team member. :)

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