Is there a workaround to directly upload files in Confluence for Users?

We have a lot of documents, which users want to add to our knowledge base. At the moment, users have first create a page, than upload the document and assign labels.

Is there a way to improve this and make it simple and fast for users?

For example to upload a file without creating a blog-post and page in the first step. That users can upload the file and assign labels and afterwards automaticly the page is geneareted. Page titel is file name.

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Confluence Command Line Interface allows automation to do this kind of thing.

Thanks Bob for your fast answer. But I'm looking for a solution for normal users.

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