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I'm new on this community site, thought I would ask if anyone utilizes the note taking app "Obsidian", it's gaining a lot of popularity.
Just wondering if there is a plug-in or something that interactive with the app and Confluence.
I mainly use OneNote for documentation and when I'm writing a draft for a document but if there is a more logical 'flow' then I'll do that, anything for QoL :)
Noting that Confluence supports Markdown, once could make their initial rough draft in Obsidian then copy pasta that in Confluence. Otherwise, you could start in Confluence then do an export and place that inside Obsidian. Additionally, you could use one of the web clippers for Obsidian to allow you to copy what you make in Confluence to Obsidian.
Generally, my employers pay for confluence, and I like to keep my own personal notes of topics so that they are portable with me so Obsidian makes a lot of sense in that space.