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Trying to embed a Smartsheet page into a Confluence page

I go to "Edit", then "+", then "</> Markup", choose "Confluence Wiki" then paste this HTML into the Insert box:

<IFRAME WIDTH=1000 HEIGHT=700 FRAMEBORDER=0 src="https://app.smartsheet.com/reports/Hq37MHRXQ2MMjvP4w7r7rhJrv3qf5HfFWh2fWqM1?view=grid"></IFRAME> 

It shows up in the preview box as HTML while I expected to see the Smartsheet page. If I proceed, it puts the same HTML on the Confluence page. What am I missing?

ConfluenceHTMLembed.jpg

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Trudy Claspill Community Leader Dec 28, 2022

Wiki Markup is not the same as HTML.

You need an app that specifically supports adding HTML.

Here is a link to search the Atlassian Marketplace for some options. You'll need to add your own hosting type to the search criteria to narrow down the compatible choices.

https://marketplace.atlassian.com/search?product=confluence&query=html

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