I recently opened a confluence trial account to create some documentation and too proof the concept of using it to my manager, one of the things I want to do is to be able to add a doxygen or javadoc add-on to be able to upload API documentation. The documentation page (link below) says to go to manage add-ons and select upload but in my instance I do not see am option to upload a file ( see image). I need to be able to try this out to convinve my manager that confluence is the way to go to centralize our documentation. Can you please tell me how can I get access to the upload add-on?






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I'm going to assume that that you don't have system admin privileges. Also, it appears that you are using Confluence Cloud, so be aware that it is rather restricted as to the addons available.

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