Got a quick question. I made a flow chart which represents a workflow comprising several pages in one of my spaces. I made all the tiles of the flowchart hyperlinks. I want to export this flowchart into Confluence to serve as an interactive, visual Table of Contents if you will.
I saved the flowchart as SVG, assuming it would carry over the links. Unfortunately, it did not. When opening in the viewer, there is a disclaimer saying the Viewer doesn't support full SVG functionality.
Is there another way to import the image along with the hyperlinks?
The flowchart was made in Draw.io, but as always, we're looking for means that don't require installing/buying into more plugins.
Any help is much appreciated.
I created the diagram in the desktop version of Draw io. Our instances does not have Draw io for Confluence Cloud as this is a paid plugin, and we concluded that the limited use of the plugin for our department doesn't warrant subscribing.
I simply tried importing the SVG as an image by drag-and-drop.
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