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This is possible for cloud, though I don't think so for server or DC
However if you save to Google Drive or One Drive then you can collaboratively edit there.
Yep - thats a general feature of Google Docs and I believe files on OneDrive as well.
Collaborative editing requires an external server where the data is rendered. While we guarantee the highest security standards for that server, Confluence Data Center and Server act behind the firewall and therefore can't connect to an external server. Regarding Rob's comment, you can collaborate on your diagrams by exporting/sharing them and then collaborate in our open source service. After collaborating on the diagram, you can export it again and import it to Confluence Data Center / Server. But please keep in mind that this might get into conflict with corporate compliance rules, as your drawing has to be (at least temporarily) stored on an external server to work on it.