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Can I tie my Confluence Questions to a Confluence knowledge base or bases?

Can I tie my Confluence Questions to a Confluence knowledge base or bases?

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Diego Zarpelon
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Sep 01, 2014

Hey Elizabeth.

You can make use of Confluence macros to do this. Take a look here

Hope this helps!

Thank you for the suggestion... What we really want to do is when a user asks a question show suggestions from our applicable knowledge space(s). Since many of our users questions are likely to be answered by content in the knowledge areas it makes more sense to use that content rather than creating redundant Q & As. Is it possible to use macros to do something like this? (We are totally new to Confluence and Questions!)

This a great question - the query behind Confluence Questions should be searching Confluence Spaces as well. Thumbs up this idea!

This is exactly what I'm looking for, any progress on it?

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