Citations/references in Confluence similar to Citavi/EndNote/Zotero

Dear all,

I am compiling a report for my company, that includes an extensive literature review and I want to cite sources of information.

Ideally, I would like to use DOI, ISSN, ISBN, PMID or various citation formats line BibTex or RIS.

Is there a way to do this within Confluence?

Thank you in advance,



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Natively, it's a bit of a faff, but you can do quite a lot with user macros.

However, I'd also look at the add-ons Content Formatting (for footnotes) and the Cite add-on.

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