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Im sorry if these are silly questions, but I am tryng to install HipChat to work with Confluence and having some trouble.
1. How do I show/embed a hipchat room in my Confluence instance? Do I just have to use an Iframe? Or is there a macro?
2. I installed the HipChat Plugin, but so far all I can see is that it allows me to send notifications from confluence to a hipchat room? Is that the full extent of the integration (or did I miss something)?
3. Also for users - does it use the Confleunce User database? Or do I have to seperatly add each one of our users and they create an account in Hipchat, so they then have two seperate accounts - one for Confluence and one for Hipchat and would have to log into both to use them together?
Thanks for any help you can provide.
I am afraid the current integration is quite simple. Installing the HipChat plugin, Conlfuence will add a message in a HipChat room everytime one of the selected events happen.
There is no need to share users, as the message is posted in a room. There is no way to post a message to a particular user of HipChat.
I am not sure how to embed a HipChat room in Confluence. I imagine one option would be to use the html-include macro to include the room in HipChat web interface.
For further integration you could try developing your own plugin and user HipChat's API to produce the desired actions.