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Using the Confluence SharePoint Connector, you can display Confluence pages, blog posts and page/blog trees on your SharePoint pages.

Quick guide to adding Confluence content on SharePoint pages

  • Go to a web part page in SharePoint and edit the page.
  • Click 'Add a Web Part' in the zone where you want to put your Confluence web part.
  • Scroll down to find the Confluence web parts:
    • Select the 'Confluence Page' web part if you want to embed a single Confluence page.
    • Select the 'Confluence Pages Tree View' web part if you want to embed a hierarchical tree of pages from a Confluence space.
  • The web part is now part of your SharePoint page. Click the web part's dropdown menu and select 'Modify Shared Web Part' or 'Edit Web Part'.
  • The web part editor appears. Select the required space, and the page if relevant.
  • Click 'OK'.

The following pages give more details on the procedure above:

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