How to embed a page or blog from Confluence into SharePoint Online

The (for now) final section of this blog series will cover another top feature of our app SharePoint Connector for Confluence: displaying content (blogs, single blog post or of course pages) from Confluence in SharePoint Online! So why would one have the need to embed for that at all? We'll find out soon!

Customers often tell us that SharePoint´s real strength is working with (Office) documents while Confluence offers the superior wiki. This often leads to a situation where the gap in the integration of the two systems forms some sort of digital divide. But – to say it with the words of Apple Inc. – there’s an app for that! Now let’s have a look how that would handle in real life.

CSIO WebPart

When editing a SharePoint page and working with content a WebPart called “Confluence Content” can be used to display information from the remote system. Adding that to a page lets the user choose between a Confluence page, a blog or a single blog post to embed. Depending on the selected type a dialogue will guide the user to identify the content that is relevant in that case. And of course, copy and pasting of URLs is providing a valid shortcut to the selection process. The animation below shows how that could feel like:

CSIOnline Webpart

To get started with SharePoint Connector for Confluence visit the Atlassian Marketplace. Our docs provide comprehensive support for all things related to the configuration. If you need any further help please feel free to contact our support team!

SharePoint Connector is now available for all hosting options: Confluence Cloud, Data Center and Server, as well as SharePoint Online and on Premises.

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Hello Team,

We from State Street Corporation are looking for Confluence to SharePoint integration and came across that your plugin will support our requirement.

We would like to understand, Once the confluence page is published on SharePoint, A Non licensed confluence user also can see the content that is published? or the content will be visible/accessed on SharePoint only for the Licensed confluence users.


Hi Nishanth,
thanks for your comment! The answer to your question is depending on a number of variables. Those should be able to be clarified via the support case we’re having already. If any questions remain, please simply reply to the support case and you’ll get an answer in no time.
Cheers, David
Head of Products

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